The media is now saying that elections are fake.
At least seven states and Washington, D.C., use wireless modems to transmit unofficial election-night results to their central offices. These modems use telecommunications networks that are vulnerable to hackers, and malicious actors could exploit them to tamper with unofficial vote data, corrupt voting machines or compromise the computers used to tally official results.
“We now have to worry about anybody getting access to a communication network that is fundamentally open,” Matt Blaze, a Georgetown University computer science and law professor who studies voting systems, told POLITICO last month.
You’ll remember that they said this was completely impossible in 2020; now it’s a big problem.
These people can say whatever they want. They will say that the 2022 election was hacked, and no one will be allowed to say that they said this was impossible two years ago.
If the Democrats don’t have enough fake votes to hoax the election today (this week, actually – they are saying it’s going to last for days), they will say that it’s a hoax.