Yesterday was a big day and this will be a long post. There was the hearing in AZ where the audit team gave an update to the senate committee and told them about additional items that they needed to complete the audit. They revealed a number of things that they have discovered but don’t have adequate explanation for. I have added a synopsis that was not done by me to the bottom of this post. Some people are saying that this is “proof” and that this domino has fallen, but I disagree.
One of the Maricopa County Supervisors criticized the report as a lot of open ended questions that the auditors would know the answer to if they knew how to run an election. On one level that could be a fair criticism, the problem is that the coordinator for the audit is a former SoS that has run elections in that state. Many of the items brought up will almost certainly defy explanation, and I suspect like a good lawyer, this audit team didn’t ask any questions it doesn’t already have the answer to. Afterward, Jovan Pulitzer, stated that this was the smallest appetizer to a large multi course meal. Mmmmm….
Some people are saying that the first domino has fallen and I think that’s a gross overstatement, but with what we now have between GA, MI and AZ it’s obvious that there is a widespread and coordinated conspiracy to defraud the American people. This is no longer a theory and if some one talks about “baseless accusations” or “no evidence”, they are either lying or willfully ignorant. In fact I’m thinking that Tucker Carlson coming on board is Fox’s attempt to hide their complicity in this fraud. Their calling AZ on election night almost certainly had to be coordinated. Somebody there knew from the beginning. Domino’s are certainly teetering.
The mathematicians have pretty much examined the whole country now and have found that algorithms ran in pretty much every county in the country. I have not seen anything near a competent take down of that math and several people have reached similar conclusions using different methods. That means that there has to have been something on the order of what Mike Lindell is talking about to control that. Although I have many questions and I haven’t seen the direct evidence, I guess I’m now onboard with Lindell now.
I predicted a couple of weeks ago that I thought GA would be first to fall, and that the senate race would probably be what brings this to a head. I’m sticking to that. Next Monday there is a hearing on the case that was brought on the legalities of the GA senate run off elections. Percins Cois, the real bad guy lawyers that were at the base of Russia gate and all of this election nonsense are trying to interject themselves into the case. There is precedent in GA for throwing out elections and re doing them, and this election had significant issues for sure.
Additionally in GA is the fact that Rathensberger who told us everything was hunky dory is now all over the election officials and their incompetence in Fulton County. He’s known that from the beginning. He had an investigator there while the election was being run that told him of issues in real time. I think it’s just a matter of time before the GA story unravels. Garland Favrito is the first to say that this takes time and the truth is that these are terribly complicated suits. They actually are moving pretty fast for our legal system. Lastly, a new video surfaced yesterday without fanfare that seems to show an election worker we haven't seen before in GA rescanning the same ballots more than once while looking around superstitiously. I can’t help but think there’s a lot of stuff simmering out there.
Highlights from AZ Audit Senate Hearing 7/15
• Ballot duplication nightmare. Serial numbers are required to match the original and duplicated ballot. “Thousands” of ballots are either missing serial numbers or have unreadable serial numbers printed over a dark black ballot identification box. Ken Bennett stated that it’s impossible to determine whether a ballot was duplicated more than once.
• Inferior equipment verification process. Senator Peterson noted that if the EAC equipment verification process cannot handle evaluation by an audit, then we need a new certification procedure.
• Cyber security vulnerabilities, missing security event data, and suspicious logins. Ben Cotton of CyFIR emphasized the critical need for router and Splunk log data. He gave 4 reasons:
a) The November election system breach reported by Maricopa County and the SoS.
b) Extreme cyber security vulnerabilities: the last malware and operating system/ security patch update was in August 2019 when the Dominion software was originally installed. “It would take less than 10 min to gain system-level access.”
c) Security event data only goes back to 2/5/21. By design, the security log only holds 20 MB of data. Strangely, on 3/11/21, there were 37,646 queries for a blank password that had had the effect of overwriting the data prior to 2/5/21.
d) Suspicious anonymous logons. CyFIR has found anonymous logons at the system level that do not follow the pattern of normal Windows behavior.
• Maricopa County is unable to validate the security of the election system. The evidence provided suggests that only Dominion is able to verify the ICP configuration. Cotton explains that it’s impossible to validate the security of an election system if you cannot independently validate the configuration. CyFIR needs the authentication fobs held by Dominion to check ICP configuration.
• Ballot calibration was off by an average of 1000% in some batches leading to bleed-through, which can cause over-votes or inaccurate vote attribution. The County has stated that they use thick VoteSecure paper, which should limit bleed-through in the event of mis-calibration. However, the Cyber Ninjas team found a large number of ballots on very thin paper stock. The ballots printed on-demand at the voting centers on Election Day have the worst calibration issues. More than 168K ballots were affected.
• Voter roll anomalies affect more than 107K ballots. Doug Logan “highly recommends canvassing” based on the data his team has reviewed. For example:
a) There are 74,243 mail-in ballots with no clear record of being sent out
b) 11,326 people who voted do not show up on the 11/7 voter rolls, but are listed in the 12/4 database
c) 3,981 people who voted on Election Day were registered after 10/15, which is a violation of state law
d) Approximately 18k people voted on Election Day but were subsequently removed from the rolls
• Maricopa County did not turn over images of the envelopes as requested in the January subpoena
The hearing concluded with a review of the 17 missing items needed to complete the audit, many of them already subpoenaed, including router data, Splunk logs, hardware tokens, envelope images, chain of custody documentation, and all portable media. Senator Fann stated that the Senate will likely have to go back to court to enforce the subpoena and retrieve the remaining items.