BOMBSHELL! Dominion Whistleblower Releases Admin Password PROVING Remote Access to Voting Systems

Dominion software is used in many states, and it was used to count the votes in the 2020 presidential election. A few states decided not to use Dominion because there are serious concerns about the software.

A whistleblower came forward this week with written documentation about Dominion's software and password access.

The Whistleblower is very close to the situation. They are an employee of the company. This person was trusted by the company enough to have been granted the authority to change a password and remotely access the voting machines.

The document details how, with a special code, a password can be changed by anyone who has access to the code. Even though counties had set up their own passwords, they could be changed and then changed back by anyone who has a code. A page of the document has a step-by-step description of the process and explains how the user can easily change passwords.

Code Monkey Z said,

Our whistleblower is not from Arizona.
Our whistleblower is from one of the many other states that used the Dominion software.
Our whistleblower went to excruciating effort to detail and archive everything possible.
Our whistleblower was trusted enough to be given instructions on how to modify the BIOS.

The whistleblower reached out with footage filmed of the Dominion Election Management System inside an election center in one of the states that used Dominion software and hardware (not Arizona).

As you will see in the video, the whistleblower initially discusses with a Dominion employee about who holds the BIOS password and it is discovered that the STATE is keeping the password – not Dominion, and not the county.

Later, the whistleblower asks the Dominion employee about connectivity and whether or not the machines can be connected to the internet…

With just 1 minute and 17 seconds, we expose their most egregious lie.


The whistleblower also has footage on film of the Dominion Election Management System. It came from inside an actual election center in one of the U.S. states that uses the Dominiom system. The whistleblower was assigned to an election site other than Arizona.

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