Konnech Inc., creator of the 'PollChief' software used by 'thousands of Election Offices across North America' built ChineseBrief.com for the Confucius Institute.
Kanekoa, your curiosity is going to be the death of these election cheaters. Great work, toko!
Poll watched yesterday and was not allowed to see a thing, this was my 1st poll watch. They have it down Pat. Some of the poll workers said they were there for 30 years. It’s organized crime. I thought poll workers were also volunteers. Most are just doing what they are told, no questions asked. A well oiled machine. I was so wrong. Now it all making sense. This was a great report!
I was a poll worker (ballot judge) in Pinal County, AZ for the 2022 primary. We had the wrong poll book iPad for our precinct, among numerous problems that occurred that day. One thing interesting in your article is that you mentioned Konnech is involved in selecting poll locations. The address for voters in my precinct was a new poll location at an abandoned school. The address that was given to voters was incorrect because the location had numerous entrances. The entrance to vote was given as a different street altogether. We had many angry voters who said they had difficulty finding us.
We handmade signs after a voter returned with poster board, markers, and tape. We put them up at the other entrances. I hope that helped people find us. That was but one of the issues, though. The county did nothing to help us with the problems we had.
We did not run out of ballots, but people came to our precinct from other locations where they had been turned away because they had run out of ballots. This was in the early afternoon. We ended the night with 83 extra Republican ballots. It was absolutely ridiculous.
The county had misprinted the ballots, so we had a supplemental ballot for the municipal races to correct the error. However, the incorrect poll book iPad we got was supposed to be for those ballots and we couldn’t confirm anyone was eligible to vote, so every single voter had to vote a provisional ballot for the municipal races. It took so long. People were very angry, and some people who had come to vote during lunchtime left when they saw the line at the provisional ballot desk.
Our inspector did a great job trying the best he could to overcome the issues as he encountered them. But, most of it was beyond his control to fix. (Sorry for the tome. I hope any of this is helpful to you.) Thank you for your great work. I always know it’s going to be well researched and professionally presented.
So how many companies provide those services for elections and have similar connections to the CCP?
If you want to see something interesting... :-) Have you looked at the fact that Konnech recently "March 2022" lost a contract in Tarrant County because...
"During contract negotiations with Konnech, Inc., inconsistencies were discovered... ...There was also a discrepancy in their RFP response regarding where the solution would be hosted. Konnech, Inc. stated they would be utilizing the Microsoft Azure cloud solution in their RFP response, but after discussing their architecture further with them, we discovered the solution will be hosted from their datacenter/co-location facility rather than the Microsoft Azure cloud. Elections Administration, Information Technology, and Purchasing agreed that an award recommendation to Konnech, Inc. would not be in the best interest of the County, so negotiations with Konnech, Inc. were terminated."
How do we find out if Konnech/Pollchief is usedin our county?
It is so circumstantially curious that “Konnech Inc., an American election technology company founded in 2002” would hire all these Chinese nationals to design our election management system. 🤔
I’m sure we will be seeing more from you on this.
I can help but wonder how all these election management systems built by foreign nationals might be manipulated by both internal and external means.
I pray we get to the bottom of this and expose it!!
Mahalo friend. 🙏🏽♥️🌺
I took the poll watcher/challenger training classes for the first time this year and thought it left much to be desired. Now I know why. First it was hard to even find a class being offered in my area. Then the first class offered we were told was not offered by an accredited person so had to find another class. Came away from it with a very dissatisfied feeling. It did not really explain anything fully. Or give good examples of what to look for.
They dealt with Los Angeles County also. The other day I noticed there was a court case (Los Angeles County Superior Court Case 22STCV18244, Los Angeles County vs. Konnech, Inc. et al. filed on June 3, 2022). I cannot find it online now, but there wasn't much info about it since the court date was set for 10/4/2022. Does anyone know if it is related to their election contract with L.A.?
Great work! I am 99% sure the Confucius center at Michigan State University has been closed. The MSU web page for centers and institutes no longer has a listing for it.
How is this NOT disturbing to US media outlets?
Wow, thanks. Another layer of the criminal Corporatocracy which thinks they can own the world. Hopefully it will be an epic fall from Grace.
A quick note on Wang Xiang education in China. That university is one of the "7 sons of defense". There are 7 universities that are tied closely to the PLA. Also take note of his NUAA 3rd place finish in software development competition which is described on his Linkin webpage.
Thank you for all you do to keep us informed 😊 have an awesome day
I wonder what happened to Nick Moseder's rumble video on Konnech.
Follow the money. Interesting stuff about Konnech. So, that company established it's headquarters in East Lansing in '21, with worldwide aims in mind. Where were they headquartered prior to that? They got at least 1 grant from MI Business Development Program (performance based grant). Leasing land from MSU Park. Getting funds from Capitol Area MI Works (needed to identify and retain talent). Other connections/possible grants from: MI Strategic Fund, the MSU Foundation, Lansing Economic Area Partnership, Lansing Community College (Business and Community Institute), and CAMW (haven't checked that). Looks like they're growing by leaps and bounds! With help from grants and possibly c19 $. Need to look in other states for this business development aspect. If they're a problem now, it's only going to get worse. Can anyone with better resources than a phone look into this?
From, MI Economic Development Corporation 12/2021《press releases