An American authority affirms Marcos lost 1.7 million votes due deceiving

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An American authority affirms strange “anomaly” happened during the Philippine General Election of 2016, an “anomaly” that Senator Vicente “Tito Sotto” Sotto III brought into the light, which may have allegedly changed the course of the 2016 elections, through three revelations.

1. The existence of 4 queuing servers

2. Covert set up of 7 regional hubs by the Commission on Election (COMELEC)

3. The discontinued transmittal of Bongbong Marcos’ 1.7 million votes

According to the Tito Sotto’s evidence, Smartmatic utilized two Domain Name Systems (DNS) during the 2016 elections.

DNS A – Server 1 (SRVCNTADNS01) which was at first used from May 9, 5:01pm to May 10, 2:59am

DNS B – Server 2 (SRVCNTADNS02) which was then used from May 10, 2:59am to May 11, 6:46pm

These two DNS servers assume a pivotal part in demonstrating that Marcos legitimately won the situation for Vice-President of the Philippines and that present Vice-President Leni Robredo is a pioneer on a stolen honored position.

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Sotto saw through everything

Sotto saw through everything, he realized that setting up a DNS server was no simple undertaking and that it must’ve been prepared. These DNS servers is the thing that tells the Vote Counting Machines (VCM) to send the votes ti an assigned Consolidation and Canvassing System (CCS). Be that as it may, what kept Tito Sotto running with the examination was the nearness of the IP locations of 4 lining servers of DNS B as opposed to having the standard a huge number of IP addresses from various VCMs all through the nation.

Previous congressman Glenn Chong inferred that this “irregularity” has made Marcos lose his 1.7 million vote lead which in the end caused Marcos’ misfortune in the decisions. The transmitted aftereffects of the Transparency Server however demonstrates that this outlandish lead was lost on May 10, 3:08am, 9 minutes after the DNS changed.

In another perspective, Adolfo Mortera reposted the transcript of the telephone discussion of an unrevealed American authority under the moniker of “John” and the Filipino blogger Jose Alejandrino. The discussion spun around the way that an American Intelligence Community was absolutely mindful of this 2016 races extortion.

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Paid by some police officers

Three folks who were paid by some police officers were sent to bargain the decisions. Claims that they were paid by nearby medication rulers likewise existed.

John clarified how and what occurred by expressing that,

“They hit Duterte first however when his lead turned out to be too wide, they dropped the thought. It would’ve been excessively self-evident. So they concentrated on ensuring Marcos didn’t win by any stretch of the imagination. They limited the hole so Robredo would make it. She won by a little edge of 200,000 votes.”

This is a portion from their discussion:

Alejandrino: what number did they shave off Duterte?

John: Our data is a little more than a million. He should got 17.7 millon

Alejandrino: That’s quite near the gauge I gave you. I said between 17 to 18 as per the private surveys I took.

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John: It was a decent gauge

Alejandrino: What about Marcos? My gauge was 2 million

John: His genuine count was 1.5 million over Robredo. In any case, they exchanged it around. Additionally they fiddled Escudero. About a large portion of a million. Escudero’s genuine score was 5.3 million

Alejandrino: So Robredo should got just 12 million.

John: That’s correct.

The American said that previous president Benigno “Noynoy” Aquino III may have had an impact in this.

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