Many people are aware of simulation exercises that occurred before the CV19 rollout at Event 201 and on September 11, 2001. Did you know about election disruption simulated exercises called OPERATION BLACKOUT & The TIP Exercises?
Operation Blackout was a 2019 election-disruption simulation exercise with participants from the Department of Homeland Security, the US Secret Service, the FBI, and D.C. law firm, Venable.
The exercise was organized by government software provider Cybereason, a cybersecurity firm founded by former members of Israeli military intelligence cyber division Unit 8200. The firm is advised by former and current officials of the CIA and Israeli military intelligence.
The Transition Integrity Project (TIP) Exercise was another military-style war gaming series of events held in 2019 and 2020, simulating disrupted election scenarios which I spoke about in October 2020.
The description of the TIP election scenario states:
“Sixty-seven people participated as active “players” in one or more of the scenario exercises, while dozens more participated in the exercises as observers and offered feedback during debriefing sessions. Participants included members of both major political parties, former high-ranking government officials (including, for example, two former governors), senior political campaigners, nationally prominent journalists and communications professionals, social movement leaders, and experts on politics, national security, democratic reform, election law, and media.”
Link To Full Document HERE
It’s more critical than ever that voters from across the political spectrum continue to work together to ensure honest and fair elections moving forward.
In addition to the need for meaningful public oversight to ensure voting integrity, is the need to get military intelligence, alphabet agencies and the federal government out of our elections.
Microsoft’s ElectionGuard a Trojan Horse for a Military-Industrial Takeover of US Elections
“The fact that we are handing over the keys of American democracy to the military-industrial complex — it’s like giving the keys to the henhouse to a fox and saying, ‘here come in and take whatever you want.’ It’s obviously dangerous.” — Investigative journalist Yasha Levine
May 24, 2019 | By Whitney Webb | Mint Press News
“Earlier this month, tech giant Microsoft announced its solution to “protect” American elections from interference, which it has named “ElectionGuard.” The election technology is already set to be adopted by half of voting machine manufacturers and some state governments for the 2020 general election. Though it has been heavily promoted by the mainstream media in recent weeks, none of those reports have disclosed that ElectionGuard has several glaring conflicts of interest that greatly undermine its claim aimed at protecting U.S. democracy.
In this investigation, MintPress will reveal how ElectionGuard was developed by companies with deep ties to the U.S. defense and intelligence communities and Israeli military intelligence, as well as the fact that it is far from clear that the technology would prevent foreign or domestic interference with, or the manipulation of, vote totals or other aspects of American election systems.
Link To Full Article HERE