CONTEST(ED) 2020: Rep Gohmert Weighs In On Critical Piece Of Election Evidence

Written by Wes Walker on November 14, 2020

There’s a lot up in the air right now, and everyone is looking for answers. Rep Louis Gohmert was keying in on what might well be the motherlode, but then something weird happened…

Where do you go when you are looking for answers in data?

You can’t go wrong talking to an intel source or two, right?

So Louis Gomert did just that. He had questions about the foreign-based company responsible for the machines (and the data) that were responsible for tabulating Election 2020. On Sunday, he got himself some answers — or at least, figured out where to go looking for those answers.

It involved the software company that processed the ballots. They were processed in Barcelona, Spain.

The answers, he was told, were to be found in the tech company’s servers, hosted in Frankfurt, Germany.

But like seemingly EVERYTHING else this year, something weird happened. Before Gomert could act on that information… well, here it is in his own words.

Military personnel — described as American — broke into the German company where those servers were housed, and, if reports are accurate, made off with them.

Who was it? Were they are guys?
Guys dressed up like our guys?
Real agents gone rogue?

That part’s not exactly clear.

Is this good news? Have the good guys secured it? Or is this an instance of someone tying up loose ends?

Dominion happens to be the same company that Texas had rejected in their bid to run the 2020 election because the had significant security deficiencies.

Gateway Pundit claims to have a direct source who shed more light on the issue:

From our source: The US government, once they determined that this Dominion server was involved in switching votes, then the intelligence community began a search for the server and discovered that the server was in Germany. In order to get access to that server and have it available for use in a legal manner they had to have the State Department work in tandem with the Department of Justice. They had to request that the government of Germany cooperate in allowing this seizure of this server.

The appropriate documents required to affect that kind of seizure were put in place, signed off on, and it appears there was also US military support in this operation. The US military was not in the lead. But this helps explain why Esper was fired and Miller and Kash Patel were put in place — so that the military would not interfere with the operation in any way.

By getting ahold of the server they now are going to have the direct evidence of when they were instructed to stop counting. They will also discover who gave the direction to stop counting and who initiated the algorithm that started switching votes. The CIA was completely excluded from this operation. –GatewayPundit

For a little more detail on who this company is, and why they are a concern, see the Dan Bongino interview of two Trump team insiders (Jenna Ellis and Rudy Guliani).

CIA was cut out of the op, were they?

In the first part, Jenna Ellis briefly mentions some big reasons why Texas refused to do business with this company. In the second part, Rudy Guliani walks us through the red flags associated with this company, its players, its financial connections, and its overseas contacts.

For anyone navigating by time-stamp, Guliani jumps in at around the 59 minute mark.

If they have this data, it could detail *exactly* what was playing out in the General Election… complete with time stamps for each change.

All the information that would definitively prove which side is right in the question of who truly won the elections on November 3.

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