Mobile phone networks (i.e., Verizon, AT&T, and T-Mobile) allow Big Government to rig and steal elections: HERE’S HOW

Mobile phone networks (i.e., Verizon, AT&T, and T-Mobile) allow Big Government to rig and steal elections: HERE’S HOW

The great 2020 presidential election heist that delivered the White House to fake president Joe Biden instead of to Donald Trump, who rightfully won a second term, would not have been possible without electronic voting machines having been rigged with a two-way internet connection powered by one of the big three wireless networks: Verizon, AT&T, and T-Mobile.

These nationwide mobile phone providers allowed the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), the Election Assistance Commission, and various leftist- and globalist-funded corporations, foreign companies, and private partners to monitor all election data in real time so they could implement the fix.

David and Erin Clements in a guest post for explain that many analysts skilled at studying election integrity have concluded that there must have been a two-way connection installed between local election electronics (i.e., electronic poll pads, tabulators, election management systems, and voter databases) and a centralized data collection system designed to manipulate the results.

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“Fingers have rightly been pointed at all-inclusive election management software, the Albert Sensor system, Scytl and Edison, and the Election Infrastructure Information Sharing and Analysis Center (EI-ISAC),” David and Erin Clements write.

“This incestuous collaboration between the Department of Homeland Security, the Election Assistance Commission, leftist / globalist funding, foreign companies, and their private partners, allowed for the real-time monitoring of all election data, and more importantly, the ability to change the results.”


(FLASHBACK: Remember when United States Postal Service subcontractor Ethan Pease admitted to illegally backdating presidential election ballots in Wisconsin back in 2020?)

Were individual precincts with supposedly “air-gapped” protection really safe from election fraud?

One key point of contention in the election fraud debate is how at the county and state levels the big boys were able to get past the election systems within individual precincts, which are supposed to be “air-gapped.”

Somehow, election fraud central was able to bypass these air-gapped systems, such as was the case in Texas where KnowInk poll pads had hundreds of illicit votes added in the 2022 midterm election after the polls had already closed.

“To accomplish election fraud at individual polling places, it is necessary to have an air-interface with the supposedly ‘air-gapped’ equipment networked at the polling place,” David and Erin Clements explain.

Sophie Anderson, an election integrity investigator from Utah, and Dr. Charles Bernardin, a communications engineer, were able to successfully uncover the mechanism that was used at the local level to get past the air-gapped machines and tweak the results in favor of Democrats.

What they found is that the federal government created a nationwide communications network that is capable of collecting and changing real-time voting data at polling places all across the country, and all from a central location. That communications network is known as FirstNet, a nationwide cellular network dedicated to public safety that was first created in the wake of the 9/11 terrorist attacks.

Just days before Barack Hussein Obama was scheduled to leave office, his regime’s Department of Homeland Security used the lie about “Russian interference” in the 2016 election as cover to declare all election systems to be critical infrastructure, which is what then allowed the nation’s voting systems to be rolled into FirstNet.

While FirstNet was originally hatched to be its own dedicated nationwide network that exists separately from the “Big Four” – this is when Sprint still existed, though the company has since been absorbed by T-Mobile. What ended up happening is that AT&T was chosen to lead the charge as the primary “preemptive” network for committing election fraud, with Verizon and T-Mobile serving as backups.

Be sure to read the rest of the story for further details.

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