By Bob Adelmann - thenewamerican.com
President Donald Trump ran out of patience with Chris Krebs, his director of CISA (Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency), and on Tuesday night fired him, as he noted in a tweet:
"The recent statement by Chris Krebs on the security of the 2020 Election was highly inaccurate, in that there were massive improprieties and fraud - including dead people voting, Poll Watchers not allowed into polling locations, 'glitches' in the voting machines which changed votes from Trump to Biden, late voting, and many more.
Krebs knew it was coming. For weeks he had been denying that there was intentional fraud involved in the president election, even setting up a "Rumor Control" website that repeatedly challenged the president's claims of fraud.
On November 12, his agency released a statement declaring that the election was "the most secure in American history".
Therefore, effective immediately, Chris Krebs has been terminated as Director of the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency."
A closer look revealed that Krebs had a close relationship not only with Miles Taylor, who recently disclosed that he was the anti-Trump resistance author "Anonymous," but also with top people at Dominion Voting Systems (DVS). It's increasingly clear that DVS was the primary tool allegedly used to swing the election to Joe Biden.
Krebs hosted an Election Night "watch party" that was attended by two staffers of DVS. In addition, Krebs retweeted a message urging people not to circulate "wild and baseless claims about voting machines, even if they're made by the president."
The last straw was Krebs' tweet on Tuesday afternoon:
"ICYMI: On allegations that election systems were manipulated, 59 election security experts all agree, "in every case of which we are aware, these claims either have been unsubstantiated or are technically incoherent."
Those "59 election security experts" apparently hadn't learned that renowned attorney L. Lin Wood (who successfully represented "Atlanta bomber" Richard Jewell and Kentucky teenager Nicholas Sandmann) had spent a day with Trump's top legal experts Rudy Guliani and Sydney Powell reviewing their proof of election fraud. Afterwards Wood told Newsmax TV host Howie Carr:
I've seen sworn affidavits, I've seen sworn video statements. I think that Rudy and Sidney have done a magnificent job in a short period of time of piecing together a solid legal case on what was intended to be a complicated scheme of fraud as it relates to the voting machines.
One of those affidavits came from a member of former Venezuelan dictator Hugo Chavez's security detail. In it he said:
When you boil it down, it simply amounts to the fact that the United States of America was relying on voting machines that were subject to manipulation.
"I was witness to the creation and operation of a sophisticated electronic voting system that permitted the leaders of the Venezuelan government to manipulate the tabulation of votes for national and local elections and select the winner of those elections in order to gain and maintain their power.
The editorial staff at World Net Daily revealed that the CEO of Smartmatic, Antonio Mugica, admitted in an Associated Press interview in August 2017 that his company's machines and software created at least one million votes for Hugo Chavez in Venezuela. While this alone is not proof of fraud here in America, it certainly raises suspicions and ought to be investigated further.
The software and fundamental design of the electronic electoral system and software of Dominion and other election tabulating companies relies upon software that is a descendant of the Smartmatic Electoral Management System."
It was long past time for the president to rid himself of Krebs. If he ends up winning a second term, it is likely that the president will continue to clean his administration obstructionists in an effort to make certain that no presidential candidate in the future will have to face such evident and provable election fraud.
COUNTY FLIPS TO TRUMP AFTER "GLITCH" CORRECTED
By Randy DeSoto - WesternJournal.com
A Michigan GOP County Commissioner Adam Kochenderfer received shocking news that any losing candidate would like to receive: The election results were wrong. He actually won.
The culprit was a computer glitch, ABC Detroit affiliate WXYT-TV reported, which seems to be going around in the Wolverine State.
Antrim County, in northwest Michigan, flipped from a Democrat Joe Biden win to one for President Donald Trump after discovery of a computer error in tabulating the votes.
Kochenderfer wrote in a Thursday Facebook post, "I received a call from the Oakland County Elections Division this afternoon. There apparently was a technical glitch in several precincts. Instead of losing by 104 votes, I won by 1,127."
"While I'm grateful for the outcome, we should conduct a thorough review of our system to prevent this from happening again," he added.
"I'd like to thank the officials who caught the error and corrected the vote tabulation," wrote Kochenderfer.
Meanwhile, results published in Antrim County flipped from Biden to Trump.
On Wednesday, Biden enjoyed about a 3,000 vote lead, according to Detroit Free Press.
Trump had carried the country over Hillary Clinton by approximately 4,000 votes in 2016.
Tom McMillin, a former state lawmaker from Oakland County, near Detroit, and member of the State Board of Education told Detroit Free Press that he noticed irregularities with the Antrim County vote tallies late Tuesday when he was reviewing the returns for Board of Education candidates.
"It just looked weird," he said, noting Biden and fellow Democrats had far more votes than normal. "Two-thirds of the townships looked really messed up."
On Friday, "Officials with Antrim County posted updated results showing President Trump won the county with 9,783 votes making up 56.46% of ballots cast. Joe Biden earned 7,289 votes or 42.07%," WLNS-TV reported.
Antrim County officials are blaming the election software system provided by "Dominion Voting Systems."
The system is used in 64 counties across The Wolverine State, according to WLNS-TV.
"A spokesperson for Michigan Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson, tells 6 News the skewed results were the result of a 'county user error' not a software issue and there is no reason to believe similar errors with ballot counts happened anywhere else," the news outlet reported.
Top election cyber experts told The Western Journal that voting software systems can be hacked and reprogrammed to skew vote tallies.
Harri Hursti - one of the world's foremost election security experts and star of the HBO documentary "Kill Chain: the Cyber War on America's Elections," - explained that all these devices are programmed how to organize and communicate the data to a central database.
"The memory cards actually have a programming side," he said. "Programming can have a lot of logic. So the program can dynamically look [at] what is happening and decide on the spot what is needed to be done in this precinct on this machine" as part of changing the overall result.
According to these experts, the best way to verify that the vote is accurate is to conduct random risk-limiting audits of election results, regardless of how large the margin of victory.
Such audits are conducted by doing a hand recount of paper ballots in various precincts around the state until a preset statistical measure of certainty is achieved when the reviewers can conclude the computer-tabulated election results reflect the actual votes cast.
In light of these documented computer glitches in two different counties, and that Dominion Voting Systems devices were used in the vast majority of Michigan, Republicans should go to court and demand that random precinct audits of paper ballots be conducted throughout the state.