Trump’s claims gain strength, as Pakistani ISI links emerge in US elections
Team PresentMirror | Updated: Jan. 1, 2021, 11:07 a.m.
US Elections 2020, the most crucial event for every American citizen and the whole world which took place in the month of November 2020 is now being questioned for being fair due to many reasons combined. One such reason surfaced recently which claims that there are certain “foreign links” associated with the alleged rigging of US Elections, and to be more precise, the Pakistani ISI.
Cyber Security expert, Col. Phil Waldron has once again amplified US Elections voter fraud cries as he made sensational claims, while speaking to OANN’s Chritina Bobb, that the Nevada SOS forwarded personally identifiable voter information (voter rolls) to Kavtech, a private Pakistani-based business intelligence firm with close ties to the Pakistani intelligence services, ISI. The Secretary of State (SOS) of the US state, Nevada, has been found to be sharing the confidential voter information to a Pakistan-based business intelligence firm, Kavtech.
The Letter that brought things in light
Image File : The letter copy, Credits : the
Earlier, an incident shocked everyone, when
True the Vote
, America’s largest voters’ rights organization, wrote to the Nevada Secretary of State asking for the eligible voter list report in November. But they didn’t know that the response they will get will be packed with a shocking surprise.
Catherine Engelbrecht, President of True the Vote has written to the Assistant Attorney General for National Security, John C. Demers, “I was shocked to see the inclusion of another email address in the CC line.”
“The address was firstname.lastname@example.org. Waqas Butt is the CEO of Kavtech Solutions Ltd.. Kavtech is a Pakistani owned company, located in Lahore, Punjab, Pakistan, with ties to Pakistani intelligence, military, and the interior,” she mentioned.
“The fact that this company was cc’d on an email containing access to the Nevada voter registration database appears to be evidence of a breach within the Nevada Secretary of State’s email system,” Engelbrecht seemed worried.
Image File : A copy of the email cc’d to Kavtech’s Waqas
Kavtech’s close ties with the Pakistani intelligence service, ISI and its co-founder, Waqas Butt, being cc’d on emails containing personally identifiable voter information from the Nevada Secretary of State is a matter of grave concern. Kavtech's lead data scientist named Bilal Khan Nawabzada proudly tweets with #YesIamISI.
This year we witnessed a record-breaking cut-throat competition between Trump and Biden, but these type of allegations about the election procedure seems to have become a new norm in the US elections. Allegations are continuously being made from both sides that there’s something fishy going on and all is not well with the US electorate.
This serious data breach is a matter of grave concern for the National security because there is absolutely no reason to reveal the confidential information like the voter details to a third party outside the nation, and doing so can jeopardize the integrity of a nation and its citizens. The foreign powers on the least, might have their hands on the information of the voters in the particular state (Nevada), or even the whole United States at worst.
Crucial information such as the voters list data cannot be entrusted to any foreign power, especially if it is a country popular every now and then for harboring, and protecting the world-known terrorists. The officials at True the Vote have not yet given any statement in the public about this discovery of data breach until every evidence is confirmed by the authorities.
It was just before Elections when the Pakistani mouthpiece Dawn was seen desperate towards the resumption of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) loan programme which was suspended in February, to scale down the CPEC, when blacklisted by the Financial Action Task Force (FATF). Pakistan’s GDP contracted by 0.4 percent during 2019-20. And a re-election of Trump would not be a good news for Pakistan. ISI’s alleged involment in US elections voter fraud may not sound too surprising then, considering that a Trump re-election is also not encouraging for the masters at Beijing.
With all these incidents and allegations, we have seen so far, we can undoubtedly point towards the fact that the US election procedures are not so perfect as they claim them to be. Trump’s rigging cries are getting louder and gaining support with every passing day. Such incidents will be put to test on January 6th.
This article uses inputs and research by Nitigya Bhandari.
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