by Sharon Rondeau
(Nov. 13, 2020) — As commenter “Schuyler Colfax” correctly noted early Friday morning in response to our article published Thursday evening, a GoFundMe campaign established by former CIA/NSA contractor Dennis Montgomery is no longer online.
The fundraiser was reportedly launched to “Raise the necessary funds to expose the deep state, that does exist, and is involved in illegal surveillance of millions of innocent Americans without probable cause and their tampering with and changing election results to fit their political desires for America, which is socialism. Your privacy and constitutional rights have been violated like never before in the history of our country.”
As of last night’s publication time at approximately 7:00 PM EST, the campaign had raised over $14,000.
As The Post & Email has reported, Montgomery has claimed over more than a decade that a super-computer system he allegedly built in 2009 for the government termed “The Hammer” has spied on American citizens and gathered their personal data. As of October 31, according to The American Report, The Hammer would be responsible for altering votes in the November 3 election, along with a purported software program, SCORECARD.
Both the hardware and software were invoked in the GoFundMe page’s url when the campaign was launched on Wednesday.
Mike Zullo, a former detective and former private investigator who supervised Montgomery’s work directly for the Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office for approximately a year between 2013 and 2014, had predicted on Wednesday, without knowledge of the fundraiser, that Montgomery would attempt to “monetize” his latest claim.
The narrative continues to morph as allegations emerge from Trump campaign attorneys of widespread, systemic alteration of votes and counting of “illegal” ballots, particularly in five “swing” states, all of which ultimately were awarded by the media to Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden.
A video interview between L. Todd Wood of CD Media and Russell Ramsland, co-founder of Allied Security Operations, presents data Ramsland’s company compiled between 2018 and the November 3 election demonstrating the ease with which electronic voting systems can be breached by anyone with the ability and as little as a cellular phone. Ramsland alleged in his presentation that at one point in the early-morning hours of November 4, more than 138,000 votes in Michigan were injected into the tally for Biden and that during that same period of time, the four other key swing states took a break from counting ballots and votes (45:40).