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Flashback: Video Shows Democrats Admitting Voting Machines Can Be Hacked


We’ve heard again and again from the Democrats that the 2020 election was the most secure election in U.S. history and that voting machines can’t be hacked.

Well a new video compilation that has surfaced on Twitter exposes several Democrats for their hypocrisy.

The video starts off with Democrat Rep. Adam Schiff stating that “our voting machines are too vulnerable” and after him the video plays clips from both Democrat Representatives Val Demings and Sheila Lee admitting that voting machines can be tampered with and hacked.

They weren’t the only one’s admitting that voting machines can be “easily hacked” a dozen other lawmakers also went on record stating the same thing in the video

Watch the video here:

It’s amazing how when the hack works out to their favor their completely silent.

HBO even interviewed several lawmakers in their documentary called “Killed Chain” which explored details on how election machines are hacked.

Politico even wrote a story about “Kill Chain” and had these details to report:

HBO on March 26 debuts an election security documentary, “KIll Chain: The Cyber War on America’s Elections,” from the same team behind the 2006 Emmy-nominated doc “Hacking Democracy.” It revisits some of the previous film’s characters, namely the protagonist Harri Hursti, the Finnish election security expert who co-founded the DEF CON Voting Village.

For readers of this space, many of the lessons and events of “Kill Chain” will be familiar, if no less alarming: the VR Systems hack, the myth that voting machines aren’t connected to the internet, the Senate’s inability to enact election security legislation. But the storytelling is still engaging: Hursti is a more compelling figure than your MC host knew; for example, getting local press for his computer skills at age 13 and helping the Finnish government on a mysterious project he wouldn’t discuss.

Some were less familiar, and in places, the documentary appears to provide previously unrevealed information. In an interview, an Indian hacker going by CyberZeist talks about breaking into an Alaskan website where he could have changed the vote (but didn’t because he was afraid of being caught). He contends he could have made millions selling the backdoor to Russians wanting to get into the system to alter the numbers. “There was no containment, in effect,” Hursti says, reviewing state documents asserting the contrary. Hursti deems CyberZeist as credible.

The documentary covers almost all the bases, with appearances from lawmakers to election experts: Sens. Mark Warner (D-Va.), James Lankford (R-Okla.), Amy Klobuchar (D-Minn.) and Ron Wyden (D-Ore.); DEF CON founder Jeff Moss; University of Michigan computer science professor J. Alex Halderman; and Hursti’s fellow Voting Village co-founder Jake Braun.

Democrats supported and even helped HBO make their documentary on the subject of voting machines being hacked but shun Mike Lindell as a conspiracy theorist when he puts out a documentary of the same thing.


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