A shocking report today that the Center for Elections Systems at Kennesaw State University, which manages the elections systems for the entire state of Georgia, has wiped their server's database.
The Assistant State Attorney General revealed that the system was wiped last July after there was a lawsuit filed against the The State of Georgia suggesting that their out of date antiquated voting booths was exposing itself to hackers and anyone being able to access the software and firmware of the machines that could possibly manipulate voter data.
Many people across the United States had feared that this could have happened during the 2016 election in several states to adjust tallies to benefit Hillary Clinton since her globalist ally George Soros has connections to one of the companies which control 16 individual state's voting machines.
Smartmatic is owned by Lord Mark Malloch-Brown, which is the company in question. He is connected to Soros through the Open Society Foundation.
The supposed “Fact Checking” websites (all Liberal mouthpieces) will tell you that Soros doesn't own the machines, and they're right, it's his ally and close confidant.
They won't connect the dots however, which is their entire job to spread disinformation.
You'll remember that this past special election in Georgia where Karen Handel won a decisive victory for the GOP against Democrats, a voting machine was also stolen, showing the efforts of corrupt Democrats to try and steal this state which has been an ongoing desire for many years.
However the current situation with voter data being wiped is likely to only enrage the claims of corruption even more.
As of now anyways, it's not clear who exactly may have ordered the server's data irretrievably erased, but it did happen at the left wing University which somehow controls the servers, a major bias and shock to the public.
The Kennesaw Election Center answers to Georgia's Secretary of State , Brian Kemp, who's a Republican that is now running for Governor in 2018 and is also the main defendant in the suit because of his position.
A spokeswoman for the Secretary of State's office said Wednesday that "we did not have anything to do with this decision," adding that the office also had no advance warning of the move; but it's clear the liberal media wants to shift blame away from the marxist University.
The Center's Director , Michael Barnes, passed the buck towards the University's press office, which has thus far declined comment.
Plaintiffs in the lawsuit, who are mostly Georgia voters, want to scrap the state's 15-year-old vote-management system is not only dated and unsafe but is likely being manipulated.
The focus is on impartiality with the systems particularly its 27,000 AccuVote touchscreen voting machines which are described as hackable devices and that don't use paper ballots or keep hardcopy proof of voter data outside of the servers.
The plaintiffs in the case had sued for an order to allow an independent group to count and verify the data on the Kennesaw server, which held electronic poll book data and ballot definitions for counties, to demonstrate the system's unreliability and potentially find any cheating which had occurred.
Now however it appears as if someone wants to keep whatever was on that server a secret, and we all can come to our own conclusion as to why.
Kemp spokeswoman Candice Broce said the office had no involvement in the decision to wipe the servers, nor was it notified in advance.
“This isn’t the first time that KSU has failed to communicate with us on matters related to our prior agreement,” Broce said. “We can’t stand for this kind of failure in communication.”
Experts say the destruction of the data could hinder the plaintiffs’ case. Richard DeMillo, a Georgia Tech computer scientist who has kept tabs on the lawsuit, said the wipe “makes it possible for the defendants to make whatever claim they want” about whether Georgia’s most recent elections were compromised by hackers.
“An analysis of the files themselves would be useful in knowing whether election software or databases were altered in any way that would be useful to hackers intent on changing votes,” said DeMillo.
Marilyn Marks, Executive Director of the Coalition for Good Governance, a plaintiff, believes the server data was erased precisely because the system isn't secure.
"I don't think you could find a voting systems expert who would think the deletion of the server data was anything less than insidious and highly suspicious," she said.
While this is not being investigated as a criminal act, because the courts had not issued an official order to stop the data from being tampered with, it's an outrage and it should lead to further investigation.
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