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Tough Time For Truth

  |   By Lou Dobbs Staff

Conservative Attorney Kurt Olsen says important evidence was presented in the Georgia election integrity case Curling v. Raffensperger, proof that tabulators can be used to manipulate an election and more importantly, that 2020 was affected by such manipulation. Every step of the way there have been efforts by voting machine companies and election officials to stop anyone from looking inside to learn how they work. For 200 years we had hand marked and counted paper ballots. It was done in the open. What is so secret that we aren’t allowed to know how voting machines process votes? They want us to trust but not verify. What are they trying to hide? In the courtroom, Prof. Alex Halderman demonstrated in seconds how easy it was to hack into a machine but said there was no evidence any vulnerabilities were exploited in 2020. In 2022, CISA issued a finding that vulnerabilities were not exploited. The truth is, they never looked. There are countries that refuse to use electronic voting machines such as Taiwan and France, and voting machines aren’t used in Canada for federal elections for this reason. Olsen said on Dec. 15, 2020, one month after our election, we had the largest breach of electronic equipment using SolarWinds software. It penetrated 15,000 companies and govt. agencies. All computers can be hacked and there’s nothing magical about voting machines. We’ve been told voting machines and tabulators are not online or hooked up to the internet. Olsen say they don’t have to be. The Curling case showed that those machines are in fact set up to be wireless.