Saturday, December 19, 2020

Booby Trap Boomerang

Let me explain the gravity of this disclosure.  Both 2018 and 2020 need to be nullified.  THe cause of all this will likely turn out to be CHINA and this means a possible declaration of War.  Scared Yet?

Trump will enter a position in which he will legally be able to declare WAR on China as soon as the NSA completes its analysis.  Stall and delay says January but that is misdirection.

I also think that war will be declared upon the CCP in particular ratehr that the chines people

Booby Trap Boomerang

There is a significant and ongoing breach of the US Government's computer networks via the SolarWinds Orion network monitoring tool that is used by most Federal agencies. The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), the Office of the Director of National Intelligence (ODNI) and the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) have formed a Cyber Unified Coordination Group to grapple with it.

The hack is a big deal. The entire intelligence community is working on it and Ron Watkins aka CodeMonkeyZ, who managed the 8Chan networks and moved them to 8kun when they were under severe attack tweeted his opinion that this hack is why DNI John Ratcliffe's report on foreign election interference, which was due this Friday, per the September 2018 Executive Order 13848 has now been delayed to sometime in January.

Ron asks, "Is the SolarWinds hack a digital Pearl Harbor?...The SolarWinds hack, if proven to be done by a nation-state, will likely be considered an act of war.

"It behooves the intelligence community to spend a bit more time investigating before essentially forcing POTUS to declare war on whichever nation-state may be responsible."

Meanwhile, in this video, Tore Maras responds to Ron Johnson's Wednesday Senate Committee hearings on election fraud, where we saw the disgraced CISA Director, Chris Krebs put on the performance of a lifetime as he maintained that the 2020 Election was the most secure in history. Too bad for him that he slipped-up during his testimony and admitted that the Dominion machines have modems and that those in Wisconsin and other locations were intermittently hooked up to internet – which is illegal.

For weeks, Democrats have denied that the machines could be hooked up to the Internet because it would nullify the election, if even one machine were connected.

If you're not mad at Krebs and at the other treasonous bloviators at the hearing, then you're not paying attention. And even though she is lighthearted about the eventual outcome of all of this and she says she knows "how the movie ends" and "it had to be this way", Tore is mad, too.

Tore points out yet another way the 2020 Election could be nullified, in what she believes was a trap laid out by the Democrats, as a backup plan to create an open-and-shut Trump impeachment case, should he somehow succeed in winning this election. It's something that she'd like to see boomeranged back on them: 

The Election Assistance Commission (EAC) had not maintained certification of the voting machines since 2017, which she says nullifies both the 2018 Midterms and the 2020 Election!

She says that as a result of this purposeful failure to adhere to this protocol mandated by the Have a Fair Election Act (HAVA), all of the government representatives "elected" in 2018 Election with these uncertified machines are in office illegitimately. Only 20 senators, the President and Vice President are legitimately in office.

Therefore, Nancy Pelosi was not technically re-elected in 2018 – plus, she conducted a fake impeachment hearing, while knowing full well that she was illegitimate.

She says there is also email documentation between Adam Schiff and Senator Ron Wyden discussing the voting equipment's lack of certification and that they should be charged with Fraud, Waste and Abuse.

Tore then launches into a diatribe about how Barack Obama was groomed by John (Owen) Brennan and how this obscure Freshman senator from Illinois was helicoptered into the Presidency, along with many other fascinating tidbits.

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