According to the Deep State news research team at Gateway Pundit, the big secret to stealing an election is do it with flash drives. Those ubiquitous USB memory sticks that everyone carries around these days have all sorts of useful features when it comes to influencing the outcome of an election.
Flash attacks in the news
The whole key to the “big steal” called the 2020 “election” was the surreptitious use of USB flash drives. More of the devices which can be accounted for “were reported either missing or suspiciously inserted into the voting systems used in the election.” In Arizona, for instance, the day after the hotly contested November 5 deadline to cast all the ballots, a Maricopa County home in upscale Fountain Hills was raided by federal officials.
The warrant named 56-year-old Elliot Kerwin and they took “eight hard drives, three computers and a bag of USB sticks” from the IT expert. News reports say he still hasn’t been charged with anything but they were “looking for evidence of a cyberattack on an unnamed organization and stolen voter data.”
News outlet Forbes uncovered the actual warrant and they revealed that “investigators have been looking into a computer intrusion at an unnamed ‘victim office,’ which occurred from October 21 to November 4.”
What they were looking for when they raided his house was “any evidence within the seized computers that showed they’d been used to access the IT network at the office, as well as ‘protected voters’ information’ and any indication that it had been disseminated to other people.”
Down in Georgia, everyone remembers the infamous video originating from State Farm Arena in Fulton County. Along with a stashed suitcase full of ballots under the table “numerous activities where USBs were transferred suspiciously between election personnel” were identified.
One rather unique “mother and daughter” team started seeing themselves on the evening news after one such suspicious hand-off.
Workers told to leave
Everyone has seen the miles of footage in the news of the State Farm Arena ballot counting mayhem. At 10:25 p.m. poll workers were told to leave the tabulation center. Not all of them left. Some carefully selected “workers” remained in the room “and were seen pulling suitcases full of ballots out from under tables.”
Ballots which were then counted. One of those special Deep State ballot workers was a “woman in a purple top.” She clearly helped “pull out the ballots” then sat down to count them. She didn’t realize the purse on her desk advertises her business. It wasn’t long before Ruby Freeman was being quizzed by investigators.
That’s when the news started reporting that Freeman’s “supervisor,” also present at the illicit counting procedure, is none other than her daughter, Shaye. Both are obviously anti-Trump liberals. The important part is that the security video seems to show “Ruby secretly passing something to her daughter during the ballot counting.” Something which looks suspiciously like a flash drive.
The item may not be clearly distinguishable but the intent to conceal the hand-off is unmistakable. Also in Georgia, a notorious “USB Guy” in Gwinnett County, “admitted to taking data from the Election Management System, plugging it into a laptop, then filtering it with Excel.” That happens to be a no-no because, it “circumvented the rules that external software isn’t allowed on election machines.”
Similar incidents were reported in the news from Pennsylvania and Wisconsin too. A month before the selection, on October 1, 2020, PA officials reported a stolen laptop and memory sticks.
Then shortly after the big night, reports surfaced of “outsiders with USBs and VCards” allowed to wander around “in Pennsylvania counting areas with no observers present.” In Milwaukee, Wisconsin, a single missing flash drive is blamed for “120,000 votes, all for Joe Biden, on the morning of November 4th.”