A report on Substack claims that evidence has been found to show how the 2020 elections were stolen in one county – without election officials being aware that it was happening.
A new report from two cybersecurity experts who have reviewed all the election data from Mesa County, Colorado shows that a second and illegal database was secretly installed and used to manipulate votes in the 2020 election.
The report — officially called Mesa County Colorado Voting Systems Report #3 — was written by experts who analyzed all the data from Mesa County’s election server, which was saved before the Colorado Secretary of State and the electronic voting machine company “overwrote” and wiped away the contents of the server’s hard drive.
The report describes exactly how the electronic voting machines were used to change votes in the 2020 election — without election officials being aware of any fraud.
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The Mesa County voting system server should have had three databases in its election project for each election. But in Mesa County’s system, two additional databases were found for two separate elections. The existence of those additional databases, and the movement of ballot records between them, breaking the chain of evidence needed for ballot and vote authentication is proof of voting system non-compliance with Federal Voting System Standards mandatory under Colorado law, and proof of manipulation. This is akin to having two sets of accounting records in a business, to hide fraudulent and illegal financial transactions.
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Once ballot images and records were moved, deleted, manipulated, and re-copied, the chain of evidence was broken. Digital files required to verify ballot image authenticity simply did not exist in the new databases. It makes it impossible to verify the authenticity of so many ballot records. Now election results cannot be determined from the voting system records.
There’s more at the link.
I think the most important aspect of this incident may not be confined to Mesa County, or even to Colorado. If this pattern can be established for all Dominion voting machines, it means they can all be investigated before and after any election – provided they’re secured against unauthorized access – and the results they provide can be checked against the additional databases. If all of them display the same patterns as observed in Mesa County, it’ll be the clearest possible proof of electoral fraud.
In that light, I was intrigued to read about a possible new voting technology – or, rather, the application of outside technology – that might render almost all electoral fraud impractical.
Redo Voting is a hybrid of existing secure document technology used by state lotteries, combined with government-level encryption. The result is a voting system that is paper-based, but uses a web browser for data entry. A great example of this is your state’s lottery program. 45 states currently have a state-wide lottery, and because of the massive amounts of money that pass through that system the security is the best available this side of military encryption. If that were “hackable,” billions would be stolen on a regular basis; but it does not happen. We use the same technology and processes.
Again, more at the link, and well worth reading. If this technology is as foolproof as its developers claim, it might make our elections a great deal more secure and trustworthy. It would certainly bypass voting tabulation machines and systems that might be “hacked”.
I’ll be interested to see who’s in favor of this new technology, and who’s opposed to it. The latter may potentially be the beneficiaries of electoral fraud under the present system, and presumably won’t want to lose that advantage.