Is Tech Used by US Election Software Company Owned by CCP and WEF Partners?

Is Tech Used by US Election Software Company Owned by CCP and WEF Partners?

By Kag Drogo

“Field Force Task Manager” is tech used by Konnech Inc. product, “PollChief”, to manage elections — it’s owned by a company whose CEO is on the World Economic Forum and partnered with China’s Alibaba

By now many people reading this may already be acquainted with how Konnech Inc., a US election software company that appears to have security software company that appears to have massive security flaws. If you are unfamiliar with these recent revelations, be sure to follow the heroic work that Gregg Phillips and Catherine Engelbrecht have done uncovering this. You can also get up to speed by reading the fantastic coverage by KanekoaTheGreat, who recently discovered even more connections to the China government. To understand the technical details behind this, read the tech savvy researcher, Cognitive Carbon’s article

Our story here picks up from where those stories leave off, so please become acquainted with them if you have not.

For a quick recap: Konnech Inc., founded by, Eugen Yu, provides election management services to “thousands of election offices across North America.” Konnech not only employs many other Chinese nationals who went to University in Wuhan and elsewhere in China — but one employee, Wang Xiang, who built and created their product “PollChief” is not only a Chinese national who went to University in China but he is also a member of CSSA and even managed their website. CSSA is acknowledged by a US government website to be a part of the “United Front.” According to the USCC website, “China uses ‘United Front’ to neutralize opposition to the authority of the CCP.” (If you look at the LinkedIn profile of Wang Xiang linked above, you’ll notice he also received an award in 2008 for “Excellent Student in Military Training” while studying in China.)

Konnech is an election management software company that “helps” organize the data involved with running elections. This means everything from the schematics of buildings where elections are run, passwords to the machines, locations of the drop boxes —

…basically all the information a hacker would need to compromise an election. The data housed by PollChief even includes personal information about poll workers required when becoming employed as one: their social security numbers, addresses where they live with their family, bank account information, etc.

Tarrant County in Texas recognized this as a suspicious when they discovered Konnech had not been straightforward about where the data is stored. According to a Tarrant County document, “During contract negotiations with Konnech, Inc., inconsistencies were discovered with the vendor’s proposal… There was also a discrepancy in their RFP response regarding where the solution would be hosted. Konnech, Inc. stated they would be utilizing the Microsoft Azure cloud solution in their RFP response, but after discussing their architecture further with them, we discovered the solution will be hosted from their datacenter/co-location facility rather than the Microsoft Azure cloud.”

Gregg Phillips and Catherine Engelbrecht recently made public that *according to them* this data was *allegedly* discovered to be held on a server physically located IN CHINA — with no security whatsoever. (The password to access the data was: “password”.) The way Chinese Communist Party law works is that anything that enters the internet in China — becomes the property of the CCP. They own it.

Think about this for a moment. What if sensitive US election data was housed on a server IN CHINA and is now owned by the CCP?

This is an obvious risk to national security — so Gregg Phillips and Catherine Engelbrecht did the right thing and went to report this election security breach to law enforcement — the FBI. Initially the agents they reported to were very concerned and started their own counter intelligence investigation to look into this national security risk. For over a year, these FBI agents worked with Gregg and Catherine to collaborate in the investigation, asking them if they knew anything about about certain patents, banks, etc. According to Gregg Phillips, they even offered to pay Gregg and Catherine and put them on a contract because of how much valuable work they had been doing to investigate this national security breach.

Until one day, the same FBI agents called Gregg and told him he needed to go public with this as soon as possible and get whistleblower protection because higher ups within the FBI at the DC field office called a big meeting with the top brass to shut down this investigation. Not only that but the original FBI agents that were helping Gregg and Catherine with the investigation were ordered to alert Konnech that their system had been “breached” and to inform the CCP of the same thing.

Since then Gregg and Catherine have gone public with the story which has led to many researchers digging into the details to uncover more information. Two fantastic researchers that go by the monikers “RedPillBabe” and “The_Authority” uncovered some very interesting details about the app that “PollChief” uses to track its workers. This is where our story here begins.

The app is called “Field Force Manager” and it allows PollChief to not only GPS track its workers, send messages to employees, but it also allows workers to upload photos — sort of like what we saw in the film, 2000 Mules, when the ballot traffickers were seen taking pictures of the ballot drop boxes that they illegally stuffed with piles of excess votes:

Now what’s interesting is that when I did a search for “PollChief” “FieldForceManager” — no matter which search engine I used — it only produced one result. It was for Leon County, FL, but the preview was written in Chinese.

It was even on the official Florida elections website:

Now this really begs the question: why is the official Florida Supervisor of Elections Office government website, showing previews for a document from a US county about US election software, written IN CHINESE?

This document has since been scrubbed from the internet:

Despite the document being deleted, the preview written in Chinese still displays on the official Florida elections website. Just go to and type in “PollChief” to see for yourself.

I was still able to grab some screenshots before it was scrubbed. The document that preview linked to confirms that PollChief uses the “Field Force Manager” app:

Hypothetically speaking, from the images on this Leon County document, the “Field Force Manager” app, (which is even used for Election Day Rovers, the roving election clerks who manage multiple precincts), it sure looks like the perfect tool for someone who may be managing a horde of ballot trafficking mules:

Even Pierce County, WA, stated they used Field Force Manager for their drop boxes:

Pierce County was awarded “best practices” by the Election Assistance Commission, (who coincidentally was founded in 2002, the same year as Konnech) — but it appears that many people of Pierce County do not share that same sentiment:


Field Force Manager is provided by the US telecom giant, Verizon.

Prolific researchers, RedPillBabe and The_Authority, uncovered some interesting facts about Verizon. The_Authority pointed out that Verizon connects to Chinese network and pointed to a 2007 ZDNet article which revealed that Verizon was “granted access to China Telecom’s next-generation IP network, CN2 (Next Generation Carrying Network), allowing the U.S. telco a platform to support its enterprise customers in China.”

RedPillBabe informed us that Verizon was hired as the prime contractor to handle communications for the same USPS that was tasked with handling our mail in ballots.

The_Authority pulled up the patent for the “XORA” tech behind Verizon’s Field Force Manager, and it is assigned to a company called “ClickSoftware”, because ClickSoftware acquired XORA.

This is where things get really interesting.

I found out that ClickSoftware was engaged in panel discussions with China’s telecom giant, “Huawei.” (The same Huawei that President Trump banned due to national security risks.)

No big deal right? Hold on.

The_Authority revealed that ClickSoftware helped to ensure critical telecommunications services for the 2008 Beijing Olympics:

I found this to be rather alarming, so I did a little digging. I found out that ClickSoftware was aquired by a company called “SalesForce.” SalesForce provides tech to Huawei.

If that isn’t concerning enough, SalesForce partnered with China’s tech giant Alibaba. Thanks to Alibaba, SalesForce is now localized and selling in China.

Alibaba was founded by Chinese Communist Party member, Jack Ma. According to Chinese state media outlet, Global Times, Alibaba’s Beijing office set up a Communist Party of China committee: “Alibaba (Beijing) Software Services Co has established a corporate CPC (Communist Party of China) committee on Wednesday, according an article published on the official WeChat public account of Beijing’s Chaoyang district.

According to the article, the number of Chinese Communist Party members have accounted for more than 30 percent of the overall employees at Alibaba’s Beijing headquarters.”

Alibaba has been the subject of international scrutiny over the possibility that they are a surveillance arm of the CCP. In Belgium, authorities were concerned that a “vast new logistics hub” planned by Alibaba could be an opportunity for China’s surveillance and intelligence agencies. A recent Daily Beast article revealed that “a star University of Maryland (UMD) professor built a machine-learning software ‘useful for surveillance’ as part of a six-fiqure research grant from Chinese tech giant Alibaba, raising concerns that an American public university directly contributed to China’s surveillance state.”

So the founder of Alibaba is a Communist Party member who set up a CCP committee in Beijing — 30% of the employees at Alibaba are Communist Party of China members — and Alibaba is suspected around the world of being a surveillance arm for the CCP. Why would the CEO of SalesForce partner with this company? Who is this guy?

His name is Marc Benioff. He is a co-chair on Lynn Forester de Rothschild’s “Council For Inclusive Capitalism”, he is a a member of the Board of Trustees of the World Economic Forum and even “serves as the inaugural Chair of WEF’s Forum Center for the Fourth Industrial Revolution in San Francisco.” As a regular speaker at the World Economic Forum (WEF) meetings in Davos, Marc Benioff has been quoted as saying “Capitalism as we have known it is dead.” Is Marc Benioff also a communist?

Marc Benioff also owns Time Magazine. It’s no surprise to learn that he was the owner of Time Magazine when they released their controversial edition advocating for the World Economic Forum’s so called “Great Reset.”


SalesForce was hired by Georgia Secretary of State, Brad Raffensperger, to manage Georgia’s voter roles on their cloud. Even more alarming than outsourcing the management of the entire state of Georgia’s voter rolls to a company unaccountable to the American people — is outsourcing their management to a company that is officially partnered with China’s tech giant, Alibaba, which was founded by a Chinese Communist Party member.

Who remembers when Brad Raffensperger met with the CCP General Consul, GAO Yanping? The scope of this is bewildering.

Furthermore, a leaked video from Project Veritas, revealed that Bret Taylor, Salesforce’s President and Chief Operating Officer, said: “Since the events of the 6th [of January], I think one of the things that really impacts Salesforce is the national conversation about the role of technology in inciting that mob, disseminating misinformation and fomenting extremism,”

“We’ve engaged with the RNC to communicate that no messages on behalf of President Trump and no messages questioning the validity or integrity of the election are allowed on our platform…” he said.

Why would such a politically biased company, that is partnered with a company owned by CCP members, be in charge of managing the voter rolls for the entire state of Georgia and be providing the tech behind US election companies?

Just to get an idea of what else this company believes in, let’s see what other political stances they take. Just a few examples: SalesForce provides employers with a “Vaccine Cloud” to track employees’ vaccination status. SalesForce announced they will help pay for employees to travel out of state to get abortions. SalesForce deplatformed Project Veritas, who also leaked internal emails showing that SalesForce’s Senior Director led a campaign to cancel “end their customer relationship” with the NRA.

The senior Vice President of Strategic Planning for SalesForce, Peter Schwartz, was personally thanked by Judith Rodin, President of the Rockefeller Foundation, in the now infamous document commonly referred to as “Lockstep”, which even includes a letter by Schwartz himself. (Lockstep is a chapter out of a document called: Scenarios for the Future of Technology and Internal Development, which advocates for a world wide authoritarian government with lockdowns, curfews, forced vaccination, quarantine, biometric ID and tighter top down government control.)

“*I offer a special thanks to Peter Schwartz, Andrew Blau, and the entire team at Global Business Network, who have helped guide us through this stimulating and energizing process.” [*Judith Rodin, President of the Rockefeller Foundation]

There are even connections to the Clinton Foundation. SalesForce’s website announced: “The Foundation today announced that it will commit $6 million to support the creation of 400 new internships and 150 new post-internship placements by expanding partnership…” The company said that the “Commitment [was] announced by former Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton onstage at Clinton Global Initiative’s 2014 CGI America meeting”

To top it all off, inside trader Nancy Pelosi’s husband is also heavily invested in SalesForce. The same Nancy Pelosi who claimed that totalitarian Communist China is “one of the freest societies in the world.”

So let me get this straight. A person who went to University in China, started a US election company, Konnech Inc., employing other Chinese nationals who studied at University in China — one of them who built Konnech’s “PollChief” also maintained the CCP linked CSSA’s website. Konnech helped build for the CCP linked Confucius Institute. The sensitive election data being stored by Konnech was *allegedly and according to the testimony of Gregg Phillips* housed on servers physically located in China and that data would now belong to the Chinese government. Eugene Yu, the founder of Konnech, *allegedly and according to the testimony of Gregg Phillips* owned the IP addresses to those servers.

According to the testimony of Gregg Phillips, certain FBI agents initially took this seriously and worked with him and Catherine Engelbrecht to investigate the national security breach this posed but were *allegedly* commanded from higher ups in the FBI to shut down the investigation and to alert Konnech and the CCP that their systems had been breached —(they weren’t.)

Meanwhile, Konnech’s US election software PollChief uses an app called Field Force Manager whose tech is owned by SalesForce that provides their tech to Huawei and is partnered with China’s tech giant, Alibaba — founded by a CCP member and who set up a Communist Party of China committee of Beijing and whose employees are made up of CCP members.

Not to mention, the CEO of SalesForce, Marc Benioff, is quoted saying Capitalism “is dead”, he is on the Board of Trustees for the World Economic Forum — an organization that believes in a totalitarian global government surveillance state, the end of national sovereignty, the end of private property and he even serves as the inaugural Chair of WEF’s “Forum Center for the Fourth Industrial Revolution” in San Francisco. His company, SalesForce, won’t allow messages from President Trump on its platform, silences conservatives and anyone who questions the validity of our elections. SalesForce is then rewarded with a contract to manage the entire state of Georgia voter rolls.

What could go wrong?

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