There is some bad news coming out of Maricopa County in Arizona. The Board of Supervisors now claims that they never had control of the passwords or the routers the Senate wants for the forensic audit.
That means that Dominion not only had total control over the 2020 election but they would have to be the ones who deleted the entire records of the election from the machines just 3 days before turning them over for the audit.
That is known as obstruction of justice since they were under a subpoena at the time they were erased. Someone or someones need to go to prison if that is what happened.
In the records that were deleted were the records for the adjudicated ballots, which are easy to flip from one candidate to another. Other charges people at Dominion might face are election interference and fraud.
This needs to be addressed especially since no Democrat has won the county since Harry Truman and Biden allegedly won by 40,000 votes in an election Biden won by less than 11,000 votes. Auditors are also saying that the count sheets in the boxes show more votes than what are in that box. There is no chain of command document and more irregularities than you can count.
Ken Bennett who is in charge of the recount was interviewed on this subject:
Ken Bennett: Well, if they don’t have the passwords to the administrative functions then it has to be Dominion which is very concerning to us that they don’t have complete control over their election systems. But maybe they’ll have an explanation for the Senate. And I think the Senate is equally concerned about that. Those drives that were subpoenaed so far have not been produced. So that will unfold over the next few days.
Jordan Conradson: Is that legal for them to give access to Dominion?
Ken Bennett: I don’t know if it’s legal. I don’t think that there’s any state statute that talks about that. But I think that it’s implied that the counties have full access to their election system. It’s like buying a car, you can drive it and put gas in it but you can’t look under the hood. It doesn’t seem reasonable to me.
Dominion voting systems were used in the audit in Maricopa County.
Dominion admits to having access to the machines because they provided this access to the auditors used by the Maricopa County Board of Supervisors a few months ago.
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Author: Steven Ahle
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