Dominion Voting Systems’ server connected to China and Iran

A for­mer mil­i­tary intel­li­gence ana­lyst claims to have “unam­bigu­ous evi­dence” that the Domin­ion Vot­ing Sys­tems servers were both acces­si­ble to and com­pro­mised by rogue actors like Iran and Chi­na thanks to dig­i­tal foren­sic analysis.

The claim appeared in an affi­davit that accom­pa­nied attor­ney Sid­ney Powell’s 75-page law­suit against offi­cials in Michi­gan includ­ing Gov­er­nor Gretchen Whit­mer, Sec­re­tary of State Joce­lyn Ben­son and the Board of State Can­vassers. The com­plaint, which was filed on Novem­ber 25, says the affi­davit was authored by an ex-elec­tron­ics intel­li­gence ana­lyst who is in the 305th U. S. Mil­i­tary Intel­li­gence Bat­tal­ion and alleged­ly shows that “the Domin­ion soft­ware was accessed by agents act­ing on behalf of Chi­na and Iran in order to mon­i­tor and manip­u­late elec­tions, includ­ing the most recent U.S. gen­er­al elec­tion in 2020.”

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