Posted: November 19, 2020
Category: David J. Harris , NATIONAL HEADLINES
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Conflict of Interest: Chris Krebs Fired Over Statement that Hid Alleged Relationship Between Feds and Dominion Voting System

President Donald J. Trump fired Chris Krebs, the director of cybersecurity after a very strange announcement went viral about the security of the 2020 Presidential Election claiming it was very safe and secure.

Krebs was head of CISA – the Agency that issued Nov. 12 statement declaring election the “most secure in American history.” CISA failed to disclose that Dominion Voting System, which is the center of the Trump campaign’s focus for voter fraud and foreign interference, was a member of one of the two issuing CISA committees.

On Tuesday Trump fired Krebs by posting on Twitter.

 reported on the firing and said, “Mr. Trump fired Krebs by tweet on Tuesday, claiming falsely and with no evidence that a statement from Krebs’ CISA calling the 2020 election the most secure in history was highly inaccurate. The president has refused to concede the election, despite President-elect Joe Biden’s projected victory, but legal efforts by Mr. Trump’s campaign have so far failed to show any examples of mass fraud.”

The Epoch Times reported on the Dominion Voting System alleged connection to the CISA and said, “Dominion is a Member of the Council That Disputed Election Integrity Concerns in DHS Statement Dominion Voting Systems which obscured company’s council membership, to dispute concerns over voting systems”

On Nov 12 CISA issued a statement disputing voting irregularities saying “the November 3rd election was the most secure in American history.” The statement noted “There is no evidence that any voting system deleted or lost votes, changed votes, or was in any way compromised.”

What the agency failed to disclose, however, is that Dominion Voting Systems, along with Smartmatic, is a member of CISA’s Election Infrastructure Sector Coordinating Council – one of the two entities that authored the statement put out by CISA.

On Nov. 12, this publication published an article detailing a number of concerns raised about the integrity of Dominion Voting Systems in a sworn Aug. 24 declaration from a poll watcher and acknowledged expert on electronic voting security.

Many people suspected that Dominion helped author CISA statement which exonerates Dominion.

Catherine Herridge of CBS News reported and said, “

A DHS official tells @CBSNews there was a sense the @CISAKrebs termination was coming + it was not a surprise to DHS senior leadership. The official said there was a significant escalation, beginning last week with media reporting, citing multiple sources close to Krebs, that he expected to be fired + this was compounded by his public statement on 2020 being the most secure election as well as his tweets, that were seen to personally call out the President. The official said there were administration concerns that Krebs was not doing due diligence on claims of voter fraud, + malfunctioning machines, adding the issue of election security/fraud is not “cut and dry” + goes to public confidence in the voting process.”

Sidney Powell, an attorney working for the Trump campaign, disputes that the tabulation of votes that the media is giving the American public represents real votes by Americans.

Powell has said numerous times that foreign companies, foreign equipment and foreign counters were involved with the election and that they actually took up to 6 Million votes from Trump, as well as stuffing the ballot box or Biden.

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