You won’t believe the mind-blowing evidence that came out of the Arizona election fraud hearing.
The Arizona GOP held a hearing on election fraud on Monday and it was very interesting and revealing.
I’m going to focus mainly on one witness but there were many testimonies that will blow your mind.
One of the first witnesses was retired Army Col. Phil Waldron, a cybersecurity expert. He verified many of the theories that have been floating around regarding the lack of security of the Dominion Voting Systems.
When asked how safe our voting system is with Dominion and other software systems, Col. Waldron said “Your vote is not as secure as your Venmo account”.
The room let out a collective gasp.
After giving a brief summary of the vulnerabilities of the Dominion system and other computer voting systems being used in the United States, he confirmed that votes in the 2020 election actually left the country to be counted.
Votes left the country and were counted on a server in Frankfurt, Germany. He said there are also other servers in Serbia, and other places around the world, but he can’t be sure what other countries held the servers being used to collect the votes in the United States election. He can’t be sure until Dominion shares that information or a full audit is done.
Why would we allow our vote counts to be stored outside the United States? Is there any benefit?
Col. Waldron's answer was "We would not have the legal jurisdiction to seize servers located outside the country." So, if you wanted to ensure you didn't get the servers seized you would keep the servers outside the country.
We'll come back to the servers in a minute.
How safe is the Dominion system we are using, he was asked?
"Ma'am anything that is software based can be changed or manipulated...Think of it like a casino or state lotto - whoever owns the eye in the sky, you can control the markings."
They (their hackers) identified almost a dozen ways that one could change or manipulate votes.
He then said that their hackers had confirmed what some witnesses alleged, that some of the machines were connected to the internet.
Computers were in fact connected to the internet, despite what Chris Krebs (fired head of the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA)) said.
Col. Waldron mentioned that a "Frankfurt professor and cybersecurity expert said they saw an increase in traffic on that server that was due to the American election on November 3rd and 4th." When asked how much of an increase - he said it was around 30-40% increase in traffic.
So, can we find out if the votes were manipulated by looking at the machines?
Waldron said the machines themselves don't have a lot of resident information, but it could be as simple as a thumb drive pulled out to take the information out.
The server could be examined to find all information, though.
An audit would allow them to find out where the servers for each county are located. The server would tell you if there were any changes or software updates but "we are unable to get those servers because the companies claim it is their intellectual property."
Why on Earth would we agree to that, he was asked?
Waldron's answer: "The representatives signed up for that at the local and state level. You'd have to ask them."
Many citizens have also wondered why they saw the vote totals switch from Biden to Trump late in the evening (hundreds of thousands of votes decreased from Trump's total and added to Biden's total), as has been recorded from the live broadcasts from CNN and others. Could it just be a mistake that the media outlets made?
Waldron said the updates that you saw as you watched CNN, CBS, etc.. while votes were increased and decreased were directly connected to the live vote count total so it was not an error on the network side. They were server level adjustments that were made.
Other key notes from hearing testimony:
- 1.9 million mail in ballots, in Arizona, did not have signatures verified.
- There is an MIT blockchain system called VOATZ that Col. Waldron says is secure, but they're not the ones we mainly use. VOATZ is deployed in West VA currently.
- An IT worker was present at the Democrat meeting (where no recording devices were allowed) that said they discussed how to start off by giving every Democrat 35k votes in every local and federal level race.
- A full forensic audit would be able to tell if any ballots were pre-printed, as some observers have alleged, by examining the paper and the ink.