Renowned forensic computer expert Jeff O’Donnell, who has worked closely with election fraud whistleblower Dennis Montgomery, has shed light on the clandestine methods used to undermine the voting process.
“The methods used were far-ranging and spent a lot of time and money subverting these elections. It took two years, and we’re still discovering new things about the methods and sources used,” O’Donnell said during a recent episode of “Connecting the Dots” with host Dan Happel on Brighteon.TV.
O’Donnell told Happel about the existence of two computer programs: Hammer and Scorecard. Hammer is a counter-intelligence surveillance program used to spy on activities on protected networks like voting machines without detection, while Scorecard is a vote-manipulation application that changes votes during transfer.
These programs were originally designed by Montgomery as tools for monitoring foreign entities affecting American security and influencing foreign elections. However, the Obama administration allegedly weaponized these programs in 2012, and Montgomery eventually became a whistleblower. (Related: Brannon Howse: November 23, 2020 – Interview with General Thomas McInerney about HAMMER, Scorecard and wholesale election theft.)
“It didn’t just magically start in 2020. We’ve been looking at the 2020 election and we see echoes and evidence of many elections in the past. So I believe 2020 was the culmination of technology and methods they were developing for decades,” O’Donnell said.
The Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic has provided the perfect opportunity to implement this strategy, as the crisis allowed the powers that be to capitalize on the situation and exploit it to their advantage. “They never let a good crisis go to waste. They use it. And that was the final piece that brought it all together for them.”
A combination of fraudulent mail-in votes, computer manipulation, external manipulation and external connections controlled the elections. O’Donnell outlined the various factors that contributed to election fraud, including demographic targeting across different regions and age groups. He stressed the consistency in patterns observed throughout the compromised elections, underscoring the calculated nature of the fraudulent activities.
“We now have accumulated so much data from across the country. It will touch the nine key states, showing the most consistent manipulation,” said O’Donnell.
He is planning to release a comprehensive report detailing the conspiracy to defraud the 2020 election on May 1.
“When you see this report, all these states and counties have the same voters. A voter in a small precinct in Nevada got out and in some ways voted the same as Union County, New Jersey or Carolina. I’ve given away a couple of states. That’s what they call a teaser,” he said.
“So when this drops, between now and May 1, it will be the culmination of the last few years of work. And if we can get it into the hands of the right people, and get them to read it, which is always the issue, it should forever change how people think about this election again.”
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