My Pillow CEO Mike Lindell has tirelessly waged a battle to prove that the 2020 election was stolen from President Donald Trump with help from foreign countries. Evidence has mounted in favor of his accusations despite the media's insistence that there was no widespread fraud.
While those of us who paid attention saw video evidence of election fraud and heard stories from postal carriers and poll workers detailing outright deceit on the part of Democrats, others insist that everything was on the up-and-up.
However, a team of cyber experts recently showed that American elections can be stolen from afar. The group explained that, after votes are counted, tabulators and memory cards containing the vote tally for a given precinct are sent to the area's county seat. There, votes are combined in an election management system, or EMS. Voting results can be changed during this step in the process.
Here is how they claim the votes can be stolen. It begins when you go to your polling place and cast your votes. The votes are then run through a tabulator and counted. After voting is completed, a tabulator sheet and a memory card are produces showing the total votes for that precinct. They are then transported to the county seat where these votes are further consolidated in an EMS machine. It is at this point that the votes can be switched.
EMS machines are equipped to facilitate internet access. These devices can't prevent votes from being tabulated more than once, and local election workers can set tabulators via the machines. That's why it's so important to election fraudsters that hand recounts not be performed. Attempts to manipulate ballots can be detected during audits like the one in Arizona.
Now we know why the DOJ wants so badly to prevent the audit and others like it.