People on the ground in Germany report that Scytl, which hosts US elections data (improperly) through Spain, was raided by a large US army force and that their Servers were seized in Frankfurt, Germany.
The Spanish software company Scytl, which sells election manipulation software worldwide that was used in the USA, is on the verge of bankruptcy.
Incidentally, Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen's Vulcan Capital has invested $40 million in Scytl.
The video is of Representative Louie Gohmert of Texas explaining exactly what is going on.
From our source: The US government, once they determined that this Dominion server was involved in switching votes, then the intelligence community began a search for the server and discovered that the server was in Germany. In order to get access to that server and have it available for use in a legal manner they had to have the State Department work in tandem with the Department of Justice. They had to request that the government of Germany cooperate in allowing this seizure of this server.
The appropriate documents required to affect that kind of seizure were put in place, signed off on, and it appears there was also US military support in this operation. The US military was not in the lead. But this helps explain why Esper was fired and Miller and Kash Patel were put in place — so that the military would not interfere with the operation in any way.