Tech Expert Shocks Georgia Election Fraud Hearing
He ‘Got Into’ Voting System With WiFi
By Victoria Taft Dec 30, 2020
The man who invented and patented the technology that lets you scan items at the grocery store, create an airport boarding pass, and generate authentication codes just blew the doors off the Georgia State Senate subcommittee hearing on elections.
— Praying Medic (@prayingmedic) December 30, 2020
Tech expert Jovan Hutton Pulitzer claimed that to the extent there were election issues in Georgia, they could be explained by simply looking at the paper ballots. And he claimed to prove in real time that the system was susceptible to manipulation via WiFi because his team had broken in and were in it at the time of the hearing.
Pulitzer basically threw down, telling a Georgia Senate subcommittee looking into voter fraud to show him the ballots, give him two hours, and he’d show them if there was election fraud in Fulton County.
“I only care what that piece of paper tells us. The paper, the paper. Verify the vote, verify the vote.
[…] I can determine where ink comes from, where paper comes from, whether it was mailed, whether it was folded, the difference of a duplicated press” and a mass copier.”
Read the complete article at PJ Media
Editor: This entire article is a very detailed, but also very understandable, explanation of some of what went wrong with the Georgia election. If everything is above board, why are the ballots still not available for expert examination?