November 6, 2022 |
It’s vital that the American People recognize and correct a grave threat to our election process: the National Guard is apparently“helping” with elections. The role of the military should not be to oversee elections. There are several reasons why this development is a red flag that needs Americans from across the political spectrum to continue to participate and pay close attention to protect election integrity.
- Whitney Webb’s 2019 article, “Microsoft’s ElectionGuard a Trojan Horse for a Military-Industrial Takeover of US Elections,” details the numerous problems with the adoption by many states of Microsoft’s election technology, called “ElectionGuard.” The article states that,”ElectionGuard was developed by companies with deep ties to the U.S. defense and intelligence communities and Israeli military intelligence, as well as the fact that it is far from clear that the technology would prevent foreign or domestic interference with, or the manipulation of, vote totals or other aspects of American election systems.”
- Two scandal plagued alphabet agencies involved with midterm elections, the Department of Homeland Security and the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Administration (CISA), are being sued “due to collusion with the media and Big Tech to censor information and shape public opinion.” DHS and CISA add more layers of problems to our already vulnerable voting system. In March, DHS and the Israel National Cyber Directorate (INCD) jointly decided to expand cooperation in cybersecurity.
- In the recent election in Brazil, Israeli military involvement in Brazil’s election came under scrutiny with their partnership with Brazil’s Army. According to a MintPress report, “In March 2022, Israeli cybersecurity company, CySource, signed a cooperation agreement with the Brazilian Army to train military personnel in cyber defense.”
It’s a fact that voting machines are vulnerable to hacking.
There should only be ONE VOTING DAY with mail-in ballots allowed ONLY if stationed overseas or if proof of infirmity is verified.
Hand counting of paper ballots on location, with live video documentation and community representatives from each party overseeing the counting process, with full transparency, might be time and energy intensive, but may prove to be the only fair and accurate way to count and verify votes.
Civilian oversight is urgently needed to provide legitimacy and transparency into the election process. –JD
National Guard cybersecurity experts will be ready to offer assistance around the midterm elections in 14 states next week, National Guard officials said Friday.
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