The Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) is a new department created within the DHS by the Trump administration in response the debacle that was the 2018 midterm elections. CISA treats the US digital infrastructure as a matter of national security. Part of that infrastructure involves the security of our elections.
CISA Director Chris Krebs had two years to do what his agency was mandated to do, which was to not have the vote tabulation of US elections contracted-out to a private European company with servers in Serbia.
On November 12th, Q posted the first drop since the election, announcing that Krebs’ Assistant Director, Bryan Ware had stepped down.
Why is this relevant?
How do you ‘show’ the public the truth?
How do you ‘safeguard’ US elections post-POTUS?
How do you ‘remove’ foreign interference and corruption and install US-owned voter ID law(s) and other safeguards?
It had to be this way.
Sometimes you must walk through the darkness before you see the light.
A couple of days later, Trump fired Krebs, himself by tweet, after Acting DHS Director, Chad Wolf refused Trump’s orders to do so.
Yesterday, Matt Masterson a cybersecurity adviser who was central to CISA’s work on “securing” the 2020 Election, posted his own farewell thread on Twitter, thanking partners and praising CISA’s work.
“I leave w/ absolute confidence the @CISAgov team will build on the success [sic] we had,” Masterson tweeted. He ended his thread repeating what Krebs had tweeted when he was fired by Trump last month, including Krebs’ spelling error: “Honored to serve. We did it right. Defend Today, Secure Tomrorow. #Protect2020”
Were these comms?
Masterson was formerly the Commissioner of the Election Assistance Commission (EAC), which Tore Maras says had purposefully failed to maintain certification of the voting machines since 2017, which according to an Act of Congress, nullifies both the 2018 Midterms and the 2020 Election!
Tore believes the intentional failure to certify the machines was a trap laid out by the Democrats, as a final backup plan to create an open-and-shut impeachment case, should Trump manage to overcome the fraud and corruption arrayed against him.
Chris Krebs presided over not only the 2020 Election fraudfest but also over what is officially being called the largest cyber attack in US history, which is ongoing and which started in March of this year. It was only detected last week by a private firm.
Several large corporations and government agencies have been hacked, including the Department of Energy and the National Nuclear Security Administration, revealing national security secrets and details about America’s nuclear missiles, nuclear fuel, conventional power grid assets and more.
Where was Chris Krebs while a foreign state agency hacked SolarWinds for months on his watch?
The Mainstream Media, as ever is accusing Russia but it is more than likely that the SolarWinds hack is from China. Lt Gen Mike Flynn has been confirming that there was “foreign interference” in the US elections and, like Lt Gen McInerney, he’s been calling for Trump to invoke the Insurrection Act.
Meanwhile, superlawyer Lin Wood, yesterday accused Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts of being corrupt for refusing to hear Texas’ election fraud case and for slow-walking Sidney Powell’s lawsuit.
In addition, Wood claimed to have listened to an August 19th conversation between Justice Roberts and Justice Stephen Breyer, discussing how to get Trump voted out. He claimed Roberts said that he would make sure “the mother f#*ker would never be re-elected.” Wood added, “This may be most important tweet of my life.
“Chief Justice John Roberts is corrupt & should resign immediately. Justice Stephen Breyer should also resign immediately.
“They are ‘anti-Trumpers’ dedicated to preventing public from knowing TRUTH of @realDonaldTrump
Being that Wood specializes in defamation law at the highest level, his claims cannot be taken lightly and as Mike Adams says here, the Supreme Court can now be understood to be “complicit” in the conspiracy to overthrow the United States of America.