Disinfo: Voting systems were designed to be hacked and were used by Biden to win the election

Summary

The Dominion voting system and other vote counting systems are very easy to hack. They were designed to be easily hacked and to be able to manipulate the results. The inventor of this system in Venezuela said he managed to add a million new votes to ensure that Maduro is re-elected. This is the same software that has been used in many states in the USA. The idea is that it is easily hackable to manipulate election results, and it is all easy to do.

During the election day there was a spike of votes for Biden after the machines were updated.

Postal votes are not responsible for this spike. This is what the engineer from Venezuela says. The count in these states was interrupted. The countdown has never been so late before. The reason is that the people who took care of the count had discovered that the forms in the machine were not enough to overthrow the majority for Donald Trump. So they had to stop the count and restart the machine with a new formula sent to them over the internet. When they revived the formula it was much faster and favoured the Democrats much more, which is why there is this spike. It is not because of the postal votes. They were not all counted at the same time. The problem is that the machines have been changed so that there are more votes for Joe Biden than for Donald Trump.

Disproof

Disinformation message about the US in the context of US 2020 presidential election.

The spike of votes for Biden observed on election night were not due to a reset and update of counting machines but, depending on the state, some manual corrections of previous errors or the counting of new batches of mail in votes.

It should also be noted that Dominion does not have any ties to Venezuela.

The November 3rd elections was the most secure election in the history of the United States.

Read also: The possibility of mail-in voting fraud in the US is enormous because the postal service union supports Biden, Five facts prove that the US election is rigged, About two million of dead people voted for Biden .

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  • Reported in: Issue 221
  • DATE OF PUBLICATION: 18/11/2020
  • Outlet language(s) French
  • Countries and/or Regions discussed in the disinformation: Venezuela, US
  • Keywords: US Presidential Election 2020, Nicolas Maduro, Donald Trump, Joe Biden
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Russian coronavirus vaccine has dozens of orders unlike the American one

The anti coronavirus vaccine from the American company Moderna is unlikely to leave the United States in the near future. The vaccine turned out to be very expensive and it is unlikely that poor states can afford it. So no one is queuing up for the American novelty yet.

After the world’s first official registration of the Russian drug Sputnik V, dozens of countries have already applied for its purchase.

Disproof

The Pro-Kremlin outlet Vesti refers to the Guardian when it claims Moderna is too expensive to become popular among poorer countries, but it appears to mix up two vaccines. The original publication by the Guardian says that Moderna vaccine against coronavirus is more affordable than Pfizer: "The second reason to applaud is that Moderna’s vaccine can be kept in an ordinary fridge at 2 to 8C for a month. The big anxiety about the Pfizer/BioNTech vaccine is the need to keep it in what is known as ultra-cold chain – freezers running at between minus 70C and minus 80C. That makes it really hard in most countries to store and transport the vaccine, and nigh impossible in low-income countries, without substantial donor help."

To conclude its reporting, the disinformation outlet says that there are dozens of countries which have already applied for the purchase of the Russian vaccine in contrast to the American one for which "no one is queuing up".

It is speculation to say that cyberattacks against vaccine producers originated in Russia

The news of cyberattacks originating from Russia against companies developing a Coronavirus vaccine is just speculation, determined by the political trend, and Moscow regrets that it has become customary in the United States to blame Russia for everything.

Disproof

Recurrent pro-Kremlin disinformation narrative denying any involvement of the Russian government in hacker attacks and cyber-crime.

Cyberattacks in recent months originating in Russia and North Korea have targeted online accounts at seven companies researching Covid-19 drugs and vaccines, according to Microsoft.

Poland has a phobia of the Russian threat and its “imperialist” policies

President Andrzej Duda would not be himself if he did not mention the phobias haunting his political force. Once again, he claims that Russia poses a threat and its policies have “imperial” character.

President Duda presented as “success” the presence of foreign armed forces on the territory of Poland. He is proud of the fact that he has brought to Poland the real danger of turning it in a potential front-line country.

President Duda dreams about an illusionary integration within the Three Seas Initiative. These dreams are supposed to satisfy certain Polish complexes – in this mystical Three Seas Initiative, Poland should play the role of a pseudo-power. Although, no one else is particularly serious about these ambitions of Warsaw and its geopolitical fantasies.

Disproof

This message presents several popular pro-Kremlin narratives about the foreign policy of Poland - it promotes the widespread narrative about Russophobic Poland, misrepresents the nature of NATO’s military presence in this country and spreads wrong information about the Three Seas Initiative.

The Polish authorities are worried about the aggressive policies of Russia, which are manifested in the Russian illegal annexation of Crimea, Russia's armed military aggression in Ukraine and other hostile actions against the Russian neighbours.