Several USB flash drives (USB) in multiple swing states were reported missing or suspiciously inserted into the voting systems used in the elections.
A house in Arizona was raided on November 5, and a USB was obtained along with hard drives and computers.
What did an individual do with these items just a couple of days after the election?
At the State Farm Arena in Fulton County, Georgia, we identified numerous activities where USBs were suspiciously transferred among election staff. One was a strange pass between a mother and her daughter, two election workers who became famous due to their suspicious activities during the election.
Another suspicious pass occurred with a guy we labeled as “USB Guy”.
In Gwinnett County, an official admitted taking data from the election management system, connecting it to a laptop, and then filtering it with Excel. This circumvented the rules that external software is not allowed on election machines. However, instead of bothering with this activity, Georgia election director of functions (or whatever his title), Gabe Sterling went out to the media to report on this.
On October 1, 2020, it was reported that an election laptop and USB sticks had been stolen in Pennsylvania.
On November 12, just days after the election, a report from the Trump team was released stating that outsiders with USB and VCards were allowed to enter. Pennsylvania counting areas without observers present.
In late November in Pennsylvania, a very credible witness described how he personally observed dozens of USB cards being uploaded to voting machines, resulting in 50,000 votes for Joe Biden in a short period of time. (It may be the same person referred to in the previous report).
We reported a lack of flash memory in Milwaukee at the same time as the city recorded 120,000 votes, all for Joe Biden, on the morning of November 4th.
One IT expert contacted us a few days after the election and shared some information about the voting systems used in the U.S. election. This IT expert located a previous audit report of an audit of the Dominion voting system in California. In the audit report, the state of California showed a high-level diagram of the Dominion system, which is probably similar to that established in Pennsylvania and elsewhere.
This diagram showed that there are laptops or workstations on site that some of the workers can access after the images on the ballot have been scanned. Our expert stated that he did not stop thinking about the USB drives and I immediately noticed this is where election data (i.e., falsified/falsified images) could be inserted or changed.
When a USB number is missing or lost in one place, the appropriate answer would be for the place or district where the USBs were missing to replace all USBs in the places or districts with credentials similar to the missing USBs. There is no indication that this happened in the 2020 elections.
Also, by a discussion with a top security expert, the protocol related to USB transfer in Arizona and other states seems to have changed for this election. Instead of individuals from each location carrying USB to tab centers and signing up for their activities offering the right chain of control, something different took place this year. Individuals from the state or some election-related entity picked up the USBs everywhere and transported them to the place where the results were tabulated. The reason for this change was blamed on COVID or rather, COVID was used to make this change.
This whole scenario opened the door to the manipulation of votes via USB before they were delivered to the place where they were going to be counted.
The guard and security of the USBs used in the 2020 elections were very weak or even absent. There is evidence showing a pattern of USB abuse in the swing states where Biden finally got the win.
Source: The Gateway Pundit