Expert Jovan Pulitzer revealed to the world Wednesday that his team successfully breached voting machines that are being used in the Georgia runoff elections and confirmed that the machines are connected to the Internet, as President Trump’s allies have argued. Pulitzer made the announcement at a Georgia Senate hearing Wednesday as Trump fights to expose the voter fraud in the 2020 election that he believes swung the race to Joe Biden. National File learned that the expert witness is a Stanford researcher with over 60 published papers.
U.S. Senator Josh Hawley will join the effort to challenge the Electoral College certification in Washington, D.C. on January 6, thus forcing a congressional vote on the certification. (READ: Whistleblower Reveals Biden Tied to Dominion Machines Scam In Serbia). Expert Russell Ramsland, who investigated machines in Michigan, recently said that “It looks like it’s going to prove out to be correct that in Georgia there is a “smart thermostat” that is talking to the tabulations and reporting the votes back to China. And that was traced by a Microsoft engineer and he brought it to our attention yesterday. So that’s being monitored.”
Georgia has been a mess during the 2020 election overtime period, with Republican governor Brian Kemp seemingly fighting President Trump’s efforts to get a proper audit of the votes. Kemp’s former chief of staff is a lobbyist for Dominion Voting Systems, the object of much criticism during this tumultuous constitutional crisis.
“At this very moment at a polling location in the county, not only do we now have access to the devices through the poll pad — the system — but we are in,” Pulitzer said, confirming that “It’s receiving data and sending data.”
Pulitzer said that the wifi was open to the “Dominion poll pad.” This offers even more substance to what Trump lawyer Rudy Giuliani has said, that the machines were connected live to the Internet on election night, November 3, and broadcasting voter information overseas. Giuliani is vindicated, and Trump allies have even more momentum now ahead of January 6.
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