With allegations of voter fraud and over half of Republicans believing Joe Biden won only because the election was rigged, it has now been discovered that Dominion had access to the entirety of the Chicago voting system – including databases according to the National File.
A recently uncovered video from March of 2020 reveals that the Chicago Election Board granted Dominion “the right and capability to remotely access their machines in an administrative role during the 2020 election.”
Both Eric Coomer (Director of Product Strategy & Security for Dominion), and Nicole Nollette (Executive Vice President of Dominion Voting Systems) were present on the call with the elections board. The video of the meeting is available publicly, and we have provided it below for transparency. During the meeting, the Chicago Elections Board approved Dominion contractors and employees to “telework and “work from home” – or work remotely – due to the COVID emergency” according to the National File.
This gave Dominion employees/contractors full access to voter data and system files from any location around the world – something some would see as dangerous and negligent. One would also think that with this type of access, it leaves room for hacking and unauthorized use.
This motion, approved by the elections board, gave Dominion Voting Systems unfettered access to Chicago’s voting records and system files for over 7 months, including poll books and absentee ballot requests.
According to the National File, “If Chicago’s election results were invalidated because of vote fraud and ballot manipulation, Biden’s total of 3,450,333 votes in Illinois would be reduced to 1,735,541 while President Trump’s total of 2,434,252 votes in that state would be reduced to 1,879,251. President Trump would win Illinois’ 20 Electoral College votes by 143,710 votes, a comfortable margin.”