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Subject NEW REPORT: Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency concludes there’s no evidence of the exploitation of flaws in Dominion machines
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Original Message Trump Lies About 2020 Election Debunked By Federal Investigation — Again

There remains no real-world evidence of systematic fraud in the 2020 presidential election, and there’s — by all appearances — still going to be no real-world evidence of that imaginary fraud no matter how much time passes and how many claims to the contrary Trump releases. Now, a review by the federal entity called the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) has concluded there’s no evidence of the exploitation of flaws in Dominion-brand elections equipment.

Based on available information, what this federal conclusion entails is (among other things) there’s no evidence of perceptible issues with the equipment becoming a method for imaginary election-meddlers to change election outcomes. Machines from Dominion Voting Systems have been among the various moving parts of the electoral process that have figured prominently in delusional pro-Trump conspiracy theories about the last presidential election.

“We have no evidence that these vulnerabilities have been exploited and no evidence that they have affected any election results… Of note, states’ standard election security procedures would detect exploitation of these vulnerabilities and in many cases would prevent attempts entirely. This makes it very unlikely that these vulnerabilities could affect an election,” Brandon Wales, CISA’s executive director, explained.

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