Here’s Why CNN Is Admitting Dominion Machines CAN Be Hacked!



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We’ve got some SERIOUS funny business going on!

“O come, let us worship and bow down: let us kneel before the LORD our maker.”  Psalms 95:6 (KJV) 

Something smells VERY fishy about this…

Two days ago, CNN, & The Washington Post published articles admitting that the Dominion Software, specifically on the Imagecast X Ballot Marking Devices (used throughout Georgia thanks to Brian Kemp), has flaws that CAN be exploited.

They of course follow this admission by declaring that “The vulnerabilities have never been exploited in an election”. But still, they’re admitting they can be hacked…

CNN says their source for this information comes from a 5 page analysis from the US Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA), a new report which is scheduled for release this week.

Now, I’m sure you’re all just as shocked as I was, since CISA’s former director Chris Krebs told us just days after the 2020 election that this was the safest and most secure election in American history! Every left wing propagandist, including CNN, and TWP echoed this statement for months!

So what changed?! And why now?!

CNN specifically declared on many occasions following the election that the claims against Dominion were baseless…

So, why the hell are they suddenly telling us that Domininon machines CAN in fact be hacked? Well I did some digging to find out, and I’m 100% sure that I’ve figured it out…

What you’re seeing has EVERYTHING to do with the fact that the Halderman report is about to be released.

What Is The Halderman Report?

There was a lawsuit filed in Georgia in 2017 Curling v. Raffensperger which stated that the ES&S machines previously used in Georgia were so vulnerable that they violated the civil rights of the petitioners. At the time of the filing, Georgia was using outdated touchscreen machines which had NO paper backups. In 2019, Brian Kemp attempted to squash these argument by replacing the DREs with a paper-backed Dominion machine which prints a paper ballot.

The state purchased 30,000 brand new Image Cast X machines, and Dominion was awarded 107 million dollars for the contract. On these new machines, voters would still make their selection on a touchscreen, but the machine would print a paper ballot which reflects their choices to then be tabulated. This was Kemp’s attempt to satisfy the petitioners who are demanding a shift to hand counted paper ballots.

However, here’s the BIG problem with these machines. The Image Cast X doesn’t actually read the voter’s selections on the paper ballot printout. They instead read a QR code in the upper right corner, which is supposed to represent the voter’s choices. This QR code could theoretically be programmed to change a voters selections without anyone knowing. Therefore, the paper ballot is meaningless.

Now get this,  (just a side note) one of Dominion’s lobbyists, Jared Thomas, worked directly on Kemp’s political campaigns since he first won the state Senate seat in 2002. He also worked for Kemp in the Secretary of State’s Office. So, its no surprise that Kemp used this lawsuit as an opportunity to give his buddies at Dominion a contract for 107 million dollars.

Okay, now back to the Halderman report. The lawsuit didn’t stop when Kemp replaced the ES&S machines with Dominion machines. The petitioners shifted to alleging that the new system were also so ins…

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