Washington State Election Bill Will Force All Counties to Install and Maintain Software (Albert Sensors) Likely Opening Up Election Data Rather Than Protecting It | Joe Hoft

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Washington State Election Bill Will Force All Counties to Install and Maintain Software (Albert Sensors) Likely Opening Up Election Data Rather Than Protecting It

The state of Washington’s legislature is pushing a bill that would force all counties in the state to get with the program and install and maintain “Albert Sensors” in the county. 

In April of 2023 we reported that the state of New Mexico was allowing Albert Sensors across the state to gain access to election systems in every county:

[Secretary of State] Toulouse-Oliver has also granted the federal government essentially full access to county election systems through surveillance devices called “Albert Sensors” provided by a private, non-profit called Center for Internet Security (CIS).  Coincidentally, CIS is a main player in the censorship scheme carried out by our own federal government, Democrat non-profits, big tech, and state election officials to silence Americans’ concerns about the 2020 election.

In 2018, an agency under the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) called the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) partnered with CIS to provide “Cybersecurity Services” for state election entities. DHS began to pressure state and local election officials to install Albert Sensors in their networks so they can be monitored 365 days a year by the federal government through CIS. The CIS is in East Greenbush, New York, has 300 employees, and a $51 million annual budget. 

See more below:

EXCLUSIVE: Rather Than Protecting States’ Data Is the Real Purpose of the CIS’s “Albert Censors” to Steal States’ Data to Use in Nefarious Ways During Elections?

A few counties in Washington refused to put their election related information in these Albert Sensors.

In response, the Washington state legislature is pushing a bill that will ultimately require counties in the state to install and maintain Albert Sensors.

Here is a summary of the bill being pushed – note the first bullet.  Albert Sensors are not described but these are the systems that are highly likely being referred to:

Within the bill it states the following:

The state must have all election equipment on the same system to best monitor election results.  The state uses the wording above to get the bill passed but the real goal appears to be to get every county on the Albert Sensors.  Three counties currently are not on these Albert Sensors per our understanding as of today.  This bill will force them to get with the rest of the counties.

With vehicles like Albert Sensors in place America will never have a free, fair and transparent election again. 

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