Matthew DePerno, constitutional attorney in Michigan, revealed the forensic evidence shows Dominion voting machines had an unauthorized implant installed to circumvent its own security features.
DePerno said forensic images obtained in December 2020 show machines were connected to the internet, and evidence of “even remnants of foreign connections.”
“We’re the only case in the country that’s been actually able to look at forensic images,” he told War Room, Wednesday. “Dec. 6, 2020 we went into Antrim County and collected forensic images of [Dominion’s] election management system. We’ve been studying them since that time.”
DePerno and his team say they have “proof that voting machines used in the 2020 elections can be compromised and votes easily transferred from one candidate to another.”
DePerno said they uncovered a Microsoft “implant” installed on the machines that was not authorized by the election commission, “which means the actual system itself would be decertified.”
“You can use this type of program go directly in the database and circumvent any of these terrible easy security features Dominion has and manipulate any system they have,” he said.
“We’ve shown how unsecure they are,” DePerno said.
“Dominion wants to create this narrative which is a false narrative that their system is secured,” he said.
DePerno questioned the company’s legitimacy, when their machines could be so easily compromised.
“If you are a legitimate software company…that would be used in a national election there is no way that you would ever program a system that works like this,” he said.
DePerno said “it’s a complete lie” that his case in Michigan has no traction, or evidence.
“We have plenty of traction in this case, the evidence we have is actual evidence, it’s been verified over and over again,” he said.
“We put it into the court record,” Deperno said. “It’s right there for everyone to see.”