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The election gun is smoking


I wrote earlier that election auditors demonstrated the ability to swap vote totals on election machines in Antrim County, where such a swap was in fact observed. I also wrote that they had not reported evidence that such a swap had actually been performed, just that it could be performed. It now appears we have taken the next step.

UncoverDCNotably, unauthorized software called SQL Management Studio \version 17.1 was installed on the Antrim County Election Management System (EMS)—as reported by Doug Logan of Cyber Ninjas in a report on April 9, 2021. “This software is not certified b5, the Election Assistance Commission for use on electronic voting systems,” as reported in Lenberg’s expert summary.

Lenberg also wrote that “vote modification can be pre-planned and deployed prior to an election. ElectionSource staff possesses all of the administrative access” to modify the vote tally files. He also explained that he was able to “replicate the election inaccuracies observed in the November 3, 2020 election” when he ran his tests on the equipment.

ElectionSource had access to other counties across Michigan...
The counties “appeared in the Userlnfo log file on the EMS” and were “opened projects” during the “same timeframe as the files that ElectionSource technicians were working to configure and deploy project files for Antrim County.”

There's some substantial new information here. The initial report demonstrated that the election database could be hacked using an SQL tool, with admin access. Lenberg is alleging that the election management system in Antrim
County had that tool installed on it, which is not allowed, and that the log files show that ElectionSource had the necessary admin access and were logged as accessing the election files for many other counties during the same time as they were working in Antrim.

He also indicates that the Antrim County Clerk authorized staff to remove files and data from the voting machines the day after the election.

The classic trifecta of means, motive, and opportunity. Plus, if you weren't convinced already, the damning cover up of the crime.

This entry was published Thu May 06 21:11:39 CDT 2021 by TriggerFinger and last updated 2021-05-06 21:11:39.0. [Tweet]

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