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’Election was the most secure in American history,’ says DHS

’Election was the most secure in American history,’ says DHS

The DHS’ Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) said the Nov. 3rd election was the ’most secure in American history’. The agency added, ’there is no evidence that any voting system deleted or lost votes, changed votes, or was in any way compromised.’ On the same day as the release of this statement, the White House fired Bryan Ware, assistant director for cybersecurity at CISA.

Chris
Chris
Steve
Steve 2 months

The House and Senate voting results were accepted, the Presidential vote not accepted, why? they were all on the same ballot.

Steven
Steven 2 months

So where does Trump's challenge on voter fraud go from here, apart from recounts?

Karlo
Karlo 2 months

As a foreigner who feels like stability of the US is in our best interest, it is worrying that apparently on-going law suits, pending recounting of votes, and claims of apparently unexplained irregularities are dismissed before they have been "substantiated in court". It is a relief that the officials of public-private councils who are responsible for election security feel confident the elections are secure. It is another matter whether the half-ish of the voters can join in this confidence and accept the result once it is confirmed.

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