Dominion Voting Systems is accused of electoral fraud in the United States of gigantic proportions, nevertheless, it has not stopped its controversial and perhaps criminal actions, recently one of its technicians erased the data stored in a machine in Fulton County, Georgia.
The case occurred when Dominion’s mobile server stopped working despite being recently purchased, so one of its technicians was called in.
“Technicians from Dominion have been dispatched to resolve the issue,” said Fulton County officials, who also notified the secretary of state’s office, according to The Gateway Pundit of Nov. 30.
“The Georgia Secretary of State’s office has also been alerted to the issue and is aware of efforts to resolve the problem,” officials said.
Rep. Barry Loudermilk (R-Ga.), said that in addition to the server being down, the data was deleted by the Fulton County employee, apparently by mistake, The Gateway Pundit quoted Newsmax as saying.
The cases are multiplying every day and require more attention.
Today, President Donald Trump announced that a judge in Nevada ordered an audit of the system used to count the votes, which in principle would be very encouraging in the search for electoral transparency.
“A judge in Nevada has ordered Clark County officials to allow an inspection of the elections equipment and sealed containers used in the 2020 election by 1:00 P.M. tomorrow [Dec. 2],” President Trump tweeted.
A judge in Nevada has ordered Clark County officials to allow an inspection of the elections equipment and sealed containers used in the 2020 election by 1:00 P.M. tomorrow. @RichardGrenell @AdamLaxalt @mschlapp
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) December 1, 2020
However, one of President Trump’s loyal followers, the Twitter user @CodeMonkeyZ, was quick to offer his advice in anticipation of unwanted interventions that might obstruct the truth, as happened in Fulton County. “Who is doing the inspection? Contact me as soon as possible and I’ll give you a list of things to look for.”
Who is doing the inspection? Contact me asap and I will give you a list of things to look for.
— Ron (@CodeMonkeyZ) December 1, 2020
And, in fact, the amount of information to be reviewed and taken into account is of such overwhelming dimensions, after more than 150 million votes were obtained, that it is very difficult to coordinate a team that can attend to all cases.
This is where Americans with a high sense of patriotism appear ready to help, as is the case with @CodeMonkeyZ, who is even coordinating those who want to actively participate in the defense of their electoral rights.
“Follow the #DominionWatch hashtag for updates, live streams, and communication between people on the ground at the Dominion storage facilities in Georgia” tweeted this patriot who was joined by other citizens in the spirit of helping.
“We need to maintain constant livestreams and people on the ground watching for about 10 days at three locations,” he tweeted.
Follow the #DominionWatch hashtag for updates, live streams, and communication between people on the ground at the Dominion storage facilities in Georgia.
We need to maintain constant livestreams and people on the ground watching for about 10 days at three locations.
— Ron (@CodeMonkeyZ) November 30, 2020
It is not enough for President Trump’s legal team to uncover the fraudulent cases that occurred in the election process, or for the lawsuits to be filed and justice to be done by judges, if the people involved in the deception continue to commit their crimes.
Judge Timothy Batten, on Nov. 29, after much hesitation, prohibited “the alteration, destruction, or erasure of any software or data on any Dominion voting machine” in Cobb, Gwinnett, and Cherokee counties, which is apparently not being enforced.
A Twitter user showed that Dominion is apparently transporting the machines from Gwinnett County, according to @MattJohnson.
— Matt Johnstone 🇺🇸 Nunquam Non Paratus (@MattJohnstone10) November 30, 2020
Johnson woke up a wave of enthusiastic people willing to support him, with coffee, blankets, and cellphone chargers to follow his surveillance of Dominion’s truck movements.