Historically political activity leading up to mid-term elections has gone off the chart, following the proceeding Labor Day weekend, this year ending September 5th.
Following President Biden’s election, the federal government’s close collaboration with private tech companies has grown.
As a rule of thumb, public / private partnerships typically end up negatively effective American citizens’ liberties.
The Biden administration formed a Joint Cyber Defense Collaborative to enlist tech companies, including Amazon, Google, and Microsoft, to work closely with the government to fight hackers hammering critical infrastructures such as power and water systems and election security.
In preparation for controlling the 2022 elections, Big Brother has announced the National Security Agency (NSA) has deployed its ‘Election Security Group’ (NSG) to ‘protect’ the midterm elections.
The NSA will work to identify and fight foreign cyberhackers “by exposing them publicly, making their financial costs skyrocket, and by deploying other techniques,” according to the Washington Times.
“Thousands of people are going to work every day to defend the elections from foreign threats, from generating insights to sharing information to imposing costs by degrading and disrupting foreign adversary activity,” Katrina Cheesman, Election Security Group spokesperson, told The Washington Times.
The Washington Times reported:
The National Security Agency and Cyber Command have activated their Election Security Group tasked with disrupting foreign cyberattackers aiming to hack or interfere with the upcoming midterm elections, assembling a team to combat threats coming from China, Iran, and Russia.
The group uses its foreign signals and intelligence collection capabilities to identify attackers and their intent and then fights against attackers by exposing them publicly, making their financial costs skyrocket, and by deploying other techniques.
The team includes information specialists, planners, and operations specialists that are squarely focused on foreign threats while leaving related domestic work to the FBI and Department of Homeland Security.
When the Election Security Group spots a cyberattack it will go on offense against the attacker, while its information provided to the domestic agencies can be used to diminish an attacker’s efforts in the U.S.
In reality, the biggest threat to US elections is not a foreign nation, but instead the collusion taking place with big tech, the FBI, and the entire democratic apparatus.
Joe Biden during one of his many Freudian slips, the mentally declining one inadvertently admitted that the Democrat party has the ‘most extensive’ voter fraud organization in US history.
“We have put together, and you guys did it for President Obama’s administration before this, the most extensive and inclusive voter fraud organization in the history of American politics,” Biden said during a virtual Get Out the Vote event in 2020.
?? BIDEN ADMITS TO VOTER FRAUD! ??@JoeBiden brags about having the “most extensive VOTER FRAUD organization” in history‼️
— Kayleigh McEnany (@kayleighmcenany) October 24, 2020
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