Pennsylvania has uncovered some nefarious findings on their Dominion voting machines.
In an election assessment conducted in Pennsylvania’s Fulton County earlier this year, they found the Microsoft SQL database on their Dominion voting machines.
The analysts conducting the assessment found “no valid reason” for the software to be installed.
Naturally, the software found has never been approved by the Election Assistance Commission.
This unapproved software can allegedly be used as a hacking tool to steal elections.
Anyone with access to the software can change the votes in the direction they need to produce the desired results.
SQL software is NOT certified by the EAC
SQL software allows changes to be made remotely #illegal
— Josh Barnett for Congress (AZ-06) (@BarnettforAZ) June 13, 2021
🔥🔥IT’S JUST NOT GOING AWAY! All the corruption & cheating that happened in the 2020 election is just floating to the surface! The libs, Dems & other cheaters can’t do a thing about it!🔥🔥SQL software on Dominion machines in PA CAN CHANGE VOTE VALUES! https://t.co/1SNOJRoc48
— 🇺🇸Angel🇺🇸 (@36Angeldb) June 13, 2021
The same suspicious SQL software discovered in Michigan Dominion Voting Machines was just found in Pennsylvania Dominion Voting Machines…
— RΞ4L ✪ (@P8R1OT) June 14, 2021
How do we spell FRAUD!!!https://t.co/orIBBiAVCT
— 🦋Kellie🦋 I STILL SEE DUMB PEOPLE (@WinterAsh12) June 14, 2021
Will the SQL software appear on other Dominion machines in swing states?
The Gateway Pundit has more on this developing story:
According to the Fulton County report, the analysts found “no valid reason” for the software to be installed on the system. They also reported that Dominion failed to fill out the appropriate forms regarding the software.
This is the same software Michigan Attorney Matthew Deperno’s expert found on the Dominion machines as was demonstrated in Michigan.
The software allows anyone with privileges to simply change values in the database directly in order to change the outcome of the election leaving no trace whatsoever. The Dominion system looks to the database for the values and uses whatever is there. It is outside of the logs or other election-related auditing record one would look for.
Attorney DePerno reported on the unapproved SQL software was ALSO on the Michigan County machines!
Via Dr. Danielle Blumenthal.
On May 3, 2021, Attorney Matthew DePerno posted a court briefing alleging the election had been hacked.
DePerno pointed to the presence of a deliberately installed, unapproved-for-election-systems software tool, in Antrim County, Michigan:
“Cyber Ninjas discovered a Microsoft SQL Server Management Studio implant on the system.
“This piece of software is not approved by the Election Assistance Commission (‘EAC’) and allows a user to actually circumvent security protocol and make ‘direct edit entries within the database’ which ‘could potentially be utilized to change vote values.’”
“Perhaps most importantly, this software is a ‘separate install.’ In other words, it should not be on the system. It is, by its very definition, a hacking tool.”
So we now have at least two instances where this unapproved SQL software was found on Dominion voting machines in at least two swing states.
Nancy Pelosi and Democrats are attempting to ban paper ballots in the US — and force Americans to use only voting machines.
Via Zachary Stieber at The Epoch Times:
Wake TSI said in the 93-page report that was quietly published on the county’s website, with no public fanfare, in May.
Wake TSI personnel did not conduct a technology forensic audit of the operating system or election management system (EMS) but did review some system file dates, log files, ballot images, and other files.
Wake TSI said in its report summary that it found that the election “was well run, was conducted in a diligent and effective manner and followed the directions of Pennsylvania.” No anomalies were reported during the election process and expectations were that the assessment would not show any indications of fraud, error, interference, or misconduct.
However, Wake TSI said it found five “issues of note,” including that Dominion failed to meet the commonwealth’s certification standards; that the election management system had Microsoft SQL Server Data Tools installed, despite the software not being part of the U.S. Election Assistance Commission’s certified configuration; and that changes were made to the management system just three weeks prior to the election.
Assessors said there is “no valid reason” for the software to be installed on the system and that the presence “allows any user with access to change and manipulate the EMS databases without logging [recording] to the Database, EMS, or [operating system] logfiles.”
They also said that Dominion failed to fill out a document that attests that the installed software versions conformed with certified reasons, with Dominion apparently claiming filling out the form was “optional.”
Dominion Voting Systems disputed the report’s findings related to it.
It looks like this unapproved SQL software was the same software found in Michigan Dominion machines!
Could this be our smoking gun?
In an interview with the Gateway Pundit, Jovan Pulitzer, election integrity advocate, addresses this and says that the mainstream media is calling “bullshit on the ballots” because they know the truth.
Pulitzer says the real truth underneath the smears is the bulletproof evidence that bad actors got in and messed with the voting system.
You can watch the full interview on YouTube below:
Clearly, the mainstream media doesn’t support fair and honest elections with their constant smear campaigns regarding the audits.
Fake news or not, we will soon find out how widespread the SQL software is installed in voting machines and its purpose.
Developing: The Same Suspicious SQL Software Discovered in Michigan Dominion Voting Machines Was Just Found in Pennsylvania Dominion Voting Machines
Now, why would U think one states machines would be different from any others? ALL SAMEhttps://t.co/f7FGYyoz20 via @gatewaypundit
— Silas Longshot ❌ (@SilasLongshot) June 13, 2021
SQL Server Tools is a commonly used toolkit for administering Microsoft SQL databases.
What makes it suspicious is that it's not part of a certified compliant voting system.
Rampant noncompliance is an environment highly conducive to fraud and malfeasance.
— Peter Nayland Kust (@pnkust) June 14, 2021
u obviously have no clue about the software or the dominion machines to post nonsense like that.For a voting machine to pass certification all software installed especially installs done after factory sign off date need to be listed and verified.SQL was not a listed software WHY?
— Ramyrambo (@Ramyrambo15) June 14, 2021
Will it be found in other swing states too? Or maybe it is in all the machines?https://t.co/mFxeP2mdCw
— Briarberry Ally (@mscsurfs) June 13, 2021
Did someone use this suspicious software to switch votes from Trump to Biden?
The light is starting to shine on it all.