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A federal judge is considering whether to release a sealed report by a computer security expert who reviewed Dominion Voting Systems equipment after Georgia’s top election official and its governor urged action.
The report was conducted by University of Michigan computer security expert J. Alex Halderman and was filed last summer under seal in a federal court case that alleges hackers had “the capability” and “easy access” to voting machines in Georgia, according to the Epoch Times.
Little has been released in public about the report though the Atlanta Constitution-Journal has reported it found hackers could change votes if they penetrated the machines...
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"JUDGE CONSIDERS RELEASING EXPERT REPORT ON DOMINION VOTING MACHINES IN GEORGIA" Yeah, OK. Let us know when he makes up his mind.
I'm considering whether or not to read any more of this crap.
The judgey-boy likely sending up his own flags for bribe offers from polluted and corrupt dems. Old and known trick among scammers and grifters.
What's to consider?
My first question is, "Why was the report sealed?"... My second question is, "Who ordered it sealed?" My third question is, "If the AJC found that votes could be changed, wouldn't Dominion and the Ballot counters know this ahead of time?"
My vote was disenfranchised during the primary in GA on the Dominion machines. After casting my vote the machine printed a ballot for my review that did NOT have my votes recorded. If the QR code had my vote recorded there was NO way for me to see who I had voted for.