Data sheriff has Torrent drop of data to reveal Dominion’s dirty little secrets
By TONY MOBILIFONITIS
A KEY player exposing US 2020 election fraud is releasing a mass Torrent drop of whistleblower data showing Dominion Voting Systems machines were connected to the internet, allowing electronic rigging of the US 2020 election.
This comes as Arizona state senators call for the investigation and arrest of the crooked Maricopa County Board members who are refusing to obey a subpoena from the Senate calling for Dominion equipment to be handed over for inspection. In Wisconsin subpoenas have been issued to two counties to hand over election evidence for auditing.
System screenshots from Dominion machines are already being released on CodeMonkeyZ’s Telegram channel, but a mass data dump is under way by the large systems technical analyst aka Ron Watkins, who featured in a previous Cairns News article.
“I will be releasing a torrent file that should be spread to as many people as possible. Please only use torrent if you absolutely know what you are doing. It is possible to dox yourself with torrents if you don’t correctly setup your security,” CodeMonkeyZ said on his Telegram channel.
“A whistleblower reached out with footage filmed of the Dominion Election Management System inside an election center in one of the states that used Dominion software and hardware (not Arizona),” he said.
“As you will see in the video, the whistleblower initially discusses with a Dominion employee about who holds the BIOS password and it is discovered that the state is keeping the password – not Dominion, and not the county. Later, the whistleblower asks the Dominion employee about connectivity and whether or not the machines can be connected to the internet.”
And here’s where Dominion’s big lie about not being connected to the internet gets exposed. “Voting systems are, by design, meant to be used as closed systems that are not networked, meaning they are not connected to the internet,” Dominion Voting Systems CEO John Poulos said on the record in testimony before the Michigan Senate. The question Poulos needs to answer is “were they connected to the net?”
But the BIOS screenshots produced by CodeMonkeyZ’s whistleblower, shoot down the lie that all was above board with Dominion. “Dominion servers in-fact had a network card in them, according to the BIOS screen,” CMZ noted.
He also noted that the whistleblower had access to the Election Management System servers, the Adjudication Clients, the ImageCast Central Workstations and the supervisor password.
The Election Management System, responsible for tallying votes and creating reports to turn into the county, had front and back USB enabled, and curiously, also had “USB Boot Support” enabled. Is it possible to use “USB Boot Support” to compromise a machine?
Asked what “Boot from PXE Device: Embedded Network Interface Controller” meant, a a poster on the channel said it meant “boot from network and ghost the system to whatever you want. IT 101.”
Posters further stated it meant that access has been made by a user from an outside server, that they had internet connectivity and it was enabled, and “the boot source could be anywhere in the world”. “It means it will start up the system from an IP address using specifications stored there. It does not boot from the hard drive,” another poster noted.
Meanwhile the standoff continues between the Maricopa County’s RINO Republican-dominated Board of Supervisors and the pro-Trump Republican state Senate. Senator Wendy Rogers told Steve Bannon’s War Room Pandemic program the county appears to believe it is above the law and sent snarky, disrespectful letters back to the Senate in response to the subpoena seeking equipment and passwords.
Steve Bannon said the situation was sending the country “hurtling towards a constitutional crisis”. “I was shocked by the response of Maricopa County,” he said. “They didn’t address any of the issues.”
Dominion Voting Systems has also been subpoenaed but has responded with the disingenuous claim that the election passwords and other information on the Arizona machines is “proprietary intellectual property”.
Despite threats from the Democrat controlled Department of Justice, canvassers are now out on the streets in Maricopa County, checking thousands of addresses against voting records.