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DePerno: Three suspect states had anonymous remote election system logins


Conservative TreehouseAttorney Matt DePerno appears with Steve Bannon to discuss some similarities between Arizona, Georgia and Michigan electronic election systems. [Rumble Link Here] One of the things DePerno points to is “remote access log-in’s”, administrator level access with elevated privileges in the election management system.

The second point DePerno highlights is something previously covered; however, DePerno appears not to know. Maricopa County and the Secretary of State in Arizona have known about a November 3rd intrusion, a “security breach”, into the voter registration servers in Maricopa county. DePerno calls this a breaking story unknown to the public and hidden by state officials.

If you can log in remotely to the election servers, with admin privileges, you can pretty much do anything to change the results without an audit trail, especially if you have the MS SQL access tool installed to bypass the election system itself and directly adjust the database... and recall that tool has already been found on other election systems that displayed strange behavior.


This entry was published Thu Jul 22 10:53:38 CDT 2021 by TriggerFinger and last updated 2021-07-22 10:53:38.0. [Tweet]

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