They Just Proved You Could Manipulate The Voting Machines! kristel June 17, 2021 Uncategorized SQL on Dominion voting machines in Fulton County, Pennsylvania, and Antrim County, Michigan, suggests that data was queried and/or manipulated during the 2020 election. The existence of the Microsoft SQL database on the Dominion Voting Machines in the county was discovered in a recent election review conducted in Pennsylvania’s Fulton County and released in February 2021. The analysts found “no valid reason” for the software to be installed on the system. They also reported that Dominion failed to fill out the appropriate forms regarding the software, based on the Fulton County reports. On December 2020 the election-shattering Antrim County Michigan audit report of the 2020 Election results in the County was released. It has been reported that the Microsoft SQL Server Database was present and was not protected with a password. In both reports, Microsoft SQL was discovered and reported. We already know that Microsoft SQL Management Studio isn’t a hacking tool and that it doesn’t allow users to circumvent the protection. It is a program that allows a user with appropriate permissions to manage databases. The statement that the databases could be altered by a user with proper rights, on the other hand, is correct. DBAs (Database Administrators) and developers who use SQL as their database software of choice typically use the program. The group of auditors on DePerno’s team provided an attachment (Exhibit 12) to their report that described the county’s use of SQL and how it might be used to directly change data. They also released the following video related to the topic. It will be fascinating to see where this SQL software is next discovered, as well as the data changes that occur during the 2020 election. Sources: thegatewaypundit.com, documentcloud.org, scribd.com, thegatewaypundit.com (2) Leave a Reply Cancel ReplyYour email address will not be published.CommentName* Email* Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.