Prepare for the kraken to be released!
Trump’s legal team is working around the clock to reveal how 2020 was the most corrupt election in American history.
The heart of the voter fraud rests at the Dominion voting machines.
Sidney Powell delivered great insight into the evidence that’s piling up.
Michael Flynn attorney Sidney Powell says she has “staggering” statistical evidence and testimony to show Dominion voting machines altered ballots and this deception stems back to Venezuela, Cuba, and China. She’s says “I’m going to release the Kraken.” pic.twitter.com/50mQdHnOuS
— Daniel Chaitin (@danielchaitin7) November 13, 2020
Lin Wood also made remarks into the rampant voter fraud:
Since I delivered these remarks on November 6, I have seen overwhelming evidence that massive fraud was in the computer voting system in addition to mail ballots.
They will not get away with it.https://t.co/5rbXRC0arm
— Lin Wood (@LLinWood) November 14, 2020
There are reports that Dominion whistleblowers who knew about the rigged system are coming forward:
A whistleblower inside Dominion Voting Systems has come forward. Claims software company changed 3.8 Million votes, stealing election for Biden
— Stonewall Jackson (@1776Stonewall) November 14, 2020
We’ve also seen previous warning signs of Dominion’s mechanisms to delete or change votes:
The concerns over Dominion Voting Systems haven't just come from Republicans.
In December 2019, Democrat Senators Elizabeth Warren, Ron Wyden,
and Amy Klobuchar sent letters expressing their concern with Dominion's propensity to potentially switch the result of a cast ballot. pic.twitter.com/f4oGpxFThB
— Rep. Matt Gaetz (@RepMattGaetz) November 14, 2020
Experts had expressed their concerns about the machine’s ability to change votes BEFORE the election.
Technology expert Jeff Brown explains why he has MAJOR concerns about the security of Dominion voting systems. pic.twitter.com/LCslEJryWB
— Glenn Beck (@glennbeck) November 14, 2020
"We began to look and realized how easy it is to change votes."
Election security expert @RussRamsland has performed many investigations on US election machines.
The most *shocking* thing about this interview is it took place just days BEFORE the election. Watch🔻 pic.twitter.com/53Kcxmne2e
— Kyle Becker (@kylenabecker) November 14, 2020
Even the Associated Press reported their concerns back in February:
Some of the most popular ballot-marking machines, made by industry leaders Election Systems & Software and Dominion Voting Systems, register votes in bar codes that the human eye cannot decipher. That’s a problem, researchers say: Voters could end up with printouts that accurately spell out the names of the candidates they picked, but, because of a hack, the bar codes do not reflect those choices. Because the bar codes are what’s tabulated, voters would never know that their ballots benefited another candidate.
Even on machines that do not use bar codes, voters may not notice if a hack or programming error mangled their choices. A University of Michigan study determined that only 7 percent of participants in a mock election notified poll workers when the names on their printed receipts did not match the candidates they voted for.
Breitbart touched on the vulnerable voting system:
Several counties in both Michigan and Georgia have reported encountering what election officials described as a “glitch” involving their voting machines during the 2020 presidential election.
Dominion Voting Systems election software was implemented in all of Georgia’s counties for the first time this year.
“Georgia’s new electronic voting system is vulnerable to cyberattacks that could undermine public confidence, create chaos at the polls or even manipulate the results on Election Day,” reported the Atlanta Journal-Constitution (AJC) in October.
The report added that computer scientists, voting-rights activists, U.S. intelligence agencies and a federal judge have continuously warned of security deficiencies in Georgia’s system, but state officials have dismissed their concerns.
An investigation by AJC also determined that Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger’s office weakened the system’s defenses by disabling password protections on a key component that controls who is allowed to vote.
The report continued:
Officials tell voters to verify their selections on a paper ballot before feeding it into an optical scanner. But the scanner doesn’t record the text that voters see; rather, it reads an unencrypted quick response, or QR, barcode that is indecipherable to the human eye. Either by tampering with individual voting machines or by infiltrating the state’s central elections server, hackers could systematically alter the barcodes to change votes.
Such a manipulation could not be detected without an audit after the election.
The new voting system “presents serious security vulnerability and operational issues” caused by “fundamental deficits and exposure,” U.S. District Judge Amy Totenberg wrote in a recent order, in which she criticized state officials for not taking the problems more seriously.
“These risks,” Totenberg wrote, “are neither hypothetical nor remote under the current circumstances.”
The report added that Texas rejected Dominion Voting Systems, saying its inspectors encountered “multiple hardware issues” and could not certify that it was “safe from fraudulent or unauthorized manipulation.”
Stay tuned for future updates as more evidence is unveiled!