Bombshell: SQL Found On Voting Machines In PA And MI Indicates Election Data Could Be Read And Manipulated

(Republican Party News) – Assessments conducted in Pennsylvania’s Fulton County and Michigan’s Antrim County have revealed the existence of the Microsoft SQL database on the Dominion Voting Machines in these counties.

According to a report in Fulton County, PA, analysts say they could not find any “valid reason” for the software to be installed in the system and also pointed out that Dominion failed to fill out the appropriate forms regarding the software.

The Epoch Times reported that according to the 93-page report, “Wake TSI said it found five “issues of note,” including that Dominion failed to meet the commonwealth’s certification standards; that the election management system had Microsoft SQL Server Data Tools installed, despite the software not being part of the U.S. Election Assistance Commission’s certified configuration; and that changes were made to the management system just three weeks prior to the election.”

Naturally, Dominion denied the validity and truth of the findings with this report.

The SQL software gives anyone with privileges the ability to easily change values in the database directly. These changes can vastly change the outcome of any election leaving absolutely no trace whatsoever.

This is why auditing the paper ballots is so important.

According to the Gateway Pundit, “The fact that SQL was located on the Dominion Voting Machines in Fulton County, Pennsylvania, and in Antrim County, Michigan indicates “yes” data may have been queried and/or altered in the 2020 Election.”

In an election audit report from Antrim County, Michigan, released in December of 2020, it’s shown that Microsoft SQL server database was present and was not protected with any kind of password.

The Gateway Pundit says that Microsoft SQL Management Studio is not itself a hacking tool and does not allow for a user to bypass security. Therefore, it stands to reason that whomever accessed the SQL database had security clearances to do so.

A user who had the appropriate rights within the system to access the database would have been able to manipulate the database information to their heart’s content.

The application is typically used by DBAs (Database Administrators) as well as developers using SQL as their preferred database software.

Now there are two confirmed cases where the SQL database software was found in Dominion voting systems. Paper ballots will be crucial in proving that fraud actually occurred.

Meanwhile, Nancy Pelosi and the corrupt Democrats are working to essentially outlaw paper ballots in the US. Why on earth would that be? Clearly because paper ballots leave a trail to the truth and Pelosi and the Dems want nothing more than to be able to manipulate and alter election outcomes without the risk of pesky audits unraveling it all.

The Democrats think they can fool Americans into believing their corrupt “For the People” voting “rights” legislation is actually of benefit to the American people. Unfortunately, many Americans do believe their lies.

This piece of legislation would, however, change elections in the US forever and completely usurp the power of the American people to decide who should govern them.

The truth about the 2020 election must be exposed and Republicans must do everything in their power to protect future elections.

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5 COMMENTS

  1. Can you please explain how Nancy Pelosi and the corrupt Democrats are working to outlaw paper ballots?

    The legislative language of the House bill would require the use of “durable, voter-verified” paper ballots in federal elections.

    That seems to be the exact opposite of what you said.

    • Because Pelosi and the Democrats do not want a paper trail of REAL votes, just what the computers, that can be manipulated by them, says the vote is.

      • So would you support federal legislation which would require state and local officials to:
        1) conduct federal elections using “voter-verified paper ballots”— i.e. ballots that can be marked either by hand or a ballot marking device and inspected by the voter before the ballot is cast;
        2) give voters the opportunity to correct any errors on their paper ballot before it is cast;
        3) give voters the option to mark their ballots by hand;
        preserve paper ballots for recounts or audits;
        4) count ballots by hand for recounts and audits; and
        5) provide individuals with disabilities the opportunity to vote privately and independently using paper ballots;

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