BREAKING: Dominion Remotely Accessed Voting Terminals During 2020 Election In Georgia

Employees were apparently allowed to access the machines, through online connections, and did in GA, this contradicts the narrative that the machines were not online


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How many more lies are we going to be fed before this is all over? 

Dominion voting terminals WERE, in fact connected to the internet. 

This finding is concordant with numerous reports, some released months ago. and coincides with secuirty expert, and eyewitness testimony. 

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Here are the developments so far: 

The Gateway Pundit broke the story wide open: 

Not only were Dominion voting machines connected to the Internet, in the 2020 election in Georgia, Dominion actually took over voting machines remotely.  Crazy.

There were comments originally that Dominion was not connected to the Internet.  An individual representing Dominion before the election claimed that Dominion voting machines were not connected to the Internet.  FOX News interviewed  Dominion spokesperson Michael Steel on November 22:


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Here is an earlier report from Fox Newswhere Dominion claims its impossible to switch votes: 

Attorney Sidney Powell claims that the 2020 election was significantly impacted by votes cast through machines from Dominion Voting Systems being altered to go to Joe Biden instead of President Trump, but according to Dominion spokesperson Michael Steel, this could not have occurred.

In an interview with Fox News' Eric Shawn on "America's News Headquarters" on Sunday, Steel addressed the allegations that Dominion has faced, and explained why he believes they are without merit.

"Well, it's physically impossible," Steel said of vote switching. "Look, when a voter votes on a Dominion machine, they fill out a ballot on a touch screen. They are given a printed copy which they then give to a local election official for safekeeping. If any electronic interference had taken place, the tally reported electronically would not match the printed ballots. and in every case where we've looked at -- in Georgia, all across the country -- the printed ballot, the gold standard in election security, has matched the electronic tally."



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