What the Media Is Hiding About the DHS’ Election Security Statement
After members of President Trump’s legal team detected what they believed to be statistical anomalies in the election results, they began to zero in on the company that manufactured the equipment used to tally the votes.
Dominion Voting Systems is one of three major vendors of voting machine equipment in America. Along with Election Systems & Software and Hart InterCivic, they provide over 90 percent of the hardware and software used to conduct elections in the U.S. Smartmatic is a company that provided voting software to many states in this election.
On November 12, the Election Infrastructure Government Coordinating Council (GCC) and the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) Executive Committees issued a joint statement in which they sought to assure voters of the integrity of the election. CISA is an agency of the Department of Homeland Security. The GCC is a “team working under the aegis” of CISA.
The statement began, “The November 3rd election was the most secure in American history.” It also said, “[t]here is no evidence that any voting system deleted or lost votes, changed votes, or was in any way compromised.”
Because CISA and GCC are part of DHS, Democrats and some Republicans now point to this statement as proof that no fraud occurred and that Trump should now concede the race to former Vice President Joe Biden.
A deeper look at anti-Trumper Christopher Krebs, the Director of CISA, and the individual responsible for issuing the election security statement, tells us that all may not be as it seems.
After releasing this statement, Krebs told the press that he expected to be fired and Trump did not disappoint.
Why did Trump fire Krebs? Because Krebs blew his cover as the press as been reporting?
On his Thursday podcast (episode #1397, below), Dan Bongino explained a few inconvenient, and well-documented, truths.
1. For starters, according to The Epoch Times’ Jeff Carlson:
What the agency failed to disclose, however, is that Dominion is a member of CISA’s Election Infrastructure Sector Coordinating Council, one of two entities that authored the statement put out by CISA.
In addition, Smartmatic, a separate voting machine company that has been the subject of additional concerns, is another member.
2. Exactly one year ago, The Hill reported that CISA announced they “would partner with election officials and private sector groups to develop an election auditing tool that can be used to help ensure the accuracy of votes in 2020.” They would be “partnering with non-profit group VotingWorks on an open-source software tool known as Arlo, which is provided to state and local election officials for free.”
The Hill piece cites a quote from a statement made by CISA Director Christopher Krebs. “Heading into 2020, we’re exploring all possible ways that we can support state and local election officials while also ensuring that Americans across the country can confidently cast their votes.”
3. Who is VotingWorks?
Independent journalist Kyle Becker tells us. “An election auditing firm used in swing states with ties to MAJOR left-wing groups.”
In the article below, we learn that, “In April 2020, responding to the COVID pandemic, VotingWorks announced it would be providing technological assistance to states and local jurisdictions seeking to scale up voting by mail opportunities.
“VotingWorks was created within and incubated by the left-leaning Center for Democracy and Technology (CDT). CDT’s major donors include large left of center foundations, including George Soros’ Foundation to Promote Open Society, the Ford Foundation and the MacArthur Foundation.”
Dan makes clear that none of this proves that fraud occurred.
That said, he asks, “Does it mean there could be fraud? An investigation could tell…[But] what the hell is the government [doing], at any level, partnering with a group that’s taking money from far left groups?’
I think most of us are asking the same question. Dan continues:
You’re the DHS. I don’t want money from right or left-leaning groups in a vote auditing system. Conservative, liberal, whatever. There should be no partisanship at all. Vote auditing should be about vote auditing.
Why are we partnering with people from left leaning groups, no less funded by a known liberal billionaire who has funded liberal causes all around the country?
Did you ever think for a moment that that would cause a bit of skepticism?
We live in the greatest country on earth and we are rapidly descending into third world republic status.