The combined action of several Twitter users discovered that the cellphone modems used in the voting machines of controversial Dominion Voting Systems are manufactured by a Chinese company.

This fact is a “major national security issue” for renowned writer Joe Hoft, brother of the founder of The Gateway Pundit, as published on Dec. 7. 

CellGo cellular modems, manufactured by eDevice, are listed in the inventory of equipment used in Calhoun County, Michigan. 

A modem is a component that transmits digital information over the internet network and converts it into an analog signal, allowing access, monitoring, and possibly manipulation of voting machines and results in real time.

Also, with these devices, Dominion teams manage the communication with the central results reporting server

Dominion is embroiled in serious allegations of vote-counting fraud on Election Day, on Nov. 3. 

The specialized lawyers of the Trump campaign, Rudy Giuliani and Jenna Ellis revealed interference by foreign powers like Iran and the Chinese Communist Party (CCP).  

The company eDevice, based in Bordeaux, France, was acquired in 2016 by the company iHealth, a U.S. subsidiary of the Andon Group from the city of Tianjin, China, for $106 million.

In 2014, iHealth received $25 million from Xiaomi Ventures, a Chinese electronics company.

The same components are used in Dominion’s machines in Wisconsin and Georgia, states that were also sued for election fraud.

Internet users who reported the origin of the modems used by Dominion were @RoscoeBDavis1 and @pepesgrandma.

“The Edevice CellGo cellular modems used by Dominion belong to a Chinese company! http://chinabiotoday.com/articles/20160906_1,” reported @RoscoeBDavis1.

Also, the user @pepesgrandma, expanded the information and added documents that evidence the use of the controversial components.

“Here is more information about the Michigan Imagecast Listener EMS server that uses the Chinese CellGo modems to communicate,” he tweeted.

The Trump campaign’s legal team has had to wage a tough defense of electoral transparency, seriously tainted by frauds that awarded thousands of illegal votes to Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden.

Now, with only a week to go before election delegates from around the country gather to announce the next president, it seems that the facts are beginning to tip in favor of the re-election of President Donald Trump.