Why We Must Pay Attention to This Chinese Software Active in America

America must pay attention, because Big Media, election thieves and betrayers do not want you to be familiar with a company called Konnech.

The Communist Chinese government owns and runs Konnech. They are advertised and doing business as a “U.S. software company used by ‘thousands of Election Offices across North America.’

Konnech is embedded and used extensively by the U.S. Department of Defense.

Today, Konnech’s software helps manage a tremendous amount of poll workers, polling locations, campaigns, assets, mail-in ballots, and supplies necessary to run elections in the United States, Canada, and Australia.

Eugene Yu

In the United States, Konnech’s software is known as “Pollchief.” When you hear or see anyone–a RINO, Democrat, news pundit, “subject matter expert”–endorse or speak positively about this software, you should be on high alert.

In October 2022, Eugene Yu, the founder and CEO of Konnech, was arrested in Michigan. He was required to keep his company’s data in the US and only provide access to citizens and permanent residents, but instead stored it on servers in the People’s Republic of China, according to the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s office.

Within weeks after Yu’s arrest, the George Soros funded DA, George Gascón, dropped the charges.

Soros and puppet Gascón


Recall Dinesh D’Souza’s blockbuster documentary, “2000 Mules” released in the summer of 2022. The movie revealed how hundreds of thousands of fake ballots stuffed voting boxes by paid Democratic operatives (Mules) in the 2020 Election.

The film focused on the detailed and exemplary investigative work of True the Vote’s Catherine Engelbrecht and Gregg Phillips.

This group revealed that Konnech is hosting election data on Chinese servers accessible by the CCP.

True the Vote says Konnech controls a great deal of personal information on 1.8 million U.S. election workers.

One just needs to review the George Soros funded elections of Secretaries of State for Arizona, Georgia, Michigan, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin to begin to understand the impact.

Their endorsed ballot tracking software tracks mail-in ballots, prints ballots, offers signature comparison capabilities, and even scans “ballot packages and application images directly into the system for side by side verification against voter profiles.”


A 2017 New York Times article indicated Chinese Students and Scholars Association (CSSA) “worked in tandem with Beijing to promote a pro-Chinese agenda and tamp down anti-Chinese speech in the U.S. and other Western campuses.”

Journalists and human rights groups have referred to the CSSA as government-organized non-governmental organizations used to surveil and report on Chinese students abroad. Tremendous Chinese donations have spurred significant influence in many American Universities, known as Confucius Institutes.

Konnech previously built a ‘communication platform’ for the Confucius Institute.

In November 2006, the company posted on their Facebook page, “… Confucius Institute at Michigan State University has reached an agreement with Konnech, Inc. to build ChineseBrief.com—a unique interactive communication platform and Chinese language learning tool.”

Konnech Software Engineer, Wang Xiang, graduated from China’s Nanjing University with a bachelors degree in Computer Science in 2012. He received a M.S. in Computer Science at the University of New Mexico where he managed the website of the ‘Chinese Students and Scholars Association (CSSA) of the University of New Mexico.

Note that the CSSA is the official organization for overseas Chinese students and scholars registered in most colleges, universities, and institutions outside of the People’s Republic of China.



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