During the Aug. 22 episode of the Brighteon.TV program, Pedersen revealed that Gregg Phillips and Catherine Engelbrecht of True the Vote had actually stumbled across Chinese servers. The PollChief election management system, provided by Michigan-based Konnech Inc., was allegedly connected to China.
This meant that American elections are resolved in China, with Beijing having access to a huge database containing the names of 1.8 million poll workers. (Related: CONFIRMED: Dominion Voting Systems partially owned by corporations with ties to Beijing.)
An article on Substack touched on Jinhua Konnech Inc., the Chinese partner of U.S.-based Konnech, and its CEO Yu Juanwei or Eugene Yu. Pedersen said the Substack piece probed the PollChief software’s links to China.
According to Pedersen, the East Lansing-based Konnech Inc. helps manage poll workers, poll locations, campaign assets, mail-in ballots and other supplies necessary for elections in the U.S., Canada and Australia. Founded in 2002, its clients include the Department of Defense and thousands of other election offices in North America.
Prior to its involvement in U.S. election, Konnech had built a communication platform for the Confucius Institute. The institute had been previously criticized for serving as an espionage arm for the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) in different universities.
Pedersen also zeroed in on Yu, who graduated from Zhejiang University in 1982 with a bachelor’s degree. The Konnech CEO subsequently obtained his master’s degree from Wake Forest University six years later in 1988. Many of Konneck’s software engineers and employees graduated from Chinese universities, Pedersen added.
The “Matrixxx Grooove” host cited Konnech’s connections with leading U.S. technology firms such as Microsoft, Google, Cisco, Dell, AT&T and Apple.
“It’s great to find out that U.S. elections are managed by somebody in China,” Pedersen remarked sarcastically.
US elections using the same rigged system as the one in China
Pedersen remarked, quoting Phillips, that the U.S. election system “is riding on the same system that powers the CCP’s elections.”
InTheMatrixxx then proceeded to drop another bombshell, this time involving Jinhua Konnech. Back in 2015, Jinhua Konnech filed a patent application for a system of networking voting by absent electorates in China on behalf of an inventor named Shao Guojun. Two years later in 2017, this patent was transferred from Jinhua Konnech to Jinhua Hongzheng Technology Company (JHTC).
Founded in 2015, JHTC also dabbles in election technology. Election products such as electronic counting system and electronic ballot box that could speed up vote counting were among its offerings. Moreover, JHTC also provides hardware and software solutions for China’s National People’s Congress.
Townsend commented on his co-host’s revelations, with strong words against the people’s complacency. He pointed his finger at the American people, accusing them of abdicating their responsibility and allowing evil to prey on them. The federal government Americans “elected,” added Townsend, was willing to do anything – even establish ties with China – to keep its firm grasp on power.
ShadyGrooove also lamented the ubiquity of Chinese technology. It’s now present everywhere, not just in elections and schools in America.
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