Sofware election software company Konnech was contracted with the Defense Department to manage election logistics for service members, according to a new report.
The news follows the arrest of the company’s CEO for reportedly storing poll worker data on Chinese servers.
BIG: New from @KanekoaTheGr8 – and there it is – “access to all the critical election subsystems that are required to rig the election, in a way that no one will ever notice.”
— Rasmussen Reports (@Rasmussen_Poll) October 19, 2022
“In response to a Breitbart News request, DoD provided documents revealing Konnech was contracted to provide online voting services for the states of Montana, New Jersey, and Nevada between July 8, 2010 and January 31, 2011. The now-defunct DoD Business Transformation Agency (BTA) awarded the contracts,” the outlet reported.
“Open source documents reveal the existence of a BTA email to Konnech on April 21, 2010 advising that “BTA would like to offer Konnech a [Blanket Purchase Agreement] for the FVAP Wizard Support Services Requirement.” The correspondence is titled “FVAP BTA Offer” and is further evidence of a relationship between Konnech and the Pentagon,” it added.
Look at the problems the military has had the last few elections. Making it hard for them to vote. Not getting their votes in on time. Not wanting to count votes cause they were late, or because our military is mostly conservative.
https://t.co/p4cQf3N3z9 via @BreitbartNews
— LordSaveUsFromTheLeft (@savefromtheleft) October 21, 2022
“Eugene Yu, the CEO of Konnech, a computer company based in Michigan, was arrested about a week and a half ago for allegedly stealing and storing the personal data of Los Angeles County election workers on servers in China,” the Epoch Times reported.
“This comes as Konnech, which provides computer services to the election departments of various counties, was awarded a five-year contract with Los Angeles County worth around $2.9 million back in 2020,” it added.
Eugene Yu, the CEO of @Konnech, a computer company based in #Mighigan, was arrested about a week and a half ago for allegedly stealing and storing the personal data of #LosAngeles County election workers on servers in #China. https://t.co/l01Vr0SZyh
— The Epoch Times (@EpochTimes) October 18, 2022
The report just ahead of the nation’s midterm elections adds concern to American voters regarding voting integrity.
The claims could also deter poll workers who are concerned about the leaking of their personal information.
The new report offers a shocking new look at the background of attempts to break election laws that may go back many years.