Technical support from the company provided detailed instructions on how to connect Dominion ballot counting equipment to the internet, something that was initially denied but later verified to have happened on Election Day -- in violation of federal law.
The audio reveals that vote tally reporting methods varied from municipality to municipality, Wayne County, Mich. (Detroit), being one of the areas where Dominion machines were communicating with Frankfurt and elsewhere during the counting process.
In Detroit, there were 684 modems present at voting sites along with a "listener module" featuring a dedicated server with an encrypted TCP / IP protocol for internet connectivity. Both the tabulators and the "results transfer manager" were set to communicate with the ImageCast Listener Server "warehouse."
During the call, which you can listen to below, talk about this warehouse and those staffing it was mentioned multiple times, including the fact that it was staffed with Texas-based personnel. Other employees also referred to it as the "Chicago warehouse," even though it was located in Detroit.
Special "rovers" were also present to provide hardware swaps (ICP), though they were encouraged to do so discretely so as to avoid any "bad perception" as to what they were doing and why they were there.
At the 24:49 mark in the above video, you will hear the employees talking about resetting the ICP (ImageCast P) tabulator counts. They further discuss making sure that the "listeners" are reset at the beginning of the day after the testers have fun with the test tabulations to make sure that the machines are counting the votes correctly.
At the 26:56 mark, there is also talk about how there would be transmissions taking place during the middle of the day, which is not supposed to happen. One of the women is heard discussing how a modem would be unplugged, which is also not supposed to happen – not in a free and fair election, anyway.
The recording is rather long, but it is worth your while if you are interested in learning about how the game plan was put together before the election to secure the steal for Joe Biden.
All of this would explain why the Wayne County Board of Canvassers rushed ahead with certifying the results of its election, even though there were still many lingering questions and concerns about how the process was handled.
Many who were present at the time of the election observed all kinds of abnormalities and irregularities that were never addressed. Many of these were associated with the topics discussed during the Dominion call.
Poll books were altered, ballot counts were skewed, and machines were secretly communicating with outside third parties – a perfect recipe for the election heist we all witnessed.
Where it all goes from here remains to be seen, but we will continue to do our part to keep you informed about the latest developments. Despite how things appear, the election is far from over, and a whole lot could happen in the coming days that may shock the nation.
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