We have been saying it over and over again.
Director Of Intel John Ratcliffe has also said it.
Foreign countries and foreign actors have direct access to pretty much all of our critical infrastructures: including election software, associated networks, and tabulation hardware.
This should not be news to anyone.
The more advanced the world gets, the more dangerous it gets. This is not a ‘wild conspiracy’ this is actually very simple: if you build a complex system, there will be complex ways to hack it.
To me, it is wild that the mainstream media acts like our systems are untouchable…….
Sidney Powell recently released a 270-page report; this report puts a spotlight on critical points of breakage in our systems, and the threats posed by foreign actors via those weak points.
Both The Chinese Communist Party, and Iran were named in the report.
The report also lays down a foundational basis for throwing out the results of the 2020 election.
Check it out:
The Gateway Pundit reported:
Attorney Sidney Powell released an explosive document on foreign interference to Zenger News this week.
The document includes 270 pages of affidavits, evidence and testimony from numerous witnesses and sources.
The 270 page document details election fraud, names and all!
The document includes military and alphabet testimony, and details everything from interference, to origins of voting machine fraud, to cybersecurity intrusions into U.S. elections systems and more.
Zenger wrote, “Powell contends that documents in the binder prove direct foreign interference and fraud tainted the Nov. 3 presidential election, and that President Donald Trump was re-elected. The entire binder is reproduced here for exclusively.”
In a related report, The Security Ledger had this to say:
Anew study by the firm Interos found that many hardware components in a popular touchscreen voting machine used in the U.S. originate in China or Russia.
Efforts by the federal government and campaigns to keep state sponsored hackers from Russia and China out of U.S. elections may have overlooked a one major source of vulnerability: the hardware and software ‘guts’ of voting machines.
A study by the security firm Interos has found that one fifth (20%) of the hardware and software components in a popular voting machine came from suppliers in China. Furthermore, close to two-thirds (59%) of components in that voting machine came from companies with locations in both China and Russia.
The study is by Interos, a third party risk software company.* In it, the company analyzed both the hardware and software components used in a popular voting machine and then “mapped the supply chain” of the machine, including the companies further down the supply chain. These fourth- and fifth party (or so-called “subtier”) suppliers play a heretofore unstudied role in the creation of countless technology products, from networking gear to cameras and drones to voting machines.