The use of flash drives in the election process has been well documented. New evidence suggests that these flash drives aren’t used for reporting election results by the media.
We first became aware of the use of flash drives during the 2020 Election when an individual in Milwaukee misplaced a flash drive and was forced to turn around and go get it at about the same time that 145,000 votes were recorded for Joe Biden only in the state.
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There were other reports on the misuse of flash drives and the related lack of controls that we shared over the past few years.
We also reported that per a discussion of the election process in Georgia after the 2020 Election, the results at various locations are consolidated on flash drives that are then carried to locations where the data on the flash drives are downloaded and consolidated.
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The IT auditors who presented in Georgia reported that the results in elections are gathered onsite in memory cards and then transported to drop-off points and eventually gathered at a facility where they are consolidated and then forwarded to the Dominion Servers and then to SCYTL and the state or the media. [They also noted that at the consolidation point there were gaps in the process that would allow for a bad actor to adjust vote totals.]
This appears consistent with an understanding of the process in Michigan.
By: Miss Cherry May Timbol – Independent Reporter