NSA has the goods on voting fraud

There’s a bombshell coming early next week in regards to the 2020 election that will end with President Trump being declared the winner, according to two sources, who do not wish to be named.

Please follow this closely as these people may become household names next week.

Christopher Krebs, Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency Director, and other federal election security officials issued a statement Thursday stating in part, “The November 3rd election was the most secure in American history….There is no evidence that any voting system deleted or lost votes, changed votes, or was in any way compromised.”

The statement above was issued following the resignation of Krebs’ deputy, Bryan Ware, the Assistant Director for Cybersecurity for CISA, which is under the Department of Homeland Security. The resignation request came from The White House.

Now for the tip from my sources that say Dominion Voting Systems, which was used to tally votes in 18 states, has foreign government investors including Venezuelan and Cuban money along with production ties to China.

High-ranking federal intelligence officials were monitoring this situation in real time during the election tally and have the true data on the results. So how to reconcile Krebs statement above and the resignation of his deputy?

Well, CISA was using tools that did not show what the intelligence agency’s secret surveillance showed and will be released next week showing how foreign nationals allegedly working with the Canadian company Dominion rigged the election.

Dominion allegedly knew how to end run the CISA monitoring, but was unaware of National Security Agency’s surveillance.

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