Italy used ‘military-grade cyberwarfare’ to divert votes from President Trump to Biden
A shocking statement under oath by the former head of the information technology department of Italian aerospace company Leonardo SpA, confirmed his involvement in the massive electoral fraud, which would make the wrong candidate president of the United States.
“On Nov. 4, 2020, under the instruction and direction of U.S. personnel working out of the U.S. Embassy in Rome, [D’Elia] conducted the operation to change the Nov. 3, 2020 U.S. election data from a significant margin victory for Donald Trump to Joe Biden in several states where Joe Biden was losing the total vote,” the document quoted
by the alternative media outlet Bucalupo on Jan. 7 said in part.
Arturo D’Elia accepted the accusations made against him in Naples, Italy, for, “Data manipulation and implantation of viruses in the main computers of Leonardo SpA,” according to the document signed by the lawyer Alfio D’Urso and disseminated by the journalist Lara Logan, in a tweet on Jan. 7.