According To Washington Post: Trump Legal Team Copied Voting Machine Data In Battleground States On January 7, 2021
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According to emails and other documents obtained by The Washington Post, Trump’s attorneys hired Atlanta-based computer software company to breach the voting machines following 2020 election by successfully copying the hard drive of election server of Georgia, Nevada, and Michigan. This was revealed after the company was subpoenaed in a lawsuit involving Georgia’s election security. Some of the alleged findings was touted by Trump as “absolute proof that the voting machines were rigged.” On January 7, 2021, the day after January 6th attack on the capitol, Trump’s attorneys sent a team to Georgia to copy server data.
A team of computer experts directed by lawyers allied with President Donald Trump copied sensitive data from election systems in Georgia as part of a secretive, multistate effort to access voting equipment that was broader than previously reported, according to Washington Post reporting, in the video published on Aug 16, 2022, “Trump Legal Team Copied Voting Machine Data In Battleground States: WaPo“, below:
Lawyers allied with former President Donald Trump directed a data firm to copy information from local election systems in three battleground states, records obtained by The Washington Post show, in the video published as “WaPo: Trump-allied lawyers sought to copy voting machine data in key battleground states“, below:
In the video published on Aug 16, 2022, “Georgia voting system software was copied by Trump allies – Washington Post reporter“, below:
The New York Times is reporting that six weeks after the 2020 election former President Trump directed his attorney Rudy Guiliani to ask the Department of Homeland Security if it could take possession of voting machines in key swing states. New York Times congressional correspondent Luke Broadwater joins Geoff Bennett to discuss, in the video published on Feb 1, 2022, “How Trump attempted to use federal agencies to seize voting machines after 2020“, below:
Rep. Luria on the draft executive order that would have seized voting machines: “We clearly outlined in our request to the Archives what types of documents we wanted—The fact that something like this could have wound up there is overly concerning.” in the video published on Jan 21, 2022, “Luria: ‘Concerning’ That Trump Doc To Seize Voting Machines Was Among Official Records“, below:
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