Entreprenuer Patrick Byrne has written a multi-series analysis on what transpired when his team of data analysts tried to assist Donald Trump’s legal team in exposing 2020 voter fraud.
According to Byrne, Rudy Giuliani was more concerned with a few hundred dead people voting in Detroit, than exposing a vast multi-state conspiracy to steal an election.
Before the famous Nov. 19 news conference (when hair dye dripped from Giuliani’s head), Giuliani was drinking late into the night and refusing to respond to Byrne’s offers of help.
- 2020 voting data was sent to Frankfurt, Barcelona, Serbia and Canada.
- Most, if not all, related voting websites used WordPress and had multiple issues related to out-of-date plugins and themes.
- Dominion and Smartmatic overlapped an IP address in Barbados and have a mutual non-compete agreement detailing shared resources and code.
- Dominion assigns its patents to Shanghai Bank Corporation (HSBC), headquartered in London.
Byrne, Sidney Powell and General Mike Flynn used their pull for a surprise Dec. 18 visit to see Trump in the oval office. Flynn had not seen Trump for four years.
Their suggestion: For Trump to direct DHS federal forces to the six counties in question, and hold a vote re-count on live TV, using the paper ballots that were held as fail-safe back-up.
“The press would tear him apart.”Advice from Trump’s lawyer Pat Cipollone, according to Patrick Byrne
It became obvious to Byrne that the President’s staff was more interested in protecting their post-Trump lifestyle. One lawyer already had a new job lined up.
Trump insisted Giuliani lead this new Powell-Flynn-Byrne strategy, and ordered Powell be given top secret security clearance, much to the dismay of Trump’s lawyers.
However, in the days that followed Powell was not even granted a White House ID and it became clear through communications with chief of staff Mark Meadows that their new plan had been called off.