Another attempt of the left to manipulate the voting process and it’s not looking good…
Recently, U.S. District Judge Amy Totenberg has urged CISA, Cybersecurity, and Infrastructure Security Agency to reject their attempt to release a redacted version of Halderman’s report for now.
This is a complete manipulation attempt claiming that it will ‘undermine election security.’
CISA wanted to publicly discuss and review the report to help Dominion resolve the vulnerabilities identified before the report is released to avoid problems by-election period.
Director of the University of Michigan Center for Computer Security and Society, J. Alex Halderman has recently unredacted report copy of the report to the CISA which discusses “potential vulnerabilities in Dominion ImageCast X ballot marking devices,” or electronic voting devices, according to the government.
Georgia Secretary State Brad Raffensperger has been fighting since late January to have the report released immediately.
Dominion’s CEO and president, John Poulos have said in a statement, “Halderman’s review lacked “a holistic approach,” adding that Dominion “supports all efforts to bring real facts and evidence forward to defend the integrity of our machines and the credibility of Georgia’s elections.”
The plaintiffs said in a filing before a copy was sent to CISA that the agency should get a copy and begin its evaluation process, but that the evaluation “should not unreasonably delay the public disclosure of the report, which must be promptly disclosed to Georgia state and county election officials, and filed on the public docket so that public officials can secure the upcoming May primary elections.”
David Cross of Coalition for Good Governance also extended their support for the release of the report.
NP Telegraph reported:
A federal cybersecurity agency is reviewing a report that alleges security vulnerabilities in voting machines used by Georgia and other states and says the document shouldn’t be made public until the agency has had time to assess and mitigate potential risks.
The report has been under seal since July in federal court in Atlanta, part of a long-running lawsuit challenging Georgia’s voting machines. Its author, J. Alex Halderman, said in sworn declarations filed publicly with the court that he examined the Dominion Voting Systems machines for 12 weeks and identified “multiple severe security flaws” that would allow bad actors to install malicious software.
The Biden administration is desperate as they are dropping the bottom rock.