Dominion voting machines WERE connected to internet during the election, exchanging data with Frankfurt
By Ethan Huff // Dec 02, 2020

Cybersecurity expert Phil Waldron, a retired Army colonel, has revealed that Dominion Voting Systems machines were, in fact, connected to the internet during the 2020 election.


Speaking during a public hearing in Arizona on Monday, Waldron, the first of lawyer Rudy Giuliani's witnesses to give testimony, stated on record that he personally knows how to "get in and corrupt" Dominion machines. Waldron also knows for a fact that Dominion machines were communicating with the covert CIA facility in Frankfurt when fake votes suddenly appeared out of nowhere for Joe Biden.

The most common software used in Dominion machines is Smartmatic or an associated derivative, Waldron further revealed. Dominion's user guides also explain how the process works, offering a play-by-play as to how they can be controlled and their data altered from halfway around the world.

"The Dominion suite user manual is about an inch and a half thick," Waldron stated.

"My team went back through the user manual and looked at all the instances where in the user's manual it tells operators to connect the ethernet cords to the router, and it is, the systems are connected to the internet."

Waldron and his team determined after looking at the spirographs on the Dominion network on Election Day that there was "increased web traffic" proving that the machines were communicating without outside sources.

"In a nutshell, these systems are not what you've been told, if you've been told anything," Waldron further revealed.

"There is no transparency of how the voter information is processed, moved, and stored. And, as a matter of fact, these companies have refused to allow any type of inspection into their code and they always decry, it's our IP, it's IP protection."

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Election fixers used "Q snatch" to change votes from Trump to Biden

A poll watcher from Detroit by the name of Patrick Colbeck corroborated Waldron's claims, explaining that while present at the ballot counting facility, he personally observed that Dominion machines were connected to the internet.

This makes sense as, according to Waldron, Dominion machines "were built to be manipulated."

"They've been used in elections around the world with questionable results," he says. "We believe that these same questionable results are present in this election."

Thanks to the backdoor access that was installed into Dominion machines by the likes of Eric Coomer, a Trump-hating member of Antifa, administrators with the appropriate credentials can "easily" access the system and thwart votes with minimal effort.

At the 2019 Def Con event, hackers demonstrated this in real time, showing how it takes minimal effort to hack Dominion machines in a matter of minutes.

A malware program known as "Q snatch" is said to record login credentials and, when activated by the right person, produce a username and password for access into the system.

"Hackers have the ability to download spreadsheets of votes, change them, and re-upload them," writes Zachary Stieber for The Epoch Times.

In Michigan, for instance, this process was used to change votes from Donald Trump to Joe Biden, resulting in a Biden "win" in the state. It was also used elsewhere for the same purpose.

Meanwhile, the Department of Homeland Security's Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency, along with other members of the Election Infrastructure Government Coordinating Council, insist that no election fraud occurred, and that the 2020 election "was the most secure in American history."

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