The Hammer is a super surveillance computer and scorecard is a software application that is designed to change votes. This happens on-the-fly as votes are reported in tallying locations. The data is grabbed and changed in real-time and sent to the precincts or reporting locations. The change happens in microseconds, so it is undetected.
Kirk Wiebe, a former NSA analyst on a Zoom call Monday Nov. 7 explains how Hammer and Scorecard work.
You can see the dirty players caught using Hammer and Scorecard Live on CNN, election night.