The Big Steal’s Big Picture: Cyber Warfare

Hillary Clinton declared in August 2020 after both national conventions that “Joe Biden should not concede under any circumstances because I think this is going to drag out…” Indeed!

A month later, her friend Sidney Blumenthal’s son, Paul, wrote about the “nightmare scenario” whereby Trump would win a second term in the U.S. Congress after “setting the stage to declare that anything but a victory for himself means the election is rigged.”

Like in 2016 when Donald Trump supposedly rigged that election by colluding with the Russians, a.k.a., “The Russia Hoax,” concocted by Hillary to deflect attention from her misbehavior?

This time, the rig is real, and the Antrim County digital irregularity, first reported on November 6, is the canary in the coal mine. In this rural county of Michigan’s northern Lower Peninsula, made famous by Hemingway’s Nick Adams’ stories, President Trump actually won 9,748 votes to Biden’s 5,960 votes.

But the flipped tally shows Biden “winning” 7,769 votes to Trump’s 4,509 votes.  The Judge vacated his order requiring the examination of the voting machines, showing an error rate of 68%, to be kept private. (The only audit conducted to date.) This, as the electors were voting to name Biden “President-Elect.”

Monday night in Dalton, Georgia, before a sea of supporters, President Trump highlighted a similar phenomenon in Bibb County. This, after it was revealed at Georgia’s Senate Judiciary Subcommittee on Elections hearing a week prior, how easy it was to hack into the machines and manipulate the vote.

It’s been Chinese torture the past two months as the President’s team has tried to expose the arcane minutiae of election irregularities in multiple jurisdictions across the fruited plain of what Trump calls “the steal.” The big picture is where it’s at. To wit:

China invested $400 million in the respective “vote-counting” software right before the election, SEC records show, affecting a “Pearl Harbor like Cyber-attack,”  Sidney Powell told Lou Dobbs on December 10.

The software was programmed via a “controller module,” said Powell, to weigh Biden’s votes more heavily than Trump’s on election night. Votes were spit out in fractions, not whole numbers, reported Retired Army Col. Phil Waldron at hearings led by Rudy Giuliani, supporting the weighting assertion. Furthermore, according to Ben Turner, formerly chief actuary with Texas Mutual Workers’ Compensation Insurance and his ‘fraud spotter’ algorithm, counties that started using Dominion machines, on average, saws a 2 to 3 percentage point vote migration toward the Democrat presidential candidate and away from the Republican opponent even when controlled for demographic variances.

That China played such a key role is of no little interest to Director of National Intelligence John Ratcliffe, who submitted his report, or semblance thereof, to President Trump by December 18, as required by Executive Order 13848, issued on September 12, 2018, “on imposing certain sanctions in the event of foreign interference in a United States election.” This report activated that infamous December 18 White House meeting.

Not to put too fine a point on it, but the Executive Order gave the President the tools “to deal with this threat,” which the President noted was “magnified” by “the proliferation of digital devices and internet-based communications” and “declared” it “a national emergency.” President Trump, playing chess while the not-so-loyal opposition plays checkers, did not issue this Executive Order willy-nilly.

Gen. Thomas McInerney (USAF-Ret.), who served at the highest military levels, uncovered the mechanics of the steal, when, in April 2017, digging to unearth how the Deep State set up his friend General Michael Flynn, former Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) head under President Barack Obama, learned of the foundational SIGINT (Signals Intelligence) program that the NSA developed post-9/11, which the CIA picked up and moved to a SCIF in Port Washington for domestic purposes early in Obama’s first term.

“Obama and Biden are very familiar with it,” McInerney said, and allegedly used it in the 2012 election in Florida, which, if true, was a brazenly unconstitutional move. NASA space economist Molly Macauley allegedly discovered the respective satellite and was murdered on July 8, 2016, while walking her dogs in the toney Baltimore neighborhood of Roland Park. Perhaps it’s just a coincidence that two days later Seth Rich who allegedly gave a treasure trove of damaging DNC emails to Wikileaks, was also murdered. Both murders are unsolved.

On July 22, 2016, the eve of the Democratic National Convention, Wikileaks started the drip, drip, drip release of emails. It’s a sordid tale that is hopefully being investigated. As Gen. Thomas McInerney (USAF-Ret.) said, as careful as the digital election manipulators were in their decade-long effort, “they left a lot of fingerprints.” Crowdsourcing and the like conducted by the same characters are being investigated by Special Counsel Durham, U.S. Attorney in Connecticut, in connection with “Crossfire Hurricane,” (a.k.a. “The Russia Hoax), the now-discredited FBI counterintelligence probe into the 2016 Trump campaign alleging collaboration with Russian election interference. When all the time, it was  China, China, China. DNI Ratcliffe’s December 3 Wall Street Journal commentary, “China Is National Security Threat No. 1,” expanded the narrative.

And, now for the kicker.  As the evening wore on last November 3rd, according to retired CIA Chief of Station Brad Johnson’s intel, the fraudsters pushed the panic button when their algorithms failed to hoist Biden over the winner’s bar given the massive Trump landslide vote. The fraudsters were allegedly none other than two MI6 techs from London working with the CIA at the American Embassy in Rome with the Leonardo (Lockheed Martin size contractor) satellite “to manipulate the data (obtained from Frankfurt), build the algorithms and do the data manipulation,” said Johnson. The Italians “knew they were up to something,” and took photographs of them at the parking lot of the U.S. Embassy in Rome, yet failed to inform the “host country” of their surveillance.

“It is Occam’s Razor,” said Johnson. “It is the only explanation that fits all the data points… nothing else out there will prove the election was a sham.”

And, on cue, the voting stopped in key Democrat cities, after which Biden ballots were magically produced, most colorfully at Atlanta’s State Farm Arena, a video which Rudy Giuliani calls this year’s Zapruder Film.

Meanwhile over at DOD, it’s been a beehive of activity starting with lightning speed major personnel shakeup, teed-up by Trump’s tweet-firing of Defense Secretary Mark Esper on November 9, making way for Special Forces legend Chris Miller, whose new COS is Kash Patel, key exposer of “Spygate” as a staffer of Congressman Devin Nunes.

The next day, Acting SECDEF Miller appointed Ezra Cohen-Watnick, a protégé of Gen. Flynn at the National Security Council, as his Acting Under Secretary of Defense for Intelligence and Security. Eight days later, the SECDEF elevated the Special Operations Command, fulfilling, as Cohen-Watlick said at the Fort Bragg ceremony, President John F. Kennedy’s vision of using these forces for unconventional warfare. Cyber-warfare is the very definition of  unconventional.

Then, as the SolarWinds Hack news broke just before Christmas, Senior Defense Officials pushed to split U.S. Cyber Command from NSA. USCYBERCOM, based at Fort Meade, one of 11 unified combatant commands, was stood up early in the Obama era, reporting to the NSA Director, who reports to SECDEF. In what is an obvious circling of the wagons, USCYBERCOM would report straight to SECDEF. Meanwhile, media-coronated Joseph R. Biden Jr. was cut out of the loop allegedly for a holiday pause of DOD “transition” briefings.  The holiday continues.

“The primary attack,” McInerney told me a few days after the election, “was cyber warfare by the Democrats” to ensure an “80 million vote man” win — flipping what had been a landslide victory for Trump that dwarfed Biden’s actual wipeout.

Wipe Out, fittingly enough, is background music to the credible allegations, conveniently back in the news, post-election, that Biden prevaricated vis-à-vis his son, Hunter Biden’s influence peddling, reaping a financial windfall from China. He knew and profited, said former naval officer Tony Bobulinksi, who first met Biden at the Beverly Hilton off the Aqua Star Pool Esther Williams christened, where there’s a continuous film loop of a surfer riding a wave to Wipe Out.

Tiddlywinks compared to stealing an election.

The question is how do we seek “a more perfect Union” in the face of all this skullduggery? Now that, finally, the U.S. Supreme Court has agreed to consider the Donald Trump v. Wisconsin Elections Commission case, presumably on Friday, January 8, at their next “conference day,” the hope is that they will hear the case and rule judiciously.

The DNI, of course, has weapons in his arsenal to rectify, as needed, what President Trump calls “the most corrupt election in U.S. history,” illuminated so clearly in Hemingway’s old stomping ground.

Then, too, Senator Josh Hawley (R-MO), now joined by Sen. Ted Cruz and a posse of Republican Senators and Congressman, some 150 in all, could prove pivotal. On Wednesday, January 6, when Vice President Mike Pence presides over the counting of the Electoral College votes in the House of Representatives Hall at 1 o’clock, as required by the U.S. Constitution (Article II, Section 1, and Amendment 12) and Federal Law (3 U.S.C. §15), these federal legislators will object to the declaration of Joe Biden as the 2020 presidential election winner. Given the Republican Party’s alternative slate of electors in Arizona, Georgia, Nevada and Pennsylvania, things could get interesting when their objections are raised.

The Vice President, President Trump tweeted today, “has the power to reject fraudulently chosen electors.”

In other words, the U.S. Constitution gives We the People, through our duly elected representatives, the power to strike back against cyber warfare.

Mary Claire Kendall is author of Oasis: Conversion Stories of Hollywood Legends, published in Madrid in 2016 under the title También Dios pasa por Hollywood. She recently finished Oasis II as well as a biography featuring the covert pre-satellite surveillance of the Soviets out of Midway Island.

The post The Big Steal’s Big Picture: Cyber Warfare appeared first on The American Spectator | USA News and Politics.

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