(Natural News) In a recent statement, the Election Infrastructure Government Coordinating Council (GCC) Executive Committee declared the Nov. 3 election to be “the most secure in American history.” But how can that be when the very entities that we know committed fraud were the same ones tasked with “protecting” against it?
The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) along with the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) partnered up with executives from both Dominion Voting Systems and Smartmatic to “safeguard” the 2020 election against fraud, which is about as safe and secure as assigning Joe Biden to chaperone a pre-teen cheerleading squad retreat.
Just prior to the election, the Elections Infrastructure Sector Coordinating Council (SCC) reassured the public that it was “working collectively” with these two companies and various government agencies “to ensure the integrity and security of our nation’s critical voting infrastructure.”
The SCC’s executive committee members included Chairman Chris Wlaschin of Election Systems & Software, Vice Chair Bryan Finney of Democracy Live, Kay Stimson of Dominion Voting Systems, Ericka Haas of the Electronic Registration Information Center, and Edwin Smith of Smartmatic.
“They operate in a dual capacity with the GCC,” notes Shane Trejo from Big League Politics, adding that the GCC and the SCC “were both mandated into existence in Jan. 2017 by DHS before President Trump could even be sworn into office.”
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Majority of tech professionals expressed deep concerns about election fraud prior to Nov. 3
Interestingly, a survey conducted by the Information Systems Audit and Control Association (ISACA) found that the vast majority of tech professionals were deeply worried about the integrity of the election leading up to Nov. 3.
A whopping 73 percent said their number-one concern was misinformation and disinformation campaigns, followed by tampering with the tabulation of voter results at 64 percent. Other concerns included hacking or tampering with voter registration rolls and voting machines at 62 percent.
Retired Brigadier General and ISACA board director Greg Touhill was so alarmed by the findings that he issued a statement claiming that “the overwhelming majority of localities have sound election security procedures in place, but the public’s perception does not match the reality.”
In other words, there is nothing to see here, folks. The election was secure because the “authorities” insist it was, and anyone who believes otherwise is living in a perpetual state of fear and paranoia.
Mind you this is coming from the very same people who believe that restricting their breathing and obeying the government at all times will protect them from a virus, but we digress.
Touhill’s recommendation in response to the survey is for governments to ramp up the propaganda “from the county level up” to ensure that as many people as possible believe that the election was 100 percent safe and secure.
“As the study indicates, the most real threat to the election – impacting all candidates from all parties – is misinformation and disinformation campaigns,” Touhill added, turning the tables and switching the narrative.
Sadly, nothing was actually done in response to the survey to fix the problems that worried most IT professionals. The 2020 election manifested into a “third-world nightmare,” as we have all witnessed, and Team Trump is now trying to remedy it with lawsuits, awareness campaigns and most importantly prescribed constitutional remedies.
“These so-called experts are desperate to gloss over the incredible fraud that happened during this year’s vote,” Trejo concludes. “They will seemingly make up any lie to avoid being held liable for their seditious actions.”
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