DePerno provides some very convincing data in this article.
According to him, an illegal implant exists that enables relatively easy contact between outside sources and Dominion machines.
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During War Room, he told Bannon that the computers were extremely easy to hack and that they could move votes in a variety of ways, including at the county level.
As part of a forensic audit in Antrim County, Michigan, DePerno discovered this material.
Breaking on War Room: Matt DePerno says they found unauthorized (by counties etc) SQL software on Dominion machines that could be used to manipulate the election data. SQL is a database management tool. Would be easy to create scripts, run them on data and then delete them.
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Forensic Evidence in Michigan Prove Voting Machines Had Unauthorized Implant to Circumvent Security https://t.co/53lmClo21v
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According to forensic images collected in December 2020, computers were wired to the internet and evidence of “even traces of international connections,” according to DePerno.
He told War Room on Wednesday, “We’re the only case in the country that’s been able to look at forensic photographs.” “We went into Antrim County on December 6, 2020, and captured forensic photographs of [Dominion’s] election management system. Since then, we’ve been researching them.”
According to DePerno and his colleagues, they have “proof that voting machines used in the 2020 elections can be hacked and votes easily moved from one candidate to another.”
I have also asked multiple clerk about their knowledge of ballot harvesting, and every one has responded with “talk to my lawyer.” https://t.co/dysBxAuvSb
— Matthew S. DePerno, Esq. (@mdeperno) May 5, 2021
The biggest "human error" in Antrim County, MI election? They thought they could get away with election fraud. See how it was done. George Behizy does a great job converting "geek speak" to "plain talk" in following video. https://t.co/CULLbB3pCO @Liz_Wheeler @LizHarrisMBA
— Patrick Colbeck✝️ (@pjcolbeck) May 5, 2021
The consulting firm hired by Arizona’s Republican-controlled Senate to perform an audit of the 2020 election in Maricopa County will also be involved in a lawsuit in Michigan.
The Florida-based Cyber Ninjas will be allowed to respond to a study that reaffirmed that early tabulation failures in Antrim County were caused by human error, not Dominion Voting Systems computer software, according to a judge in the ever-expanding Michigan case, which is also focusing on the 2020 election.
The plaintiff’s list of “expert witnesses” sent to Antrim County Circuit Judge Kevin Elsenheimer in response to a review by J. Alex Halderman, a professor of computer science and engineering at the University of Cincinnati.