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September 6, 2023

Some will no doubt look at this story from THE GATEWAY PUNDIT and dismiss it as election conspiracy-theory nonsense, the kind of label that got Mike Lindell’s products (wrongly) pulled from the shelves at Bed, Bath & Beyond.  It’s certainly the kind of story that will get an advertiser-supported newsletter demonetized by Google, which is why we hope you sign up for the Substack edition if you haven’t already.

According to this story, data analysts who’ve been looking into the 2020 election “have concluded that there had to be a two-way connection between local electronics (electronic poll pads, tabulators, election management systems, voter databases, etc.) and a centralized data collection system responsible for monitoring and manipulating the election.”  They suspect that an “incestuous collaboration” (details in the GP report) “allowed for the real-time monitoring of all election data, and, more importantly, THE ABILITY TO CHANGE RESULTS.”  (Emphasis ours.)

They report that a year-long project led by election integrity investigator Sophie Anderson and communications engineer Dr. Charles Bernardin has “uncovered the mechanism that is being used to connect our election equipment at polling places throughout the nation.”  The government, they say, uses a private tool for this called FirstNet, originally sold as a tool to “promote public safety” by connecting police, fire and EMT services.  The scope was then expanded to include “critical infrastructure,” such as transportation, energy and water supplies.

We don’t have the expertise in data analytics it would take to verify the details in their report, but we would be remiss if we didn’t pass the story on to you, particularly after reading an archival story linked to within it.  This is about Barack Obama’s move, just days before he left office (but after Trump was elected), to have the Department of Homeland Security declare ELECTION SYSTEMS to be a part of America’s “critical infrastructure,” just like bridges, waterways and hydroelectric plants.  This was purportedly to maintain election integrity after the Russians had supposedly interfered with the 2016 election (the unspoken part: to help Trump win).  Mustn’t let THAT happen again!

Here’s that story, from January (6th, by coincidence) 2017.  Obama would be leaving the White House on the 20th.  The idea, as reported in THE HILL, was “to bring federal protections to voting systems.”  Many state and local officials, including then-Georgia Secretary of State Brian Kemp, “expressed strong opposition” to this plan, calling it federal overreach, which it most certainly was.  But DHS Director Jeh Johnson did it anyway.  Homeland Security ranking member Bennie Thompson of Mississippi thought it was a great idea, which should be a big red flag right there.

It can be so fascinating to look back at some of these archival stories in light of what we know today.

Here’s the full, updated story from GATEWAY PUNDIT.  Lots of detail about the network here.  Again, we’re not data analysts or computer network specialists and so can’t assess their work, but just the possibility of something like this should make every county in every state go offline immediately, moving from high-tech “electronic voting systems” to no-tech, old-school paper ballots that can’t possibly be messed with electronically with the flip of a switch.

And whoever wants to suppress our viewpoint needs to know: we’re not trying to destroy faith in our elections.  That’s already out the window, thanks in large part, ironically, to their suppression of information.  On the contrary, we want to help restore that faith, and this appears to be the only way.


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