‘No evidence’ voting in the US ‘was in any way compromised,’ says Department of Homeland Security

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‘No proof’ ballot in the United States ‘remained in any way jeopardized,’ says Department of Homeland Security

The November 3rd election was the “most safe and secure in American history” and “there is no proof that any voting system erased or lost votes, altered votes, or remained in any method jeopardized,” according to a declaration from the Department of Homeland Security’s (DHS) Cybersecurity and Facilities Security Firm (CISA). The declaration follows various claims of expected election scams by President Donald Trump and his allies.

” While we understand there are numerous unproven claims and opportunities for misinformation about the process of our elections, we can assure you we have the utmost confidence in the security and integrity of our elections, and you ought to too,” the declaration continues.

The declaration likewise follows a report from Reuters that Christopher Krebs, the official in charge of election cybersecurity and the director of CISA, expects to be fired by the White House. Krebs has actually been utilizing Twitter to actively combat false information about the election, consisting of providing duplicated denials of an incorrect conspiracy theory declaring secret computer system systems are committing citizen scams.

Trump has still not yielded the election, in spite of it being commonly contacted favor of Joe Biden on Saturday.

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