It's now clear that a number of Wisconsin's voting machines were on the 'net.
...Vital election equipment in at least seven Wisconsin counties has been connected to the internet, in some cases for nearly a year at a time, despite Wisconsin elections officials and voting machine vendors repeatedly claiming the devices cannot be hacked because they are not connected to the web.
A group of election security experts who went looking for vulnerabilities to check claims of vendors found the connections and warned the Wisconsin Elections Commission ahead of the 2018 midterm elections. But state officials failed to notify all but one of the counties...."Midterms", yes. Also the Tony Evers election. Curious, no, that that little fact is not mentioned.
And Guess Who ran the Wisconsin Election Commission which FAILED TO NOTIFY all those counties about POTENTIAL MASSIVE VOTE FRAUD??
Just co-incidence, of course.
His excuse? 'It wasn't important.'
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