Breaking: Outsiders With USB Drives Show Up November 5th In One PA County… But No Observers Allowed?!

(Right Country) – There has been what seems like an endless stream of controversy surrounding the voting software company Dominion. Behind every “glitch” that occurred during the 2020 presidential election, Dominion’s name seems to be.

Controversy has been plaguing the state of Pennsylvania also. All manner of fraud and corruption seem to be rearing their ugly heads in Philadelphia and other Democratic strongholds in the state.

Dominion and Pennsylvania seem to be a match made in crooked, voter fraud heaven and according to a new report, there actually may have been a scheme in the Keystone State involving Dominion software. Is anybody shocked? We weren’t either.

Before we get into the details, the Gateway Pundit reported that an IT specialist provided them with more evidence that there were virtually no safeguards in place to protect the election process.

This IT expert told Gateway Pundit that he never would have approved the Dominion system for use in the election because it’s really that bad. According to a previous Gateway Pundit report, IT expert “[email protected]” stated that “the local IT guy has the power to decide elections.”

As it turns out anybody with a flash drive and access to election laptops or workstations could easily infiltrate the election results and manipulate it in a variety of ways.

Now, let’s take a look at one of the Trump lawsuits filed in Pennsylvania. The lawsuit alleges that an observer in Delaware County witnessed a delivery on November 5, 2020, to the county office where mail-in ballots were being counted.

According to the witness, the delivery on the 5th included “v-cards or USB drives in a plastic bag with no seal and no accompanying paper ballots.” Upon delivery, the v-cards or USB drives were “taken to the back counting room” where observers were not permitted to go.

The witness in the lawsuit asserts there was “no opportunity” to see what was happening inside the back room.

Now, combine what we know about Dominion software vulnerabilities and the testimony of this eyewitness and it seems pretty obvious something nefarious was going on in Delaware County.

The people in this supposed back room could have literally decided the election outcome and there was no one in the room to witness it.

The Gateway Pundit reports on an audit that explained all the different ways it would be possible for someone to corrupt the election results if they had access to the USB drive on an election laptop.

One way that it could be done is with “vote-stealing software.” This software looks for “undervotes on the ballot” and then marks those votes in for the candidate of the “hacker’s choice.”

Who do you suspect a hacker’s choice might be?

President Trump’s team doesn’t necessarily need to prove what was going on in that back room as long as they can prove that the suspicion is enough to force the county to do an audit or re-do the election altogether.

If we’re being honest, what America really needs here is a complete re-do. Get every single voter that can get to the polls out to the polls and re-do this thing.

There is just an overwhelming number of instances where we can reasonably suspect fraud has taken place.

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5 COMMENTS

  1. RECOUNT! The Pennsylvania legislature should not certify the result but order a recount or a revote! Anything less will not establish the credibility and trust in the voting system in Pennsylvania!

  2. Philadelphia has always been a bastion of machine politics , total “pay to play” system in place.Whats new?, this time it has the support of the main stream media.

  3. AMEN!!! The TRUTH WILL BE E TOLD!! Heads WILL ROLL!! The UNITED STATES WILL put an END TO CORRUPT CORRUPTION!! AND SEND A BIG MESSAGE AROUND THE WORLD! DON’T MESS WITH THE UNITED STATES!!!

  4. There has to be a computer tech in the USA that can create an election software program that cannot be manipulated!! This is needed more than ever due to the manipulation of the Dominion software program used in several states during the 2020 election.

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