I was on the ground in Detroit at the AV Counting Board. I have evidence that suggests their computers were connected to the internet despite objections to that fact by top election officials. Why is this important?
Find out in the following post. https://t.co/bAMuRvJv3m
— Patrick Colbeck✝️ (@pjcolbeck) November 9, 2020
Former Michigan State Senator and 2018 gubernatorial candidate Patrick Colbeck says he witnessed voting machines in Detroit that were connected to the internet on election night.
Colbeck says Detroit election officials told him they were not.
But Colbeck, who is a Microsoft Certified Small Business Specialist, stated in a sworn affidavit that he observed a Microsoft Windows PC icon identifying an active internet connection on screens of computers being used to tabulate ballots at the TCF Center in Detroit on election night.
“What is the professional justification for these voting machines being connected to the internet?” Colbeck was asked by TruNews’ Host Rick Wiles during an interview on Thursday.
“There’s only one explanation: someone wanted to manipulate that data remotely…that’s the only reason for that to exist,” Colbeck responded.