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Voting machines, software key to Trump’s hopes


If you are a supporter of President-elect Joe Biden, you are feeling good about life right now. The mainstream media is now covering transition stories on who Biden will have in his cabinet.

Meanwhile, you can’t wait for President Donald Trump to just concede and give up his fight against election fraud. You feel he needs to just take the loss in stride and move on. But if you are a supporter of President Trump, you are likely not sure what you are feeling right now. You are being told by the president and many political supporters that there is election fraud. That being said, a quick Google search of the phrase, “Trump election fraud fact check,” tells you that his claims are false, they are myths and are bogus. The Associated Press says he is fabricating election corruption and he is tweeting baseless claims.

It seems like every election fraud post on Facebook or Twitter has a disclaimer telling you there is no proof of election fraud. The Department of Homeland Security, along with other federal officials, said the election was “the most secure in American history.” So in other words, there’s nothing to see here. Just accept it and move on.

In the weeks leading up to the Electoral College certification on Dec. 14, the president’s legal team will make election fraud and voter intimidation arguments that allegedly took place in several states throughout the country. While he may gain some ground in some legal cases also through recounting efforts, his main hope rests in how clearly his legal team can show alleged election fraud through the Dominion Voting System and other voting systems using the Softmatic software. In September of 2017, Princeton Computer Science Professor Andrew Appel testified to Congress saying the software used on voting machines is how one could “hack a voting machine to cheat.” He claims he built a software with a code, that once installed, “could steal elections without detection for years to come.” According to Attorney Sidney Powell, in this election, the Softmatic software used had a back door to the program that could be followed in real time.

“They can watch the voting in real time, they can run a computer algorithm on it as needed, to either flip votes, take votes out, or alter the vote to make a candidate win.” She went on to say “it’s massive criminal voter fraud across at least 29 states it could have been happening.” She noted that many of the machines were connected to the internet.

“It’s going to blow the mind of everyone in this country when we get it all together and can explain it with the affidavits and the experts that have come forward,” she said.

In another interview, she said “we’re fixin’ to overturn the results in multiple states.” She also said, “and President Trump won not just by hundreds of thousands of votes, but by millions of votes that were shifted by this software that was designed expressly for that purpose.”

In Venezuela, the software was reportedly used to manipulate election results in one election. The company later claimed it was an anomaly. There are also reports of similar things happening in California in 2016.

“We have so much evidence I feel like it’s coming in through a fire hose,” Powell also said.

Needless to say, if anything that this lady says is true, this is really going to get interesting.

“I never say anything I can’t prove,” Powell also said. So there you go...

On the Smartmatic website, the Chairman for the Board of Directors is Vice Admiral Peter Neffenger. Neffenger was recently named as a volunteer for President-elect Biden’s Agency Review Team. This team is to ensure  “a smooth transfer of power, and preparing for President-elect Biden and Vice President-elect Harris and their cabinet to hit the ground running on day one.” No matter who your candidate was, it will be extremely interesting to follow how these legal battles go over the next couple of weeks.


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