Homeland Security Admits Dominion Voting Systems Have Inherent Vulnerabilities Easily Manipulated by Local Election Officials

Last week we highlighted how the U.S. intelligence community public relations firm, The Washington Post, was getting out ahead of an election security report. {GO DEEP} There was a blitz of media reporting with transparent timing in advance of the Dept of Homeland Security (DHS), Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA), releasing their findings of Dominion voting systems.

Late Friday the DHS report and advisory was released [SEE HERE].  Within the advisory CISA admitted there are major vulnerabilities within the Dominion electronic voting system.  However, they also claim there is “no evidence that these vulnerabilities have been exploited in any elections,” and they base that on a very thin defense.

The DHS-CISA claim toward the security of the Dominion system is predicated on the assertion that in order to modify the voting results, the local election officials would have to be participating in the election manipulation, therefore the systems are safe.  Seriously, that’s the statement.

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Our country cannot continue with so much nonsense like this. China is ready to swoop down on us now more than ever due to US rampant official malfeasance and incompetence. We see it in virtually every federal department and agency, and most states are no better. ABN

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