This is Frank Gaffney with the Secure Freedom Minute.
The integrity of tomorrow’s elections is being threatened in a number of ways. One that’s particularly ominous has, to date, been little discussed and apparently gone uncorrected.
Incredibly, no fewer than 28 of our states – including 10 swing states – have their vote counts processed in a foreign country on George Soros-tied computers. What could possibly go wrong?
The short answer is plenty. Although federal and state officials have long been warned about this arrangement – and evidence that it actually was exploited to alter key outcomes in 2018 – the vulnerability persists. And now there’s no time to fix it for this year’s races.
What can and must be done is ensure that these 28 states contemporaneously share with U.S. authorities the data they are generating and sending offshore for tabulation. That will allow at least a needed check on the results tallied abroad.
This is Frank Gaffney.