The Georgia State Senate Judiciary Subcommittee on Elections unanimously passed a motion to audit Fulton County’s absentee ballots on Wednesday following the bombshell testimony of an expert witness who said his team was able to hack into the Dominion voting system.
The senators are requesting that all absentee ballots in Georgia’s largest county be inspected by Jovan Pulitzer, an American inventor and technology start-up founder who is best known for creating and patenting CRQ,
Georgia Senate Subcommittee just passed a motion to request Fulton County Board of Elections make all absentee ballots cast in Fulton County available for inspection by the @JovanHPulitzer's group. pic.twitter.com/fGSb6hmPqt
— TheSharpEdge (@TheSharpEdge1) December 30, 2020
During a hearing over fraud in the 2020 presidential election, Pulitzer confirmed that the Dominion tabulating machines are connected to the internet and two-way communication happens in real-time.
“It’s receiving data and sending data,” he told the Georgia state senators.
“At this very moment at a polling location in the county, not only do we now have access to the devices through the poll pad — the system — but we are in.”
Pulitzer pointed out that this should not be able to happen, yet he has documented evidence to prove it. The inventor went on to state that he has “no regard for the smoke and mirrors of how the machines work” because it’s all about the paper ballots.
“I don’t care about the machine. I don’t even care about the code that was written in the machine. What I care about is that physical artifact [ballot] and that physical artifact has material differences district to district that should not be there,” Pulitzer said.
He added that it would take him only two hours to look at 500,000 ballots.
When questioned, Pulitzer noted that the polling place his team hacked into is a physical location, not a mobile station and that his team has access to the data from the Georgia Senate runoff race from the polling station.