Albert Sensor Fraud

51 Minutes

Kate Dalley interviews former Michigan state senator Patrick Colbeck and former aerospace engineer. Colbeck explains the inside information of how elections are controlled by the government's use of Albert Sensors through a centralized management hub called the Elections Infrastructure Information Sharing and Analysis Center (EI-ISAC) managed by the Center for Internet Security (CIS) to provide real-time elections monitoring—for election devices that, we are told, cannot possibly be connected to the internet.

This is a good explanation of one very sinister aspect of election fraud, one that has the potential to manipulate large quantities of election results from one central location.

The interview describes some of the rationales used to impose the systems required to coordinate the data changes, and points out the fallacies of those explanations.

In addition, Mr. Colbeck provides evidence of one large county in Michigan that never legally certified their election results (and why they did not), potentially reversing the Michigan 2020 election outcome.

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Posted: September 20, 2023
Updated: September 21, 2023