Americans data is being sent by the boatload to the worst place you could possibly imagine:
On October 3, the New York Times published an article pledging loyal support to election software company "Konnech."
They called the company a "conspiracy theory target."
Because some conservatives had raised concerns about the company selling user's private data to China.
One day after the New York Times story broke claiming that there was no wrongdoing by the company's CEO Eugene Yu, guess what happened.
Eugene Yu was "taken into custody under suspicion of sending data on American poll workers to Communist China."
I'm sure you won't have a hard time believing that the Times hasn't issued an apology yet.
And they probably won't.
WOW WOW WOWWWWWWWWWWWW.
I have never seen anything age this poorly, this quickly. By NYT's @stuartathompson
Also, could adults stop using the Democrat propaganda term "election denial" to describe people with legitimate challenges to election administration? It's so puerile. pic.twitter.com/YEcevYjhdI
— Mollie (@MZHemingway) October 5, 2022
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