Trump fires the cybersecurity election officer for contradicting Trump's false fraud claims

On Tuesday evening it was announced that soon-to-be former white supremacist Donald Trump was Christopher Krebs, director of the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency. This move, while not surprising, is frightening, given that Krebs was responsible for our national electoral security and Trump had consistently denied factual allegations of electoral fraud. Last week, Krebs oversaw the release of a statement calling the 2020 elections "the safest in American history".

Trump himself announced the sacking on his main channel for fake allegations of election fraud, Twitter, saying: "Chris Krebs' most recent statement on the security of the 2020 elections was extremely inaccurate due to massive inadequacies and fraud – including the voting of the dead, the fact that election observers are not allowed in polling stations, "glitches" in the voting machines that have changed. .. ”The idea that this is anything but an attempt to circumvent the fact that Trump's election fraud narrative has no evidence to back it up, and he's furious that no one will anymore pretend he's ridiculous.

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