CNN Admits Dominion Voting Software Has Flaws That Can Be Exploited
CNN finally Admits to spreading Election misinformation after revealing that its possible the 2020 Election was rigged.
For two years, mainstream media have maintained that there was no fraud in the 2020 presidential election. Claiming Joe Biden won with over 80 million votes. The same Joe Biden that has been struggling with gathering up to 20 people in his rallies before and even after the election.
Now it turns out the election wasn’t all that fraud-free.
In a recent CNN program aired on Saturday of the holiday weekend, CNN admitted that the Dominion Software used in the Voting machines has flaws that can be exploited.
The question then becomes, why are we using them? Are we going to start pretending Democrats don’t cheat?
Federal authorities are finally admitting this. But the same officials told CNN that there is no evidence that the machines were tampered with.
According to the Gateway Pundit who has been reporting on Dominion for two years now, the software has glitches which can be Exploited by bad actors to steal an election. It appears officials finally admitted something we already knew.
Federal cybersecurity officials have verified there are software vulnerabilities in certain ballot-marking devices made by Dominion Voting Systems, discovered during a controversial Georgia court case, which could in theory allow a malicious actor to tamper with the devices, according to a draft analysis reviewed by CNN.
The vulnerabilities have never been exploited in an election and doing so would require physical access to voting equipment or other extraordinary criteria standard election security practices prevent, according to the analysis from the US Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency.
But because the subject is Dominion voting equipment, which has been the target of conspiracy theorists who falsely claim there was large-scale fraud in the 2020 election, federal and state and local officials are bracing for election deniers to try to weaponize news of the vulnerabilities ahead of midterm elections.
“While these vulnerabilities present risks that should be promptly mitigated, CISA has no evidence that these vulnerabilities have been exploited in any elections,” reads the draft CISA advisory, which the agency shared in a briefing with state and local officials on Friday.
But CNN and CISA assures Americans that the Dominion software was not tampered with despite the fact that not a single Dominion machine was examined.