Dominion Voting Machines’ CEO John Poulos says their machines are not designed to be online.
Poulos made the statement during testimony before the Michigan State Oversight Committee on December 15, 2020.
John Poulos told the committee, “Additionally, voting systems are by design are meant to be used as closed systems that are not networked meaning they are not connected to the internet.”
That was the CEO of Dominion just two weeks ago…THEN THIS HAPPENED.
On Wednesday during his live testimony before the Georgia Senate Judiciary Subcommittee on Elections, inventor Jovan Hutton Pulitzer hacked into a Dominion Voting Machine — LIVE during his testimony.
Pulitzer confirmed that the Georgia runoff, in fact, is connected to the internet.
He established a two-way communication from a polling pad in a voting center.
“At this very moment at a polling location in the county, not only do we have access through the devices to the poll pad–the system, but WE ARE IN,” Pulitzer said.
He continued, “And it’s not supposed to have WiFi and that’s not supposed to be able to happen so we’ve documented now it’s communicating two ways in real time, meaning it’s receiving data and sending data — should never happen, shouldn’t be WiFi, we’ve now documented it in real-time.”
American patriot @JovanHPulitzer showed today in Georgia how easy it is to remotely access and change the voting data on the Dominion machines. It’s time, folks 1776!#Jan6 #StopTheStealpic.twitter.com/QmGCQQx7f1
— Bruce Porter, Jr. (@NetworksManager) December 30, 2020
“That’s going on right there where everyone is voting [in the Georgia runoff].”
Pulitzer then explained what a bad actor could do with access to Dominion voting machines.