Federal Hearing On Zoom Interrupted By Pictures Of 9/11, Swastikas, Porn

Federal Hearing On Zoom Interrupted By Pictures Of 9/11, Swastikas, Porn


A federal hearing held on Zoom was interrupted Friday by a user who began posting images from the Sept. 11, 2001 attacks, swastikas and pornography, numerous sources reported.

During a federal hearing on a challenge to Georgia’s voting machines, a user that called themselves “Osama” began posting the rapidly changing videos and images, according to the Associated Press. The images of the Sept. 11, 2001 attacks came on the 19th anniversary of the event. 

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Prior to the interruption, there were reportedly around 100 people signed in as participants in the hearing, which involved testimony by a voting machine company executive. The court quickly ended the Zoom session after the user interrupted with the images. (RELATED: Thousands Of Parents Sign Letter To Jack Dorsey Asking Twitter To Monitor ‘Zoombombing’)

Election integrity activists have argued that Georgia’s voting machines are unaccountable and have other security flaws. The hearing reportedly resumed about an hour after the

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