Army Has Seized Servers in Germany Tied to Dominion Voting Systems

Army Has Seized Servers in Germany Tied to Dominion Voting Systems
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Despite the mainstream media and Big Tech’s best efforts to suppress the information regarding the election fraud. Significant evidence still keeps slipping through. On Saturday, Representative Louie Gohmert confirmed on Newsmax that a software company known as Scytl has been collecting election data through Spain. Although it wasn’t supposed to be doing it. The headquarters in Spain was raided by a large US army force and the servers in Frankfurt, Germany seized.

Scytl is a Barcelona-based software company that sells election software in more than 20 countries, including the USA, Mexico, France, Norway, Switzerland, Austria, BiH, and India.

According to the company’s website:

Scytl is the worldwide leader in secure electronic voting, election management and election modernization solutions. Our solutions incorporate unique cryptographic protocols that ensure maximum security, transparency and auditability in all types of elections. Scytl’s groundbreaking electoral security technology is protected by international patents and enables organizations to electronically carry out all types of electoral processes in a completely secure and auditable manner, positioning the company as the global leader in the industry.

From Forbes’ article in 2017:



Scytl:  Founded in 2001 in Spain, Scytl organized 12 state-wide implementations, and its technologies were used in another 980 U.S. jurisdictions in 28 states, during the 2016 General Election. Specializing in online voting and elections solutions, the company’s products include online voter registration services, poll worker management, and electronic ballot delivery. Its online voting services employ end-to-end encryption, vote return cords, and a bulletin board audit service. Scytl’s customers include France’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the European Green Party, the Parliament of the European Union and the Swiss Canton of Fribourg. In January 2012, the company bought SOE Software. Scytl also holds more than 40 patents and patent applications. In 2008, the company became the first online voting company to receive certification from the Florida Department of State.

However, the company was declared bankrupt just in June of this year. The company filed for bankruptcy as part of a broader analysis of security vulnerabilities associated with digital voting.

Andrea Widburg from American Thinker also claimed that Scytl has — or possibly had — connections to Soros and the Democratic party. Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen’s Vulcan Capital has also invested $40 million in Scytl, and other sources also claim that Bill Gates owns stock at Scytl.

When the United States government confirmed that the Dominion Voting System was involved in the election fraud, intelligence agencies were instructed to search for its servers. They found it in Germany, but the CIA was excluded from the operation.



By obtaining the company’s servers, the US government will have firsthand evidence of the electoral fraud: when the ballot-counting was stopped; who gave the instruction to stop ballot-counting; and who initiated the algorithm which enabled to switch votes.

President Trump’s attorney, Lin Wood also tweeted in response to this report.