5 Big Election Fraud Stories Breaking Just Before The 2022 Midterms
The 2022 elections are going to be the least secure elections since 2020!
#1 — Why are election officials in Delaware County (PA) illegally mailing out ballots for the 2022 midterms before the logic and accuracy tests have started?
#2 — How come a Dominion Voting machine “error code” that was found in Tennessee’s machines was also found in 97% of the counties in Georgia?
The State of Tennessee, the EAC, and the two accredited entities that test voting machines, Pro V&V and SLI Compliance, investigated the anomaly and were able to repeat the problem but were not able to determine the root cause of the anomaly.
#3 — Why did Fulton County (PA) file a lawsuit against Dominion Voting Systems for breach of contract last month?
Fulton County has made a very simple and very effective argument: if the Halderman Declaration is accurate — and neither the federal government’s own cybersecurity agency nor Dominion Voting Systems have claimed otherwise — then Dominion Voting Systems could not have delivered properly certified machines according to the contract.
#4 — Why did the FBI try to hide that a Chinese CEO of an election software company in America was breaking the law?
5 — How is it possible that a well known cyber security expert identified “a critical privacy flaw in the election infrastructure sold by Dominion Voting Systems” in the United States just this week?
Here’s the Twitter thread on this “critical flaw.”
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