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Whistle Blower Reveals Dominion Software Was Accessible To Obama-Linked Group That Endorsed Biden On Election Night

by Mike Santorini

Another explosive evidence on the alleged massive election fraud during the 2020 elections has been revealed. This time, a 21-year-old electronic intelligence analyst under the 305th Military Intelligence experienced with gathering SAM missile system electronic intelligence, signed an affidavit with Attorney Sidney Powell as an evidence on her deep investigation.

The declaration which was made public this week, says that within five days of the election, the young analyst was able to connect dominonvotingsystems.com that is Dominion’s propriety URL, to Belgrade, Iran, China, and Indivisible.org as reported by Gateway Pundit.

According to the news outlet, Indivisible.org is not a local church group, but a radical left group linked to former president Barack Obama, and endorsed Joe Biden during the campaign period. It is also an organization that obviously hates Trump, based on videos being released on their YouTube account that attempt to smear the president.

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Three weeks ago, the group had also released a video on the said platform declaring Joe Biden as the elected 46th president of the United States, even without the official announcement of proper authorities.

Earlier this week on Monday, retired Army Colonel Phil Waldron who is also a US cybersecurity expert first testified during the Arizona public hearing about the Dominion voting machines. He claimed that the Dominion systems were connected to the internet, contrary to what Dominion has been saying.

Waldron said that he discovered packets and traffic were sent to Frankfurt, Germany from the United States.

In other words, the American votes could easily be manipulated by foreign hackers.

In addition, Waldron revealed that not only did the “white hat hackers” see the data flowing to Germany on election night, but they also had a copy of the traffic and packets of data that were sent.

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