It was via Twitter that the tenant of the White House chose to sack Christopher Krebs, the boss of the government agency responsible for election security. Agency that dismissed Trump’s election fraud charges.
The announcement was made on Twitter, “In the same way as when Trump sacked his Defense Minister Mark Esper on November 9 and many other officials throughout his tenure”, report it New York Times.
Obviously, the tenant of the White House was “Furious at the statement from the Ministry of Internal Security which, in collaboration with other agencies responsible for election security, stressed that the 2020 elections had been the safest in the history of the country”.
So this time around it’s Christopher Krebs, the boss of the government agency responsible for cybersecurity and infrastructure security, a former Microsoft executive who has spent the last two years ensuring that states are ready for the day of the vote, which paid the price for the presidential ire.
“Chris Krebs’ recent statement on the security of the 2020 elections was very inaccurate, as there were massive irregularities and fraud, including deaths who voted, observers barred from entering polling stations, malfunctions in voting machines… ”, Donald Trump tweeted adding in a second tweet: “This is why Chris Krebs was removed from his post as Director of the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency, effective immediately. ”
The interested party simply replied with a concise tweet: “It has been an honor to serve [le pays]. We did the right thing. Defend today, ensure tomorrow ”, while adding the hashtag # Protéger2020.
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