By Patrick Colbeck

The 2020 Election was hacked. To be sure, there was plenty of Chicago-style “traditional” election theft in the works but, the lion share of vote theft was hidden in the bits and bytes world of information technology.

To get a rudimentary understanding of how this high tech theft occurred, watch this video on Diebold voting systems from over six years ago.

How is Diebold pertinent to today’s voting systems?

Premier Election Solutions, formerly Diebold Election Systems, Inc. (DESI),[1] was a subsidiary of Diebold that makes and sells voting machines.

In 2009, it was sold to competitor ES&S. In 2010, Dominion Voting Systems purchased the primary assets of Premier, including all intellectual property, software, firmware and hardware for Premier’s current and legacy optical scan, central scan, and touch screen voting systems, and all versions of the GEMS election management system from ES&S.


So, how does a modern Dominion Voting System work?

Watch this demonstration of a Dominion voting machine setup.

So, what are the implications for the 2020 Election?

In a nutshell, there is substantive evidence the the 2020 Election was hacked.

Interested in knowing how?

Please watch the following expert testimony by Russ Ramsland of Allied Security Systems.

In light of this information, the logical next question is what are we going to do about it?

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4 thoughts on “How the 2020 Election Was Hacked”
  1. I applaud your work. Biden must be stopped and the evidence of fraud is obvious to anyone with eyes to see.

  2. I’m all in for doing what needs to be done to fix this, if we don’t ALL future elections will be handed to the democrats.

  3. I saw one time different countries who use dominion machine where is this on this site, it show Puerto Rico elections in 2015. Thank You for all your work.

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