On Wednesday, Dec. 30, during a hearing in the Georgia Senate, Stanford inventor and researcher Jovan Pulitzer claimed to have had real-time access to a voting machine and its digital platform in Fulton County via Wi-Fi connection.

According to National File, Pulitzer said that the registration of the machines is taking place right now while residents of the state of Georgia are casting votes for the U.S. Senate run-off election.

“At this very moment, at a polling location in the county, not only do we have access through the devices to the poll pad—the system—but we are in,” Pulitzer said.

“And it’s not supposed to have WiFi, and that’s not supposed to be able to happen. So we’ve documented now it’s communicating two ways in real-time, meaning it’s receiving data and sending data—should never happen, shouldn’t be WiFi, we’ve now documented it in real-time,” he added.

Senators of the Senate Electoral Law Study Subcommittee asked Pulitzer about the nature of the hack, he responded:

“This is coming through the polling pad device where they’re checking everything, but now it only takes one device where you daisy chain them together and do it. The most important thing that shouldn’t be two-waying, and shouldn’t even be accessible or on, and it’s there.”

The analyst’s statements, who has published 65 academic articles, come after the main media outlets take it for granted that it is impossible to access and manipulate the voting machines.

Pulitzer suggested implementing a forensic audit of all absentee ballots in the state of Georgia to identify those that are fraudulent and also asked state officials to allow the examination.  

The Senate Election Law Subcommittee unanimously approved a motion to request the inspection of absentee ballots in Fulton County.

In Georgia, the current election count indicates that former Vice President Joe Biden leads with 12,000 votes. As in other states, in Georgia, President Trump’s campaign has challenged the results alleging voter fraud.

President Trump recently demanded the resignation of Georgia Governor Brian Kemp after he alleged that there was no conclusive evidence of voter fraud in the last November election.

“@BrianKempGA should resign from office,” the president wrote on Twitter. “He is an obstructionist who refuses to admit that we won Georgia, BIG! Also, [we] won the other swing states.”

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