"Whistleblower Alleges Election Data Firm Konnech Inc. Transferred American Poll Workers' Data to China"

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Former Employee's Lawsuit Raises Serious Questions about FBI's Investigation of Konnech Inc. and Chinese Interference in American Elections!

In a shocking revelation, a former employee of Konnech Inc., Grant Bradley, has come forward with explosive allegations that the election data firm, run by its founder Eugene Yu Konnech, transferred sensitive information of American poll workers to China. The whistleblower filed a lawsuit in December in Michigan state court, providing an insider's view of the company's operations and revealing that Konnech used "election logistic software" for 32 clients in North America, utilizing "developers, designers and coders" who are all Chinese nationals based out of Wuhan, China.

Electoral Integrity Under Threat: Whistleblower's Explosive Allegations of Data Transfer to China Shake the Foundations of American Democracy.

According to Bradley's complaint, he states that he "worked with the Chinese programmers on a daily basis," and that he "witnessed customer's data (specifically poll watcher information) being made accessible to foreign nationals from China." When he raised concerns about foreign nationals having access to the data, Bradley alleges that his supervisors said that "everyone [other software companies like Microsoft and Apple] was doing it."

This revelation raises serious questions about the FBI's involvement in the investigation of Konnech and the Los Angeles County District Attorney's office's decision to drop its criminal case against Konnech's founder, Eugene Yu. Furthermore, Bradley's lawsuit also includes allegations that his reputation was ruined as a result of Konnech's illegal storing of data on servers in China, bringing to light the possibility that Konnech did indeed store data in China and reviving concerns over the FBI's investigation and the L.A. D.A's decision to drop the criminal charges against Yu.

The lawsuit filed by Bradley is not the only indication of potential wrongdoing at Konnech. In August of 2022, True the Vote, an organization that works to ensure election integrity, released a series of podcasts in which its founder, Catherine Engelbrecht, and a former board member, Gregg Phillips, claimed to be assisting the FBI in exposing Konnech's use of a server in China to store election workers' personal identifying information. In one podcast, they announced they were working with people "to bring this work to, to a grand jury for the first time," and that they have the "support of, of a major prosecutorial office in the United States...and [that] they are moving this along."

It is worth noting that True the Vote has had its own legal issues with Konnech. In September 2022, Konnech filed a lawsuit against True the Vote, accusing the organization of defamation and spreading false information about the company. The lawsuit followed the series of podcasts in which Engelbrecht and Phillips made their allegations about Konnech's use of a server in China.

The allegations made by Bradley and True the Vote, if proven to be true, would have serious implications for the integrity of the American electoral process. The transferring of sensitive information of American poll workers to a foreign country, particularly one with a history of interference in American politics, would be a grave threat to the security of American democracy.

The fact that the FBI and L.A. D.A's were involved in the investigation of Konnech, and that the L.A. D.A's decided to drop the criminal charges against Yu, raises serious questions about the efficacy of these institutions in protecting the American electoral process.

It is also worth noting that Bradley's claims are not the only recent allegations of foreign interference in American elections. In the months leading up to the 2020 presidential election, there were multiple reports of foreign interference, particularly from Russia and China.

In August 2020, the Office of the Director of National Intelligence released a statement warning that "China prefers that President Trump – whom Beijing sees as unpredictable – does not win re-election." The statement went on to say that "Russia has been actively working to denigrate Vice President Biden and what it sees as an anti-Russia 'establishment'."

The allegations made by Bradley and True the Vote, in conjunction with these previous reports of foreign interference, paint a disturbing picture of the potential vulnerabilities in the American electoral process. It is imperative that these allegations are thoroughly investigated and that the necessary measures are taken to protect the integrity of American democracy.

Bradley's brave decision to come forward with this information serves as a stark reminder of the importance of whistleblowers in uncovering potential wrongdoing and ensuring that the truth is brought to light. His willingness to speak out, despite the potential consequences to his reputation and career, is a testament to his commitment to upholding the integrity of the American electoral process.

As this case continues to unfold, it will be crucial for the public to stay informed and for the necessary authorities to take swift and decisive action to address any wrongdoing that may have occurred. The security of American democracy and the trust of the American people in the electoral process must be protected at all costs.

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