Inventor and Stanford researcher Jovan Pulitzer on Tuesday, Jan. 12, released a report of evidence of foreign interference in the November election.

“Copy of the Foreign Election interference for your review and sharing,” Pulitzer wrote on social media Mewe. “65 foreign countries participated in attacking 7 key states and over 600 county polling locations. This is vetted and factual.”

During a hearing on election integrity in front of the Georgia Senate in December, Pulitzer told Georgia lawmakers that he hacked into Dominion voting machines at a polling place. He confirmed that the Georgia runoff machines were connected to the internet. 

In a 36-page report on foreign election interference, Pulitzer highlighted voting irregularities and election fraud in eight states, including Michigan, Pennsylvania, Wisconsin, Minnesota, Georgia, Nevada, Arizona, and New Mexico. 

Here are some points in the report:

  • The Chinese systematically gained control over our election system constituting a national security emergency
  • The electronic voting machines were compromised and cannot be trusted to provide an accurate vote count
  • To restore confidence the “failsafe” of counting the paper ballots must be used to determine who won the election for President, Senators, Congressional Representatives
  • Hand counts reported by the media are not really hand counts and easily subverted.

The researcher said that the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) has “leveraged financial, nongovernmental, and foreign allies including Venezuela to acquire INFLUENCE and CONTROL US Voting Infrastructure in at least 28 states.”

Pulitzer provided evidence of the CCP financially controlling Dominion Voting machines via New York-based UBS Securities, LLC and evidence of the party controlling the testing for Smartmatic Software Operation on Dominion Voting machines.

“Critical infrastructure control utilized as part of ongoing globalist/socialist operation to subvert the will of United States Voters and install a China ally,” the report states.

Dominion Voting Systems has declined allegations that its machines were connected to the internet in the November election and shifted votes from one candidate to another. The company has filed lawsuit against attorneys and media outlets that have pushed such claims for defamation. 

Pulitzer suggested that if all the counterfeit ballots were disqualified and all the remaining legal paper ballots were counted nationwide, President Trump almost certainly wins the election and if the paper ballots were counted in each state the president wins overwhelmingly. 

In December, Directer of National Intelligence (DNI) John Ratcliffe said that there was foreign election interference by the CCP, Iran, and Russia in the November election. 

“DNI Ratcliffe … has access to the most highly classified information that is held by the U.S. government and he told CBS News that there was foreign election interference by China, Iran, and Russia in November of this year,” CBS News senior investigative correspondent Catherine Herridge told CBSN on Dec. 3. “He is anticipating a public report on those findings in January.”

Download Pulitzer’s report here