Last weekend, Sidney Powell broke the news when she claimed the lawsuits in Georgia on behalf of Trump would be “biblical.”
Indeed, the entire election can be referenced to the bible. Pastors refer to the Book of Daniel, the times of Jeremiah, King Nebuchadnezzar, and several other prophetic books.
Georgia’s Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger, who claims to be a “passionate Trump supporter” yet acts otherwise, could be cast as Judas.
According to Atlanta Journal-Constitution (AJC), an explosive investigation is currently ongoing regarding the Dominion Voting Machines (DVM) and the Raffensperger’s role in downplaying the security of the machines.
In October, the AJC said that Raffensperger’s office weakened the system’s security, disabling password protections on a vital component that controls who is allowed to vote.
AJC further said that on October 12th, days before the early voting started, the Secretary of State’s office pushed out new software to the 30,000 voting machines through hundred thumb-drives that experts claim are prone to infection with malware.
The article said the new software’s features make it vulnerable to hacking could “not be detected without an audit after the election.”
The software’s feature verifies the voter’s selections as a paper ballot, and then the election official feds the ballot into an optical scanner. The scanner does not record the ballot’s text and instead reads “an unencrypted quick response” or QR code indecipherable to the human eye.
According to the AJC, such a feature makes tampering possible in the individual voting machines or even infiltrate the central election system. Hackers could tamper and alter the barcodes to change the votes without a trace.
What then was the software update’s purpose, and why did Secretary of State Raffensperger and Governor Kemp splurge more than $100 million to roll out the Dominion voting software?
The AJC called the rollout in Georgia, “the largest rollout of election equipment in US history.”
On Friday, Secretary of State Raffensperger and Governor Kemp certified the Georgia election results, which were deemed useless since it simply recounted the unaudited vote tallies.
In a news conference, Raffensperger boasted his engineering background, saying, “Numbers don’t lie.”
Like in Minnesota, the shift is controversial, considering that Trump carried Georgia by 211,141 in 2016.
Thanks to Dominion and the governor and Secretary of State’s leadership, Georgia was delivered to a corrupt man, who often calls himself “Joe Biden’s husband.”