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If you try hard enough, you can rig anything to do just about anything that you want.

Knowing people that are civil engineers, I have seen them build boats out of some of the weirdest things.  That being said, I have also seen some people do things with computers that would make your head spin.

All perfectly legal things by the way. For example, I have seen people install security systems that they could control from their computers no matter where in the world that they are. That is a perfectly acceptable thing.

Now, when you have voting machines that can be hacked in the time it took for you to read the last sentence, that is when we start having problems.

Witnesses, including a tech expert, outlined extensive evidence of ballot fraud in Georgia during a hearing on voting machine irregularities held by the state’s Senate Subcommittee on Elections.

Jovan Pulitzer, a tech expert investigating connected devices in Fulton County, made a major announcement about his team’s findings during the hearing. According to Pulitzer, at least one polling machine is connected to the internet, where people can easily alter and siphon data, including votes in real time.

“At this very moment at a polling location in the county, not only do we now have access to the devices to the poll pad—the system—but we are in. It’s not supposed to have WiFi, and that’s not supposed to be able to happen,” Pulitzer told state legislators, noting that his team has documented the alleged incident.

“And it shouldn’t happen in any way, but this is another one in real time in an undisclosed location, because every location is being checked. But we’ve now confirmed 100 percent,” the tech expert continued.

Georgia State Sen. Blake Tillery then asked Pulitzer: “We’ve heard that there’s three different types of machines: a scanner, a ballot marking device, and a polling ad. Do you know which one it is communicating?”

“Right now—which we heard in the the past was coming through the thermostat and stuff—this is now a more direct access wave, so this is coming through the polling pad device where they’re checking everything. But now, you know, it only takes one device where you daisy chain them together and do it. The most important thing is that it shouldn’t be doing and even shouldn’t be accessible. And it’s there,” the tech expert answered.

Here is Pulitzer informing the committee of the new information:

This new information comes as President Trump and his team have been calling out Georgia’s Governor, Brian Kemp, and Georgia’s Secretary of State, Brad Raffensperger, for refusing to take action against voter fraud.

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  1. Bama Bill

    Even back in the ’70’s we had to pay for a wired line from the phone company. From Detroit at Ford to our computer system to receive material orders to manufacture from Ford. Yet these “Video Voting Games” known as “Dominion Systems” are “Wide Open”! I’ll guarantee not one professional “Auditor” would ever accept the Dominion system! Any system I designed had to be approved by the “Internal Auditing Dept”. Before any development started.

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