Dominion Machines’ Secret Backdoor Discovered in Michigan – This Could Change Everything
An assessment of the Dominion machines used in the Pennsylvania election were found to have a Microsoft SQL database on them back in February.
The reason this is important is because there is no reason that it should be on there in the first place. Dominion also basically kept it a secret by not filling out the proper forms for this being on the machines.
Well, lo and behold they’ve found it once again, this time it’s on the machines in Michigan.
What this software does is it allows anyone who has the proper access privileges to change the values of the database. This, in turn, would directly alter the outcome of the election and there would be no traces left behind that anything took place.
On May 3, 2021, Attorney Matthew DePerno posted a court briefing alleging the election had been hacked.
DePerno pointed to the presence of a deliberately installed, unapproved-for-election-systems software tool, in Antrim County, Michigan:
“Cyber Ninjas discovered a Microsoft SQL Server Management Studio implant on the system.
“This piece of software is not approved by the Election Assistance Commission (‘EAC’) and allows a user to actually circumvent security protocol and make ‘direct edit entries within the database’ which ‘could potentially be utilized to change vote values.’”
“Perhaps most importantly, this software is a ‘separate install.’ In other words, it should not be on the system. It is, by its very definition, a hacking tool.”
One thing that I’m really curious about is just how many machines this database is on and if only the swing states where we saw irregularities have this on their machines.
Like I’ve said before, there needs to be something completely different done for our election. I do like how they are watermarking some ballots now (potentially), but I don’t think it’s enough. I think it needs to go even further if we’re going to be able to guarantee fair elections going forward.
Sources: Dr. Danielle Blumenthal