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About the Cyber Symposium

News outlets are working hard to discredit the symposium by sharing half truths and flat out lies. They make it seem like it’s one guy showing a bunch of data with no actual evidence of fraud.

That’s not what this is.

This event brings together legislators (48 states are represented), data experts, cyber experts and civilians fighting for truth.

They’re showing the legislators how their election systems were hacked and how election data was changed.

On Tuesday evening, the clerk/recorder (elected official who runs the county election) of Mesa County, Colorado, shared her story. She thought elections in her county were secure. Prompted by complaints from citizens, she started looking into her system more thoroughly and discovered things were much different than she thought.

When she discussed this with the Colorado Secretary of State, she was fed lies and threatened. When the clerk/recorder was flying to the symposium, the Secretary of State executed an illegal warrant and ransacked her office.

The data the Secretary of State was trying to hide is being presented today. The cyber and data guys are digging in and finding many ways the data was changed and when and how.

So what does this do for our country?

It is getting the legislators engaged to create better laws that protect our elections. One they just discussed is requiring backups be created weekly (no, it’s not being done by every county).

It’s also getting the county elections offices to realize that they don’t know what they don’t know. The clerk/recorder last night proved this. Now the question is – will your local elections office take ownership and dig into their machines?

One of the legislators from Wisconsin just shared that their state just past a vote to allow dominion to “update” all of their machines. The cyber guys are now working with the Wisconsin legislators to do a forensic backup before they allow the “update” and talking with all of the legislators about making forensic backups.

That’s what this is all about – educating the legislators and helping them find ways to secure our elections moving forward.

What they’re finding on the Colorado server:

  • Dominion employee wiped years of log files and left only 3 remaining log files.
  • They found a batch file that de-hardens the system. “Removing Security Restrictions” 10/19/2020. SQL Server De-hardening within the batch file. Batch files are scripts written by developers and system administrators to execute a series of commands instead of running individually from a command prompt.

What can you do?

Contact your state legislators and encourage them to watch the symposium.

Contact your county elections office and insist they watch the symposium – specifically the Colorado clerk who spoke last night.

There is no doubt in my mind that the 2020 election was fraudulent across the board. The evidence that has been presented first at the state congressional hearings, then in the absolute proof series and now in this symposium is just what it has been called – absolute proof.

You cannot watch this stuff and come to any other conclusion.

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