Konnech, a Michigan-based election management company, was just exposed for sending all of its political donations to Biden and other Democrats – and not a single Republican.
The company, which managed software used to organize poll workers in Los Angeles County, is reportedly now "part of an investigation into the possible theft of personal identifying information of those workers," local authorities confirmed.
The Los Angeles County District Attorney's office says that Konnech was "supposed to securely maintain the data and that only United States citizens and permanent residents have access to it." However, it was determined that the company instead stored that information on Chinese Communist Party (CCP) servers.
This prompted the arrest of Konnech CEO Eugene Yu, we are told. (Related: Remember when Biden promised to "collaborate" with communist China if installed into the White House?)
Reports explain that nearly 50 political donations were made to Biden and other Democrats by Konnech staff, including Eugene Yu. Forty-nine of these donations totaling $1,897.69 came from three employees in addition to Yu: Business Development Manager Laura Potter; Product Director Eric Staats; and Chief Operation Officer Aaron Brown.
Brown reportedly made a $75 donation to Biden's presidential campaign on Oct. 30, 2020, despite the fact that the firm took in cash grants from federal and state agencies to assist with election infrastructure beginning in 2010.
Staats donated twice to the 2020 presidential campaign of Bernie Sanders, a Vermont independent who aligns himself with far-left political causes and policies.
Konnech workers also sent cash to Alabama Sen. Doug Jones, Georgia Sen. Jon Ossoff, and two-time failed presidential wannabe Hillary Clinton's 2016 running mate Tim Kaine.
According to the Federal Election Commission (FEC) database, Yu personally sent five political donations totaling $1,550 to two Democratic candidates: congressional hopeful Janice Winfrey and Sen. Debbie Stabenow.
The revelations were unearthed following a recent lawsuit filed by Konnech against True the Vote, an election integrity organization that alleged Konnech is "owned by the Chinese Communist Party."
A judge in the case granted Konnech a temporary restraining order against True the Vote leaders Catherine Engelbrecht and Gregg Phillips.
"Biden is a Chinese stooge," wrote a Natural News reader about how "China Joe," as many now call him, is clearly under some level of influence and control by the CCP.
"Control the information, control the world," wrote another.
Concerning the arrest of Eugene Yu, Georgia Public Broadcasting (GPB News) reported that district attorney George Gascón "found probable cause to believe that Konnech allegedly violated this contract by storing critical information that the workers provided on servers in China."
Yu's arrest hinged upon "suspicion of theft of personal identifying information" about poll workers in Los Angeles.
"We intend to hold all those responsible for this breach accountable," Gascón added in a statement.
NPR was able to obtain court documents filed against Yu indicating that he has been charged in Los Angeles County "with the extraditable crime of Embezzlement of Public Funds." Michigan authorities also charged him with being a "misdemeanor fugitive from justice," for which he has a court date on October 25.
Gascón, by the way, is a Democrat himself. He clarified at a recent news conference his belief that the information allegedly held on servers in communist China "is not – I repeat, it is not – related to election material or voter information."
True the Vote also issued a statement indicating that it is "honored to have played a small role in what must have been a wide-ranging and complex investigation."
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