Summon the ASOG!
On December 4th, 2020, the Judge overseeing the Truth Seeker’s lawsuit granted a request from the Truth Seeker. The request was for a preliminary forensic audit. The Truth Seeker selected a firm specializing in election cyber security Allied Security Operations Group – ASOG.
The experts from ASOG flew in, took a look at the voting tabulator and HOLY COW – they found clear evidence of 😮 ELECTION FRAUD 😮 . ASOG filed a report, jumped back on their jets and adios.
Heck, no. National media got hold of the report. President Trump referenced the “massive fraud” revealed in the report and declared the Judge worthy of a medal.
There you have it, the experts found the fraud, media reported it and the president is offering medals to local a sitting judge. The Truth Seeker has revealed the fraud. So, are we done here? Case closed?
Hang on. Let’s back the truck up a bit and look into this. For the next couple TruthQuest episodes, we will be diving into this “forensic report” by ASOG and we will examine it chad by hanging chad. But, for now, we will take a look at the author of the damning ASOG report.
The Texas Bullshit Artist
The first paragraph of ASOG’s summary report identifies the author of the report and lists his bona fides. There is not a more vague and vacuous paragraph in the history of such reports.
My name is Russell James Ramsland, Jr., and I am a resident of Dallas County, Texas. I hold an MBA from Harvard University, and a political science degree from Duke University. I have worked with the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), among other organizations, and have run businesses all over the world, many of which are highly technical in nature. I have served on technical government panels.
That is an uneditied quote in its entirety from the report. Those are the only bonafides given. He name drops NASA and MIT, but what did he do at those places? Was he a janitor? Was he Matt Damon from Good Will Hunting? I read on another very laudatory bio, that he worked with these organizations on semi-conductor materials. Still, I have no idea what this guy has done, based on this bio. He does point out that he has served on “technical government panels”. He does not specify which government.
In all actuality, we know a couple things for sure about the Author. (Note: much of this info comes from a great Washington Post article found here )
- He got a masters from Harvard, in Business
- He is a Texas oil man
- He ran for congress (unsuccessfully) in 2016 in TX
- He likes to give talks about the DEEP STATE
- He was the owner of a Tex Mex cantina in London
Long before, helping out the Truth Seeker, Ramsland was busy helping to fight off deep state operatives and other anti-American conspirators.
Weeks before he joined ASOG, Ramsland spoke to a conservative association, delivering remarks rife with outlandish claims, according to video reviewed by The Post. Ramsland called the deadly 2012 attack on a U.S. outpost in Benghazi, Libya, a “deep-state operation,” and he traced the origin of the “deep state” to a World War II-era collaboration involving Prescott Bush, the father of former president George H.W. Bush; the Muslim Brotherhood; and liberal financier George Soros — who was born in 1930 and was not yet an adult.Washington Post – https://www.washingtonpost.com/investigations/interactive/2021/trump-election-fraud-texas-businessman-ramsland-asog/
There are many things that could describe Ramsland, but is “cyber security expert” a description that fits this background? He is clearly more of a political operative. Maybe, he is an expert in Tex-Mex food?
How is this person qualified to write a report on an forensic audit of a voting machine? A Vanity Fair article referred to him as a Texas Bullshit Artist.
The Washington Post story reports Ramsland has been pushing the election fraud narrative since 2018. “Ramsland attempted to persuade failed Republican candidates to challenge their election results and force the release of additional data that might prove manipulation.”
If an “expert” with better credentials, and a less bias background came to the same conclusions as the ASOG report, then that would rightly be reason to pause and consider the grave danger that our election system is in. However, this particular “expert” does not have credentials and has been searching around for election fraud for two years. Of course, he found it.
Next time, on TruthQuest, we will look at this report from ASOG in as simple terms as possible.