BPro’s TotalVote is an election software that is used across the country and in New Mexico, it had numerous issues. Its contract in Pennsylvania validates many of the concerns with the system.
The Gateway Pundit reported on the numerous issues of BPro’s TotalVote in New Mexico.
EXCLUSIVE: ELECTION SYSTEM DISCOVERED – Used in MULTIPLE States – Internet Connected, Uncertified, and Accessible to Numerous Govt Agencies and Outside Entities
Tuesday, TGP reported that a group of election experts in Hawaii discovered that TotalVote has the ability to use “plug-ins” in the election process:
EXCLUSIVE: BPro-Knowink Election Software Used Throughout US Is Connected to Internet, Not Certified and Is Able to Backdate Election Records (Hawaii)
In 2020, BPro was in negotiations with the state of Pennsylvania to develop a new election system in the state that would replace the current system. BPro’s system was centralized statewide and top-down. This is against the law in New Mexico where the counties tabulate votes and push their results up.
BPro systems also shares in their PA contract that their system is fully integrated with ERIC.
Below is the contract with Pennsylvania from 2020, signed at the time the citizens in the state were trying to discover how Brandon overcame a nearly million vote margin after the election to surpass President Trump in the race for President.
PA Bpro Contract 4400023325 Sure System by Jim Hoft on Scribd
The current systems in use in American elections are a joke. They lack nearly everything you would expect and demand in secure systems used in our elections.