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SHUT THEM DOWN: Evidence Released In Arizona, Michigan and South Dakota This Week Proves the Election Systems Are NOT Secure!

This past week new evidence was released in three states, Michigan, Arizona and South Dakota that further confirms that the election systems used in US elections are not secure.  Shut them down!

In Georgia we learned after the 2020 Election that the Dominion election systems used across the state are not secure, that bad actors could hack into them, and that once in the systems, elections can be flipped.

Professor Halderman from Michigan performed an investigation after the 2020 Election of the Dominion machines in the state and his report was hidden from the public for two years.  This cover-up lasted so long that the corrupt government entity, the CISA, released a report on Halderman’s report where the government claimed that the election systems used in Georgia in the 2020 Election had security issues, that bad actors could hack into them, and once in, election results could be switched.

We recently found that the state knew that the election systems used in Georgia were broken but they purchased them for the 2020 election anyways.

Corrupt Georgia Politicians Purchased Voting Machines for 2020 Election Knowing They Violated State Law

We found across the country that these election systems are not safe because they are not secure.  No corporation in America would keep a system in production if it were found to not be secure!

In Arizona this past week, Senators Rogers and Borrelli presented findings in their state that the systems were not secure and that master decryption keys were accessible within the systems that could allow a bad actor to partake in wrong doing.

New evidence shows, since at least 2020, a third party configured its machines w/ PLAIN TEXT master decryption keys in an election database —protected by nothing other than Windows login credentials easily bypassed. With these keys, a malicious actor has total control over electronic voting systems… actually far worse than game-changing magnitude of the Allies’ decipher of Germany’s ENIGMA machine in WWII! Third party laid bare the decryption keys in plain text! It is up to the legislative branch to expose this, and then hand it over to law-enforcement’s county attorney. Renewal of contract is set for April, and this must be known beforehand.

In South Dakota, an IT expert shared with local politicians this past week that the systems used in that state had material systems issues. They are not in compliance with election laws and should not be used.

A Michigan Sheriff released information this past weekend of election systems being manipulated by foreign nationals in Serbia.

Across the nation, election systems are not secure.  US corporations would never allow systems to remain in production with security issues.  These election systems should be removed from the US election process. 

1 thought on “SHUT THEM DOWN: Evidence Released In Arizona, Michigan and South Dakota This Week Proves the Election Systems Are NOT Secure!”

  1. It’s all BLAH … BLAH … BLAH and YADA … YADA … YADA.
    Did I mention BLAH … BLAH … BLAH?
    Joe just raises his middle finger and says … ‘So. What are you going to do about it. HUH?’

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