Sidney Powell Adds Top International Cybersecurity Expert to Her Team!

Things are getting very interesting indeed!

The next few weeks are poised to shake things up… BIG TIME.

Sidney Powell has added “the smartest man in the room” to her team.

So who is this mysterious key player?

His name is Navid Keshavarz-Nia, an internationally renowned cyber security expert.

Leading US Cybercrimes Investigator Dr. Ph.D. Navid Keshavarz-Nia, who has been praised by the New York Times as the ‘Smartest Man In The Room’ has joined Sidney Powell’s Legal Team

— Benny (@bennyjohnson)

Please pray for Navid Keshavarz-Nia who will be joining Sidney Powell on her team. He is a cyber crimes expert.

— PrayerHarbor (@PrayerHarbor) November 30, 2020

How do we know Navid Keshavarz-Nia is the real deal?

Here’s how the New York Times covered him in a previous case:

Navid Keshavarz-Nia, those who worked with him said, “was always the smartest person in the room.” In doing cybersecurity and technical counterintelligence work for the C.I.A., N.S.A. and F.B.I., he had spent decades connecting top-secret dots. After several months of working with Mr. Courtney, he began connecting those dots too. He did not like where they led.

On Oct. 8, 2015, he sent an accusatory email to Mr. Courtney announcing that he had “voluntarily resigned from the organization.” In the memo, which was distributed to several participants in Alpha214 and later shared with me, he wrote, “It is clear that I have been deliberately deceived, lied to and criminally victimized by you based on your numerous false statements.” He called Mr. Courtney’s actions “self-serving, grossly dishonest, potentially unlawful- and surely damaging to the government’s ‘mission’ — assuming there is actually a mission to speak of.”

He also zeroed in on the money the Twins were making: “While not all of the 35-plus companies have acquiesced to your salary demands,” a “conservative estimate” put his and Mr. Keith’s annual income at $2.25 million each: “Not bad for a GS-14 salary-level employee!”

“Have you shared this information with your superiors?” he demanded.

Mr. Courtney, however, was probably not concerned about his bountiful haul being made known to his government superiors because he had none. What presumably did worry him was that Dr. Keshavarz-Nia would share his deduction with the F.B.I..

He swiftly went to work to prevent this disaster from occurring.

The Department of Justice filing states, “Courtney falsely accused an individual of being an Iranian spy after that individual publicly accused Courtney of engaging in a fraud.” The government is not revealing whom Mr. Courtney had maligned, but I, too, could connect dots. And this deduction was reinforced by another event.

Dr. Keshavarz-Nia told another person in the program that Mr. Keith showed up unexpectedly at his house to share the advice that “it would be a mistake to go off the reservation.” As Mr. Keith continued in a soft, controlled voice, he opened his jacket to reveal the gun sticking out of the waistband of his pants, this person said.

Dr. Keshavarz-Nia could not be reached, but Mr. Keith blithely explained this encounter to me. He was instructed, he said, to “go to him, do health and welfare, calm him down.” When asked if he had brandished a gun, Mr. Keith replied, “I always had a gun,” though he denied showing it off.

Pressed further, he conceded that Dr. Keshavarz-Nia was “agitated.” He said: “I was the bad guy to some people. I was aggressive, assertive. But that was just the scripted role Courtney wanted me to play.”

At a meeting soon after between Dr. Preisser and the two representatives from the Covington firm, a woman identified as a Department of Justice lawyer said the government would be “going after the writer of the email,” explaining that under the Intelligence Identities Protection Act, it was a federal crime to identify C.I.A. officers serving in a covert operation. There would be legal consequences for the unmasking of Mr. Courtney and Mr. Keith.

Dr. Keshavarz-Nia, however, has not been charged with any crime. While the identity of the apparent Justice Department lawyer remains buried in the secret history of the task force, what is clear is that Mr. Courtney had very effectively and very swiftly defused the threat.

The fact that one of the top cybersecurity experts in the world is joining Sidney Powell’s team is major news.

Yet… none of the “major” news outlets appear to be covering it.

Is it because they know he’s the real deal?

Why would a leading cybersecurity expert join Powell’s case if there’s truly nothing there!

Dr. Navid Keshavarz-Nia, who the NY Times described as “always the smartest person in the room,” said the election data IN ALL BATTLEGROUND STATES were altered transferring hundreds of thousands of #Trump votes to #Biden.#MAGA #StopTheSteal #FightBack

— Lawrence Sellin (@LawrenceSellin)

Dr Navid Keshavarz-Nia’s declaration (exhibit 19), from Sidney Powell’s complaint in Michigan

— Roark Rising (@Roark_Rising)

My eyes just caught a familiar Iranian name on paragraph 15; Navid Keshavarz-Nia 😀

— President-Elect HailStone (@ThisIsHailstone)

The election is turning in @realDonaldTrump‘s favor as lawsuits proceed up the judicial ladder.

It’s imperative that patriots get the word out about the truth regarding voter fraud. h/t @SidneyPowell1 @PressCalifornia— JD Rucker (@JDRucker)

While the mainstream media appears to be refusing to cover this story, those who are paying attention know that this is MASSIVE news.

Democrats say they want “evidence.”

Well… the one of the most respected cyber security experts may be providing it very soon!

NTD has more details:

The complaint against Michigan’s Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson and Gov. Gretchen Whitmer, marks the beginning of Powell’s lawsuit against the state.

Some of the allegations are repeated claims from Michigan and other states. Republican challengers were unable to “meaningfully observe,” and workers were instructed to backdate ballots.

Other claims are newer.

Expert witness, Russell James Ramsland, Jr. works with the Allied Security Operations Group. In the past, he has worked with NASA and MIT.

Ramsland said there were four “physically impossible” “spikes totaling almost 385,000 ballots allegedly processed in a combined interval of 2 hours and 38 minutes. He concluded that “Dominion alone is responsible for the injection, or fabrication, of 290,000 illegal votes in Michigan, that must be disregarded.” This is nearly twice the number of ballots by which Biden is leading Trump, which is approximately 150,000 votes.

Dr. Navid Keshavarz-Nia, has a Ph.D. in engineering and Technology and received advanced training from the CIA, NSA, and DHS. In his sworn statement, he says he believes “that USB memory cards were used to facilitate administrative” backdoor access “to disrupt polling operations and impact ballot counting across Michigan, Georgia, Pennsylvania, Arizona, and Wisconsin.”

He also said after detailed analysis of the New York Times data, in his expert judgment, “the vote count distribution in [Pennsylvania, Wisconsin, Michigan, Arizona, Nevada, and Georgia] are not based on normal system operation. Instead, they are caused by fraudulent electronic manipulation of the targeted voting machines.”

Another affidavit was submitted by someone whose name and personal information was redacted. This person was an electronic intelligence analyst with extensive experience as a white hat hacker used by some of the top election specialists in the world.

The expert alleged that a search of Edison Research showed they had an Iranian server and there are records showing China accessing Dominion Voting’s servers. Edison Research reports the vote count tabulation to Decision Desk HQ for election results.

According to the affidavit, the digital forensics analysis shows there is “unambiguous evidence that Dominion Voter Systems and Edison Research have been accessible and were certainly compromised by rogue actors, such as Iran and China.”

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