A whistleblower from Michigan has provided photographic evidence that the voting machines were connected to the internet. The picture you are about to see was taken at the TCF Center in Detroit and shows clearly that there were internet connections for various people.
According to the whistleblower, staff at the TCF Center were told to keep their internet selection on airplane mode all of the time. The pictures come from the August primaries.
The photo was taken when the whistleblower turned off the “airplane mode,” and the following internet connections appeared:
** City of Detroit (actively connected to the computer)
** AV Connect
** Challenger Admin
** Challenger Checkin
We shared the image of the computer screen with the former two-term MI Senator Patrick Colbeck. He said the picture could be showing an internal system, but that system would make the machines vulnerable.
The whistleblower who does not wish to be identified over fears of retribution also shared concerns over what happened at the TCF counting center during the 2020 election. We also saw this in Michigan’s 2020 presidential election. Matthew DePerno was the only lawyer granted access to voting machines and tabulators in Antrim County. He discovered that the machines were accessed remotely on 11/05/2020 at 5:55 PM and again on 11/17/2020 at 5:16 PM.
DePerno says we were lied to:
1. The Antrim County election management system (EMS) was REMOTELY and successfully logged into anonymously on 11/05/2020 at 5:55 PM and again on 11/17/2020 at 5:16 PM.
Yes, that is correct . . . REMOTELY
2. Those dates are significant because they correspond directly to the dates the county and SOS were trying to correct the intentional computer problems that subverted the election.
These logons appear to have escalated privileges at the time of log on. Again . . . REMOTELY
4. We were told there was no internet connection.
We were told there was no remote access.
We were told this was human error.
This is fraud.
This decertifies the Antrim County election.
SOS Benson should resign or be impeached.
DePerno says the system was accessed by an unknown user and was used to influence the Republican vote count. So we know that these election management systems can be REMOTELY and successfully logged in anonymously.