(Above flash bombs fired upon Trump protesters on January 6th for no reason.)
Americans who want free and fair elections are now being identified and tracked by the Federal Government.
The Department of Justice has committed to paying over $6 million to a multinational firm to create a database to host the reams of data prosecutors are gathering in cases against accused participants of the Jan. 6 riot at the U.S. Capitol.
Deloitte Financial Advisory Services, LLP was contracted in late May to help develop the database and the government has started transferring a large volume of materials, including tens of thousands of records from the U.S. Capitol Police, prosecutors said in a court filing this week.
“Following the Capitol Breach, the United States recognized that due to the nature and volume of materials being collected, the government would require the use of an outside contractor who could provide litigation technology support services to include highly technical and specialized data and document processing and review capabilities,” prosecutors wrote in the filing, which was submitted in a case against several accused Capitol rioters.
The government will work with Deloitte to process, review, and produce material related to the breach, using various tools to redact certain personal information.
We’ve reported on this before. When the United States Postal Inspection Service prepared their warrant to arrest ‘We Build the Wall’ hero Brian Kolfage, they included in their warrant the list of donors and prospective donors who helped this effort.