Whoopsie: Biden Administration Admits Dominion Machines Can Be Hacked
Well, this must be embarrassing for the criminal Biden regime. Steve Deace of The Blaze TV summed the situation up nicely when he tweeted: “Who’s gonna apologize to Mike Lindell?” Great question, since the federal government under LOL-81-Million Biden just admitted that Dominion Voting Systems machines in 16 states are vulnerable to hacking.
For the past year and a half, the mainstream media and the Democrat Party have claimed that this was part of “The Big Lie.” It was a crazy debunked conspiracy theory! But now the Biden regime is publicly admitting that Mike Lindell and the rest of us were right all along.
The Associated Press in Georgia reports that Dominion voting machines have “software vulnerabilities that leave them susceptible to hacking if left unaddressed.” You don’t say!
Because it seems like, if memory serves, the Associated Press and all other media outlets have spent the past 18 months telling us that Mike Lindell and everyone else concerned about these Dominion machines is a conspiracy kook. We were all drink the “Trump Kool-Aid,” they said. We were insurrectionists who believe The Big Lie!
What’s the Associated Press’s source for this information, you might wonder? The Biden regime!
The Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) is sounding the alarm about Dominion machines ahead of the 2022 midterms. (I have some thoughts on this.) CISA is a Department of Homeland Security sub-agency. That means it’s under the control of the Executive branch. In other words, a federal agency under Joe Biden’s control is the source admitting that Dominion machines are a major threat to election security. Whoopsie!
CISA has announced that it has finally found nine security vulnerabilities in the machines and is recommending immediate changes to fix those problems. The AP says that there’s so much “misinformation” out there about the 2020 election that CISA is trying to not alarm the public, while also claiming that the Dominion machines used in 16 states are a hot mess for potential election theft.
CISA even states in its newly released report on the Dominion machines that there is “no evidence” the loopholes – which have been there all along – have been exploited in any past elections. Uh huh. Sure.
Mike Lindell is not a crazy person. He has risked his fortune and his reputation for a year and a half to try to get anyone in power and especially the US Supreme Court to listen to him.
If I’m being totally honest, it’s hard to cover the evidence that Lindell has found with his team of cybersecurity experts because it’s so difficult to explain in layman’s terms. Many of us – myself included – have trouble following the story of what happened with these machines. But none of us have doubted for a moment that Lindell was onto something. He was. We all knew he was, because the lying Enemy of the People media kept telling us he was a kook without ever actually debunking his claims and the findings of his team of experts.
Why in heaven’s name were these machines transferring electronic votes to another country (Spain) in order to count them on machines over there – and then transferring the results back to the United States? Why did the media keep telling us over and over and over again that these machines can’t be connected to the internet when we all knew that they can?
Why did Dominion Voting Systems file a lawsuit against Mike Lindell for one billion dollars in a clear bid to completely destroy him and his company MyPillow? If Mike Lindell had been lying, Dominion could have cleared the whole thing up a year ago. Let an independent third-party auditor examine some of their machines that were used in the election. But Dominion never did that.
They refused to let anyone look at their machines and then sued anybody who said that something was rotten about the 2020 election. They could have been transparent about their role in a public election, as I’m pretty sure is required under the law in every state where their machines are used. But they didn’t do that either.
Instead, they claimed that any independent audit of their machines would result in their proprietary secret code being stolen. The Biden administration won’t say that was all a lie. But it’s a pretty big deal that one of their own agencies now says these machines are vulnerable. If states begin tossing these machines in the trash and vow to never use them in elections again, wouldn’t we all take that as a win?