Former professor David Clements has just released an extended trailer for his upcoming documentary titled, “Let My People Go,” a film that could prove to be the most definitive breakdown of not only how the rigged 2020 election was pulled off, but also the human costs associated with the January 6 Capitol “riot” prisoners and investigators that dared challenge the government-approved narrative. The film should be released in early October 2023.
(Video By David Clements. Article cross-posted from Natural News.)
During political activist Mike Lindell’s Election Crime Bureau event, the ex-academic presented on the topic of “Election Night Reporting.” He also tackled the undeniable proof that a proportional-integral-derivative-controlled algorithm not only exists in all 50 states but also shaped the outcome in swing states like Georgia.
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Clements pointed out that the motion picture aims to solve the mystery connected to the rigged machines and software, from input to output. He said that the film centers on many controversial election vendors, the corrupt Department of Justice (DOJ) and the Department of Homeland Security (DHS). Even the trailer is already facing massive censorship on X, formerly called Twitter, YouTube and other big tech platforms.
According to Joe Hoft, author and contributor at independent news outlet The Gateway Pundit, the film features the most qualified experts investigating the 2020 election theft. Appearing in the documentary are Hoft, certified public accountant, auditor and author of “The Steal” trilogy; Jeffrey Lenberg, a former Sandia National Labs nation-state vulnerability expert; Dr. Walter Daugherity, renowned computer scientist; Draza Smith, former Sandia National Labs Cyber/Grid security expert; and Harry Haury, Cyber Security Systems Expert and co-author of the Help America Vote Act; Joe Oltmann, System Architecture Expert and Tech CEO.
Col. Shawn Smith, U.S. Air Force (ret.) former Senior Military Evaluator for Space, Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance Systems; and Clay Parihk, election systems testing expert and whistleblower are also in the film. Of course, David and his wife, professional engineer Erin Clements, who has co-authored one of the most definitive vulnerability assessments of the U.S. election system from numerous audits conducted in New Mexico and their research in other jurisdictions, also appear in the movie. There are also many other prominent experts included.
America-wide cell network allowed big government access to election systems, down to the precinct level
Meanwhile, Clements also guested on “The Joe Hoft Show” on August 24 where he discussed the bombshell story that he and his wife revealed about FirstNet, a nationwide cellular network that connects election equipment, and gives the federal government access to election systems at the precinct level.
In a separate article on JoeHoft.com, he said that there has been an incestuous collaboration between the DHS, the Election Assistance Commission (EAC), leftist/globalist funding, foreign companies and their private partners, which allowed for the real-time monitoring of all election data, and more importantly, the ability to change the results.
The idea of a national cellular network dedicated to public safety was hatched in the wake of 9/11 and in 2012, Congress created the First Responder Network Authority under the Department of Commerce to oversee the build-out of “FirstNet.” The original goal was for the network to serve police, fire and emergency medical technician (EMT) services but the scope soon expanded to include all “critical infrastructure.” It then included water, energy and transportation infrastructure.
According to the professor, days before former President Barack Obama left office, DHS used the specter of “Russian interference” in the 2016 election as an excuse to declare election systems to be a part of that critical infrastructure. As a result, the stage was set to roll election systems into FirstNet, which was built with the AT&T telecommunications network.
“While experts could understand the functional capabilities of how these programs manipulate elections at the county and state levels, one area of mystery remained. They could not fully explain how systems within individual precincts which are supposedly ‘air-gapped’ were adding votes in real-time – such as KnowInk poll pads in Texas that added hundreds of votes to the 2022 midterm election after the polls had closed,” Clements wrote. “To accomplish election fraud at individual polling places, it is necessary to have an air interface with the supposedly ‘air-gapped’ equipment networked at the polling place.”
He added that a year-long research project by an election integrity investigator from Utah, Sophie Anderson, and communications engineer, Dr. Charles Bernardin, has uncovered what is the mechanism that connected election equipment at polling places across the nation.
“After submitting a countless number of public document requests from multiple federal, state, and local governments, and working with other grassroots researchers, the team realized that the federal government has indeed created a nationwide network that is capable of collecting and changing real-time voting data at polling places across the country from a central location. That private network tool was FirstNet, and like so many things that have proven detrimental to American liberty, it was sold as a tool to ensure public safety,” he revealed. (Related: BOMBSHELL: The 2020 election took place under a Trump-declared “National Emergency” that set an Election Day trap for the “unauthorized accessing of election and campaign infrastructure.”)
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