90 Miles From Tyranny : Election Fraud on a National Scale?

Tuesday, November 26, 2019

Election Fraud on a National Scale?

Dallas patriots Kevin Freeman, host of the Economic War Room on BlazeTV and Russ Ramsland, a voter fraud and election expert, have released detailed findings from a cyber/forensic investigation into election fraud utilizing compromised voting machines in 2018 (and quite probably, in the governor’s race in 2019 in Kentucky).

In summary terms, Freeman’s “Episode #70” reveals that (1) security protections in voting machines were disabled, (2) penetration and manipulation of actual vote tabulations was and is possible, and (3) evidence already exists that votes were surreptitiously, electronically manipulated to change election results.

This is the 21st century version of Stalin’s ruthless observation, “it’s not the people who vote that count, it’s the people who count the votes.” Only today’s Stalins can do it all by online penetration of unsecure ‘voting machines’ to count and alter votes, and leave almost no IT fingerprints.

Freeman’s “Episode #70” is currently behind a paywall (though available via 30-day free trial).

The implications of what has been exposed are absolutely staggering on both hindsight perspective on the meaning of past election results, and on the future of America as a constitutional republic. Yes, it is that serious.

The magnitude of the threat posed to those who have had a role in perpetrating this fraud makes the whole story ripe for orchestrated leftist twitter-mob dismissal as ‘Conspiracy Theory!’ It’s anything but.

Metaphorically, these ‘citizen-investigators’ appear to have arrived at the scene of the burglary; discovered the points of break-in; found in plain sight the tools used to accomplish the break-in (and other break-ins); found telltale evidence all around the scene pointing to the means, motives, and names of the perpetrators; but they have reached the limit of citizen investigation and law enforcement authority. Search warrants and the legal authority to subpoena documents and interrogate people under oath are going to be necessary to determine exactly what was stolen and who took it (and how to restructure security to prevent future burglaries).

In other words, objective viewers of Episode #70 will conclude, at minimum, this ought to be rigorously and thoroughly investigated (with trust and hope that there is still an arm of the federal government capable of honest and thorough investigation).

If the ruling class-controlled law enforcement authorities refuse to investigate, the American people are going to have to force a remedy.

The Findings

A brief post like this can’t do justice to the technical findings which are laid out in detail in the video. In essence, security protections in software (operated on voting machines throughout the country) had been purposely disabled or ‘un-activated’; penetration of the machines was possible via online access methods widely understood among reasonably sophisticated IT people; and mismatches in time-stamped dataflows suggest votes were changed.

For example, using open-source “Burp Suite” web-crawling software, the investigators looked into a company that supplies software used at polling locations in Texas and 15 other states.

They found readily accessible information within this company’s website showing purposeful disclosure of passwords by which anyone could log in to databases that include a wide range of voter and precinct and...

Read more: HERE

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