U.S. Election Software Company Previously Built Confucius Institute ‘Communication Platform’

  • Konnech Inc., creator of the ‘PollChief’ software used by ‘thousands of Election Offices across North America’ built ChineseBrief.com for the Confucius Institute.
  • Konnech Inc., an American election technology company founded in 2002 based in Okemos outside of East Lansing, Michigan, previously built ChineseBrief.com, a ‘unique interactive communication platform and Chinese language learning tool’ for the Confucius Institute, according to the company’s Facebook page and an archived Michigan State University’s Confucius Institute webpage.
  • Konnech’s software helps manage the poll workers, polling locations, campaigns, assets, mail-in ballots, and supplies necessary to run elections in the U.S., Canada, and Australia.
  • In December 2006, the company posted on their Facebook page, “… Confucius Institute at Michigan State University has reached an agreement with Konnech, Inc. to build ChineseBrief.com—a unique interactive communication platform and Chinese language learning tool.”
  • A May 19, 2020, article published at InQueensland explained that the Queensland Department of Housing and Public Works conceded it had been a “difficult few years” after the “failure of the election reporting system” — starting with the former commissioner’s “decision to acquire the Konnech system”.
  • The Queensland digital news company stated, “count reporting problems on election night” were partly the result of “a new computer system not being tested as planned because “coding resources” were locked down in Wuhan”.
  • On July 15, 2020 according to records of the proceedings in Queensland Parliament, MP Fiona Simpson asked the Queensland Premier why, “foreign owned company Konnech was given an important contract to produce the software to administer Queensland’s elections using China based coders over every Queensland coding firm?”
  • At least three other Members of Parliament — Mr. Lister, Mr. Crandon, and Dr. Robinson — asked similar questions about Konnech, according to Queensland Parliament records.
  • An October 26, 2018 article written in The West Australian entitled ‘Hacking over new software management system at Queensland’s Electoral Commission’ says: “Yu has acknowledged that he uses a team of software developers in China for his election-

Source: kanekoa.substack.com

So now we are getting a picture that the CCP was involved in the election, Mike Lindell met with Trump many times and he continually claims he has the PCAPs, the data that shows that the CCP did interfere in the elections. With all the information from The PIT and what Mike says he has, are they building the case, the narrative? And at the right time, release it all? Timing is important.

 The takeaway: Government agencies are compromised. Since the government agencies are compromised, that means they are not working for the people, they are working for the [DS] and foreign governments.

Since they are working with foreign governments this is an ACT OF WAR.