BLACK BOX VOTING: Georgia’s government attorneys argue Dominion election fraud “trade secrets” must not be probed

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Lawyers representing the state of Georgia against We the People in our fight for a fair election say that a forensic inspection of Dominion Voting Systems would violate the company’s “trade secrets,” and thus must not be allowed to happen.

Buried deep within Judge Timothy C. Batten’s restraining order released late Sunday night from an Atlanta District Court are claims by Georgia state attorneys, supposedly acting on behalf of the public via the local government, that probing Dominion voting machines to verify the election results poses a risk to Dominion’s “proprietary” methods of logging and tabulating votes.

No fewer than nine times is the term “trade secret” included in the contract between Dominion and the state of Georgia, this being the excuse used to justify keeping the vote tabulation protocol a secret from We the People, who deserve to know precisely what happened that resulted in President Trump’s massive lead being mysteriously replaced by a Joe Biden “win” in Georgia.

“Defendants’ counsel … argued that allowing such forensic inspections would pose substantial security and proprietary / trade secret risks to Defendants,” the filing reads.

“Plaintiffs’ counsel responded that Defendants’ concerns could be alleviated by an order from the Court (1) allowing Defendants’ own expert(s) to participate in the requested inspections, which would be video-recorded, and (2) directing the experts to provide whatever information they obtain to the Court – and no one else – for an in camera inspection.”

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Georgia must procure Dominion contracts while under restraint

Based on the arguments put forth, it was ultimately decided that the state of Georgia must file a brief by Dec. 2 outlining in detail any factual bases it has, if any, against allowing the three forensic inspections.

“The brief should be accompanied and supported by affidavit or other evidence, if appropriate,” the restraining order explains.

In the meantime, the state of Georgia is barred from altering, destroying or erasing, or allowing such to occur at the hands of others, any software or data on any Dominion voting machine in Cobb, Gwinnett, and Cherokee Counties, all of which are located in the greater Atlanta area.

The state of Georgia has also been ordered to “promptly produce” to those representing We the People, a copy of the contract between it and Dominion, which again contains lots of “trade secret” language.

“This temporary restraining order shall remain in effect for ten days, or until further order of the Court, whichever comes first,” the order, issued on Nov. 29, concludes.

The whole thing is outlandish, especially in light of the fact that the state of Georgia is pretending to represent We the People while trying to argue that voting machines owned by a private, foreign company must not be analyzed because of alleged “trade secrets.”

Instead of trying to secure the vote to ensure a fair election result, Georgia is working on behalf of foreign subverters to keep the truth under wraps, which will only expand the ire of patriots who are demanding answers.

“The bizarre nature of government lawyers defending a private, foreign company’s ‘trade secrets’ instead of attempting to secure the vote of the American public will raise further questions about the company’s involvement in U.S. voting systems,” reports The National Pulse.

“The term ‘trade secret’ is used no fewer than NINE times in the contract between Georgia and Dominion Voting Systems.”

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