A strange “anomaly” happened during the Philippine General Election of 2016, an “anomaly” that Senator Vicente “Tito Sotto” Sotto III brought into the light, which may have allegedly changed the course of the 2016 elections, through three revelations.
1. The existence of 4 queuing servers
2. Covert set up of 7 regional hubs by the Commission on Election (COMELEC)
3. The discontinued transmittal of Bongbong Marcos’ 1.7 million votes
According to the Tito Sotto’s evidence, Smartmatic utilized two Domain Name Systems (DNS) during the 2016 elections.
DNS A – Server 1 (SRVCNTADNS01) which was initially utilized from May 9, 5:01pm to May 10, 2:59am
DNS B – Server 2 (SRVCNTADNS02) which was then utilized from May 10, 2:59am to May 11, 6:46pm
These two DNS servers play a crucial role in proving that Marcos rightfully won the position for Vice-President of the Philippines and that current Vice-President Leni Robredo is a leader on a stolen throne.
Sotto saw through it all, he knew that setting up a DNS server was no easy task and that it must’ve been planned ahead. These DNS servers is what tells the Vote Counting Machines (VCM) to send the votes ti a designated Consolidation and Canvassing System (CCS). But what kept Tito Sotto going with the investigation was the presence of the IP addresses of 4 queuing servers of DNS B instead of having the usual thousands of IP addresses from different VCMs throughout the country.
Former congressman Glenn Chong concluded that this “anomaly” has caused Marcos to lose his 1.7 million vote lead which eventually caused Marcos’ loss in the elections. The transmitted results of the Transparency Server though proves that this impossible lead was lost on May 10, 3:08am, 9 minutes after the DNS changed.
In another aspect, Adolfo Mortera reposted the transcript of the phone conversation of an unrevealed American official under the alias of “John” and the Filipino blogger Jose Alejandrino. The conversation revolved around the fact that an American Intelligence Community was totally aware of this 2016 elections fraud.
Three guys who were paid by some police generals were sent to compromise the elections. Allegations that they were paid by local drug lords also existed.
John explained how and what happened by stating that,
“They hit Duterte first but when his lead became too wide, they dropped the idea. It would’ve been too obvious. So they focused on making sure Marcos didn’t win at all. They narrowed the gap so Robredo would make it. She won by a small margin of 200,000 votes.”
This is an excerpt from their conversation:
Alejandrino: How many did they shave off Duterte?
John: Our info is just over a million. He should’ve gotten 17.7 millon
Alejandrino: That’s pretty close to the estimate I gave you. I said between 17 to 18 according to the private polls I took.
John: It was a good estimate
Alejandrino: What about Marcos? My estimate was 2 million
John: His real tally was 1.5 million over Robredo. But they switched it around. Also they fiddled Escudero. About half a million. Escudero’s real score was 5.3 million
Alejandrino: So Robredo should’ve gotten only 12 million.
John: That’s right.
The American mentioned that former president Benigno “Noynoy” Aquino III may have played a part in this.