Now Gen. McInerney joins me. General, thank you for making time for us today. I know you're busy with a ton of interviews. Thank you for being with us.
Gen. Thomas McInerney: Thanks very much for having me, Brannon.
Brannon Howse: Last night was an amazing program. Are you getting any feedback? 'Cause we set record numbers. We know we had so many people watching. Did we accomplish anything last night, General?
Gen. Thomas McInerney: Well, I think we have. I think the ball is moving a little bit, but we still haven't crossed the goal line of what we're trying to do, Brannon. So we've gotta keep it up and make sure the American people know and get to the president and get him personally involved to know that this is the keystone, if you will, of solving this problem of the cyber-warfare against his election.
In February 2009, the Obama administration commandeered a powerful supercomputer system known as THE HAMMER. THE HAMMER includes an exploit application known as SCORECARD that is capable of hacking into elections and stealing the vote, according to CIA contractor-turned-whistleblower Dennis Montgomery, who designed and built THE HAMMER.