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Did Dems Cheat In Colorado in 2020 Election?, 3822
Good evening, I’m still reporting on the coup.
Well, the various battleground states are finally getting to the bottom of how leftists took control of the 2020 Presidential election.
But now, even though Colorado was not one of the big 5 battleground states, those of us who followed the election closely know that we all felt going in, that Colorado was definitely in play for a big upset by Trump’s monster vote.
A new report by two of this nation’s most respected cyber security experts, has found in Mesa County, Colorado, significant evidence of vote manipulation by electronic voting system. The tampering broke the chain of evidence and vote authentication to the point where the entire system in Mesa County is not only judged to be non-compliant with Federal Voting System Standards which are mandatory in Colorado, but proof of manipulation.
These experts have produced a report entitled, “Mesa County, Colorado Voting Systems Report #3, Election Database and Data Process Analysis.”
Only one of the investigators who authored the report has been named, Doug Gould. Gould worked for AT&T for 31 years and was their Chief Cyber Security Strategist. He has a long resume of catching cyber criminals on the behalf of federal and state governments.
According to ace reporter Emerald Robinson, there were 5 key findings. Here is a brief summary of each.
#1 – Creation of multiple databases – The Mesa County voting system server should have had only three databases, however the forensic investigation revealed that there were two additional hidden databases and ballot records were moved between them, breaking the chain of evidence needed to be compliant with Federal Voting System Standards which are mandatory under Colorado law.
“It is akin to having two sets of accounting records in a business, to hide fraudulent and illegal financial transactions.”
#2 – Shadow databases – There was a pattern of multiple illegal databases found in not only 2020 election records, but also in 2021 election records.
“Slight variations in the method of ballot and batch record copying between databases reinforces the conclusion that the manipulation was deliberate.”
These hidden and illegal databases alone are evidence of manipulation.
#3 – The shadow database compiled partial voting records in such a way as to make post-election authentication impossible.
“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.”
#4 – Not accidental.
“There are no listed, authorized features and procedures, or even the ability through a combination of features and procedures on the electronic voting systems to instruct or enable election officials to manipulate ballot records and vote count databases in the manner discovered.“
#5 – “Illegal certification of Colorado electronic voting systems: Because the electronic voting system in Mesa County, Colorado was not only vulnerable and exposed to manipulation, including the systematic destruction of election records, and proof of actual manipulation, the voting system could not possibly have met the requirements of the Federal Voting System Standards mandated by Colorado statute.”
Entire batches of ballots are missing from the final total.
“This is proof that somebody deliberately omitted those batches of votes in the shadow database. They didn’t want them included in the final vote tally.
All of those votes were simply not counted in the 2020 election.”
I’m still reporting from just outside the citadel of world freedom, good day.
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