BREAKING EXCLUSIVE: Whistleblower Steps Forward — Provides Proof From Detroit TCF Center that Election Computers Were Connected Online — WITH PHOTO

A brave whistleblower stepped forward and shared an image of a computer that was used at the TCF Center to process absentee ballots from a recent Detroit election.

According to our whistleblower, who had access to the room where absentee ballots were being counted, Wayne County election workers were instructed to keep laptops used in the counting facility on “airplane mode” at all times.

This was during the August primary election in Detroit for city officials and local proposals.

The photo was taken when the whistleblower turned off the “airplane mode,” and the following internet connections appeared:

** City of Detroit (actively connected to the computer)
** AV Connect
** Challenger Admin
** Challenger Checkin
** Conti-HTE
** Conti2018
** Cp77949

We shared the image of the computer screen with the former two-term MI Senator Patrick Colbeck. He explained to us that the image could be “an internal network, but definitely vulnerable to devices in proximity.”

The whistleblower who does not wish to be identified over fears of retribution also shared their concern over events that occurred at the TCF Center during the November 2020 election.

Here is the image from the TCF Center provided by the whistleblower.

This is explosive news!

We also saw this in Michigan’s 2020 presidential election. Matthew DePerno is the only attorney in America to legally gain access by a judge to a forensic audit of the Dominion Voting machines that were used in the 2020 election.

In June 2021 Attorney DePerno posted a series of tweets, where he explained how the EMS (election management system) was REMOTELY and successfully logged into anonymously on two different dates.

He begins his series of tweets by saying, “We have been lied to.”

1. The Antrim County election management system (EMS) was REMOTELY and successfully logged into anonymously on 11/05/2020 at 5:55 PM and again on 11/17/2020 at 5:16 PM.
Yes, that is correct . . . REMOTELY

2. Those dates are significant because they correspond directly to the dates the county and SOS were trying to correct the intentional computer problems that subverted the election.
These logons appear to have escalated privileges at the time of logon. Again . . . REMOTELY

4. We were told there was no internet connection.
We were told there was no remote access.
We were told this was human error.
All lies.
This is fraud.
This decertifies the Antrim County election.
SOS Benson should resign or be impeached.

Attorney DePerno went even further during his June interview with The War Room.

DePerno said the Antrim County system was remotely accessed by an anonymous user and was used to influence the Republican vote.

So we know that these election management systems can be REMOTELY and successfully logged into anonymously.

This is a huge development and should concern every American who cares about free and fair elections.

Update… We worked as fast as we could to double check with IT experts and attorneys today before we posted this report.

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