Last week, reports started surfacing that the U.S. Army had raided Scytl Servers in Germany as part of the investigation into the election fraud in this year's elections.
Rep. Louie Gohmert told Newsmax that he had been told of the U.S. Army raiding Scytl and seizing servers.
Here is the video clip from Rep. Gohmert when he mentioned the servers being confiscated:
On Thursday, during the press conference that Rudy Giuliani held, attorney Sidney Powell confirmed that this actually did happen.
A reporter asked, "Sidney, speaking of our votes being held and processed overseas, there were reports that a piece of hardware possibly a server was picked up in Germany. Is that true and is it related to this?"
Powell replied, "That is true. It is somehow related to this. But I do not know if good guys got it or bad guys got it."
More rumors are that President Trump actually won by a massive landslide and collected a whopping 410 electoral votes.
The raw data in the server seized by the US military shows Trump won by a landslide 👇🏻👇🏻👇🏻 410!!!!https://t.co/Y7qP2PeIpf @realDonaldTrump @RudyGiuliani @DelRichAnderson @VA_GOP, VOID all results in landslide states and declare the R-candidates winners!! pic.twitter.com/5UpvHZDiEE
— Manga Anantatmula for Congress (R/VA-11) (@Manga4Congress) November 14, 2020
Conversely, the mainstream media has been denying that it actually happened.
Voting equipment company Dominion Voting Systems has been at the center of unfounded conspiracy theories — many spread by President Donald Trump — that claim Democrats committed voter fraud and stole the 2020 election for Joe Biden.
There’s no evidence that Dominion’s systems were used nefariously in the election, but false claims about the company keep coming.
Posts circulating online claim that the U.S. military raided the Spanish election software company Scytl in Germany and seized its servers for evidence of manipulation in the 2020 U.S. elections. Some posts claim the servers have ties to Dominion.
This is false. Scytl said in a statement that the U.S. military hasn’t seized anything and that it doesn’t have offices in Germany. The U.S. Army, which was identified in some posts as the military branch supposedly involved, denied to the Associated Press that such an event took place.
It's truly sad that they deny that it happened, but more so that they deny that there are any problems with Dominion.