Long-Awaited Halderman Report from Georgia Is Finally Released But Corrupt Raffensperger Says He Won’t Address Issues Identified Until After 2024 | Joe Hoft


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Long-Awaited Halderman Report from Georgia Is Finally Released But Corrupt Raffensperger Says He Won’t Address Issues Identified Until After 2024


The long-awaited Halderman report from Georgia is finally released but corrupt Raffensperger says he won’t address issues identified until after 2024. 

These people are so corrupt.  It’s almost hard to believe how corrupt they are. 

It was reported earlier today that the long-awaited Halderman report out of Georgia has finally been released.   But CNN reports that corrupt Georgia GOP Secretary of State says he won’t address the issues in the report until after the 2024 election.

Georgia election officials have been aware of existing vulnerabilities in the state’s voting software for more than two years but continue to insist the system is safe and won’t be updated until after 2024, according to a report that was unsealed this week as part of a controversial court case in Georgia.

The report’s findings focus on weaknesses in software for certain Dominion Voting machines. Those weaknesses were previously verified by federal cybersecurity officials, who urged election officials across the country to update their systems.

A lawyer for Georgia’s top election official, Republican Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger, recently told a federal court that officials would forgo installing Dominion’s security patches until after the 2024 presidential election. Georgia election officials insist it is highly unlikely that the vulnerabilities will be exploited in real attacks.

“Upgrading the system will be a massive undertaking, and our election officials are evaluating the scope of, and time required for the project,” Mike Hassinger, a spokesperson for the Georgia secretary of state’s office, told CNN when asked about the delay.

Georgia officials have dismissed the potential for these weaknesses to be exploited.

“It’s extremely unlikely that any bad actor would be able to exploit our voting systems in the real world. The system is secure,” Gabriel Sterling, a top election official in the Georgia secretary of state’s office, said in a press release from earlier this month, adding that safeguards are already in place to “mitigate these hypothetical scenarios from happening.”

Dominion Voting Systems last year updated its software in response to the attack scenarios described by the report’s author, a University of Michigan computer scientist named J. Alex Halderman.

But Georgia has not implemented the recommended security patch and state officials said they are waiting to do so until after 2024.

Of course, corrupt Raffensperger can’t do anything without his side-kick Sterling.

The Halderman report was prevented from being released by corrupt Obama Judge Amy Totenberg.  She held onto this report for two years withholding material election information from the public.

Obama Judge Amy Totenberg Sealed Halderman Report Showing Material Voting Machine Issues in Georgia – This Week CISA Released Junk Rebuttal to Report Still Not Released

One year ago, in response to pressure to release the report, the CISA came out it with its report on the Halderman report claiming to address all information in the report while downplaying the seriousness of the issues.

Recent CISA Report Identifies Massive System Vulnerabilities in Dominion Voting Systems Used in Georgia Then Claims There’s No Evidence These Vulnerabilities Were Abused in 2020 – But How Can They Be Trusted?

These issues were so severe that you had to come to the conclusion that the system was created for fraud.

EXCLUSIVE: Are Vulnerabilities in Voting Systems Reported in CISA Report Errors in Design or Intentional?

And now that we know most of what is in the report (there are needless redactions in it), corrupt Secretary of State Raffensperger says he won’t address the issues till after 2024.

(Next comes a review of the report.)

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