Rebekah Jones Campaign Hacked, Judge Removes Her From Ballot
A Series on Misinformation, Disinformation and Subterfuge
Susan Portnoy is celebrating Matt Gaetz’s victory today after Rebekah Jones campaign was hacked.
Rebekah Jones campaign was hacked near the end of May shortly after I had reached out to them regarding Russian speaking Susan Portnoy, Russian speaking and foreign agent Christina Pushaw, and Canadian Remi Barrette, were identified as coordinating together to illegally remove Jones from Twitter. The whole purpose of that action was to prevent Jones from replacing Matt Gaetz, a task that obviously hasn’t ended.
Sometime between May 22 and May 27th my own computers were hacked, likely by the same individuals that targeted the Jones campaign. These criminals turned on my wife’s laptop camera while she was online, in addition to causing problems with my desktop computer. I sent a longer message to the campaign, but this was the essential part.
I received a call minutes later.
The campaign also had been hacked, which I felt at the time meant the attacks on my own network probably connected to my calling Jones’s office on May 19th, and not the criminal networks Susan Portnoy, Matt Donovan and others operate out of. That belief changed when on July 5th a third illegal cyber intrusion happened, with the criminals turning on my desktop camera remotely.
Because Susan Portnoy, Christina Pushaw and Remi Barrette made a conspiracy to harm Jones campaign, breaking Federal Laws, worked hard to set up a cardboard candidate to defeat her, someone within either Yonder or the Institute (Pushaw/Max Nordau network) hacked myself and the Jones campaign, how likely is it that they didn’t tamper also with FEC forms?
Rebekah Jones will likely appeal, and should given the coordinated criminal activity built up to deny her access to first Twitter and now the ballot. I’ll opine that courts have ruled in favor of known insurrectionists so far, disqualifying none from the ballot leaving that up to the voters. The courts on appeal should again give voters that right.