Michigan Lawyer Makes Shocking Claim, Says Anonymous User “Remotely” Logged Into Election Systems

(Right Country) – The revelations about the stolen 2020 US presidential election just keep coming. Attorney Matthew DePerno in Michigan has just revealed that the election system there was accessed by an anonymous user “remotely,” days after the election.

This is major news. DePerno has previously asserted that evidence shows that the machines contained software that would allow someone to access and manipulate the results. He also said that it could be possible for someone to do this remotely.

Now it looks like DePerno has evidence that someone DID do this remotely.

DePerno has been fighting for an accurate and fair review of the election results in Michigan for months. The case started in Antrim County where Joe Biden was declared the winner of the historically Republican-leaning district.

Officials, however, later announced that there was “human error” and that President Trump had actually won the county.

Things have never seemed to add up, however, and Michigan was one of six states that stopped counting on Election Night in an unprecedented move never before seen. These six states were all being led by President Trump and when counting resumed they all miraculously flipped to Biden.

While DePerno’s lawsuit has been dismissed, actions are on hold because the judge said that he expects an appeal, which DePerno has made clear he plans to pursue.

His latest allegations will undoubtedly be part of that appeal. He shared his findings via a series of Twitter posts.

In the first, he said, “1. We have been lied to. The Antrim County election management system (EMS) was REMOTELY and successfully logged into anonymously on 11/05/2020 at 5:55 PM and again on 11/17/2020 at 5:16 PM. Yes, that is correct … REMOTELY.”

“2. Those dates are significant because they correspond directly to the dates the county and SOS were trying to correct the intentional computer problems that subverted the election. These logons appear to have escalated privileges at the time of logon. Again .. REMOTELY.”

In posts 3 and 4 he went on to point out that county officials insisted there “was no internet connection” but that turned out to be a lie. He also raised the obvious concern of the system being accessed by an anonymous user who did not possess a specific user name and password.

DePerno also called for corrupt Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson to “resign or be impeached.”

While he did not include any documented evidence proving his claims, he will likely present it as part of his appeal.

In earlier reports, DePerno explained that the machines could be reopened after an election had already taken place and more ballots could be run through the tabulator machines and election workers could “print off new tabulator tape with new ballots, and then backdate that tape to November.”

Things in Michigan certainly just don’t add up. It’s time for a full state forensic audit.

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