Today on Bannon’s morning War Room program, he opened his second segment with a cold open of J. Alex Halderman, Professor of Computer Science and Engineering at the U of Michigan testifying in 2007 before the Senate Intelligence committee about the ease at which voting machines can be hacked. Halderman, an expert on the topic, has written an independent report based on his study of the voting machines.

It seems the Democrats were quite concerned about it back then, but that’s now down the memory hole. Except that Bannon hasn’t forgotten, and he brought on Kurt Olsen who said that Prof. Halderman’s report on how it is done is UNDER COURT SEAL.

He said the voting machines don’t have to be connected to the internet to cheat – the machines can be connected through a cellular modem, WAN, even a printer.

Here’s the clip of Halderman’s opening statement at the Senate hearing in 2007.