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A.U.D.I.T.: About Undermining Democrat-Implemented Theft (of elections)
It’s not just Arizona and Georgia that are shining klieg lights on “election irregularities”! Over the past week, a total of 11 states have made election news. In addition, there are national newsmakers (including the Democrat-media complex dragging out the “big guns” to try to squelch any talk of election forensic audits). But before we get started with the summary of recent reports, this is a poignant reminder that the logic of the Hologram’s victory escapes most rational people. Certainly, no one in the Democrat-media complex has taken a stab at explaining this chart (courtesy of Tierney Real News):
And Rasmussen Reports (one of the most accurate pollsters) reports that 51% of likely voters “believe that cheating impacted the 2020 election results” (up 4 percentage points from November!).
Moving on to the “big enchilada”….
- First off, social media personality @KanekoaTheGreat on Telegram provides some commentary from Seth Keshel, a General Flynn confidant, from an interview with Doug Billings that amplifies the improbabilities in the Tierney Real News graphic above:
Former Army Captain of Military Intelligence, Seth Keshel (https://twitter.com/SKeshel), breaks down the election data in Maricopa County.
Arizona has historically been a Republican state.
Since WWII, it has only voted for a Democrat twice, 1948 and 1996. Maricopa has not voted for the Democrat since 1948.
John Kerry added 118,166 votes in Maricopa in 2004.
Barack Obama added 97,677 votes in Maricopa in 2008.
Hillary Clinton added 100,619 votes in Maricopa in 2016.
Joe Biden added 337,867 votes in Maricopa in 2020.
Biden won Arizona by 10,457 votes so if 0.5% of the 2.1 million ballots in Maricopa are illegal or invalid ballots for Biden then you have a state for the first time in the history of the United States that would have been wrongfully awarded in the American electoral college.
Full Interview (AZ, GA, NV): https://rumble.com/vi6u2t-the-right-side-with-doug-billings-june-7-2021.html
- Next are some comments made by Ken Bennett, the former AZ secretary of state who is overseeing the audit, with a hint at some of the problems being found (from American Conservatives Take Action):
Jordan Conradson: When can we expect a result that either confirms or denies Biden won?
Bennett: Well that’s going to be several weeks thereafter. In addition to the hand count which might be done this week, the paper evaluation is going to probably take all of June and we have the facility through the end of June. So, we’re going to have to do a lot of work to catch up on the paper evaluation but both of those things need to be completed and then there will be a few weeks of putting the report together. We still also have the opportunity, and I think it’s imperative that we take the opportunity to verify at least thousands of the envelope signatures to make sure that there weren’t blank signatures allowed to go through the mail in process — because that signature of the voter on the envelope is the voter’s affidavit that their ballot is inside. We’ve heard rumors that there may have been thousands of envelopes allowed to go through and opened and ballots counted without any signature whatsoever on the envelope. If that happened that’s a huge no-no and so there are other very important things besides just the hand count and the paper evaluation that yet or yet to be done.
- Next come some remarks from AZ State Senator Wendy Roger that describe the four phases of the audit, as well as information about Cyber Ninjas (from Arizona Conservatives Take Action):
How is Cyber Ninjas equipped to lead this audit?
- They are an application security company, which has allowed a quick understanding of how election system applications work in detail.
- Their modus operandi is to perform Threat Modeling.
- That is: They figure out ways a system can be attacked and how to identify a threat and protect against it.
- They discover what the “artifacts” are in order to prove activity did or didn’t happen.
- This was used in designing the audit scope.
Steps to the AZ Audit
Phase 1 – Canvassing – Currently indefinitely delayed by the AZ Senate.
- Did you vote?
- Does it match?
- There have been innumerable reports of mismatch anomalies.
- Was the voter registration history changed?
Phase 2 – Physical ballots
- Actual ballot counting: Everyone can relate to the concept of counting paper ballots. Maricopa volunteer counters must have voted in the Nov 2020 election. No determination whether the counter volunteer is a Republican or a Democrat.
- If a count is off by more than 1 person per 50 ballots counted, then the ballots are recounted
- It takes approximately 8 seconds to count a ballot. There is no way to coordinate or sully this very precise process. “There is no speed without accuracy.”
- Paper examination table uses digital single-lens reflex (DSLR) cameras.
- 0% chance of damaging ballots
- Determines which oval was marked and if marked by a human.
- Analyzes fibers of ballot material and barely-detectable yellow-dot watermarks.
- Every last ballot should be able to be accounted for.
Bottom Line: Opposition pushback may be an indication of the more questionable areas to investigate
Phase 3 – Electronic Voting Systems
- Digital capture of the voting systems (that were provided) has been completed.
- CyFIR followed industry best practices with write-block devices that prevented any hard drive from being changed.
- Analysis of the data captured is ongoing.
Phase 4 – Results
- Numbers from various phases will be compared against the certified results.
Cyber Ninjas CEO overall observations:
- Americans must be able to trust how one’s vote is cast.
- A judge’s scope of expertise does not tend to include higher math or computer systems.
- However, EVERY American understands how to count — counting should be done at the local community level.
- We should go to paper only.
- We should be counting at the precinct level.
- We should declare voting day a national holiday so everyone can vote and participate in the counting.
- Even Canada’s federal election is paper only.
What now could Pennsylvania (PA) do if it wanted to pursue a comprehensive AZ-level audit?
In theory, the PA State Senate’s “State Government Committee” can issue a subpoena on behalf of the PA State Senate to start an in-depth audit of a PA county.
Arizona welcomes ALL states to adopt this gold-standard of a process to ensure free and fair elections for 2022.
- Arizona State Senator Kelly Townsend commented about “federal-only” voters who voted in 2020 in Arizona.
“AZ still has over 21k “Federal Only voters” who cannot prove they are a citizen or that they even exist. They are not in the MVD system and all they need is a bank statement (easily doctored) to get a ballot. This will need to be addressed at the Federal level, and I have been working to make this more known for some time. This is the next thing that needs an audit, and voter intimidation is a flimsy excuse not to do it.”
- Arizona Secretary of State Katie Hobbs (D-Soros) has been throwing everything on the proverbial wall to see what will stick in her efforts to stymie and discredit the AZ audit. She recently announced that she is running for the Democrat nomination for governor. Good luck with that in a Red state that is all in A.U.D.I.T. of elections!
- Maricopa County Sheriff Paul Penzone (backed by Soros), who has been a fly in the ointment in terms of delivering routers subpoenaed for the audit by the state senate, faces a contempt hearing “in the same racial profiling case that led to contempt rulings against his predecessor, Joe Arpaio.”
- AZ State Rep Mark Finchem is running for Secretary of State to replace Katie Hobbs. He recently said that Mike Lindell’s new film ‘Absolutely 9-0’ has provided evidence indicating that other major counties besides Maricopa should also be audited:
Rep. Biasiucci and I have requested the ballot printing order records from Pima, Pinal, Yuma and Apache counties, and with the ‘Absolutely 9-0’ revelation, we are requesting ballot images from Pima County
- California broke into the “probable election fraud column.” Who knows how many replications of the following took place during the mail-in ballot harvesting deluge in California last year? In a bombshell report from the Santa Barbara News-Press:
Approximately 3,000 mail-in ballots counted in the Nov. 3 election were supposedly cast by UCSB students residing in a voting precinct that, along with other dorm buildings, includes the Francisco Torres/Santa Catalina Residence Hall at 6850 El Colegio Road in Goleta.
Problem: Due to COVID-19, the Torres Building, which normally accommodates 1,300 students, was empty and locked down through most of 2020, as were all other UCSB dorms.
This means no students/voters were residing inside the Torres Building (nor any of the other dorms) during the election season.
It also means these ballots were fraudulent.
That’s because there’s a second problem: These ballots could not legally have been forwarded to students where they were actually living.
Because forwarding ballots to alternative addresses is a felony.
- One final reminder: the AZ audit is NOT the “gold standard” for audits, as previously reported here. “Based on economic and time constraints (due in part to the aggressive resistance against any meaningful election audit), the Maricopa audit is a partial forensics audit. Based on the Statement of Work, we’d estimate that it is 75% of an FFA [full forensic audit].”
- Things are simmering to a boil as we approach the hot months of summer in Georgia! First off, some 531 Georgia Republicans, “ranging from grassroots activists, to precinct leaders, to delegates to the Georgia GOP convention,” wrote a letter to Gov. Brian Kemp urging him to initiate a forensic audit of the 2020 election.
- Garland Favorito of VoterGA.org is making headway in convincing a judge to unseal 147,000 mail-in ballots, some of which “look like they were xeroxed,” according to poll manager Suzi Voyles who, along with three other poll workers signed a sworn affidavit toward that end:
[E]lection watchdogs have used their affidavits to help convince a state judge to unseal all of the 147,000 mail-in ballots counted in Fulton and allow a closer inspection of the suspicious Biden ballots for evidence of counterfeiting. They argue that potentially tens of thousands may have been manufactured in a race that Biden won by just 12,000 votes thanks to a late surge of mail-in ballots counted after election monitors were shooed from State Farm Arena in Atlanta.
“We have what is almost surely major absentee-ballot fraud in Fulton County involving 10,000 to 20,000 probably false ballots,” said Garland Favorito, the lead petitioner in the case and a certified poll watcher who runs VoterGa.org, one of the leading advocates for election integrity in the state.
- Ruby Freeman, the woman caught on video dragging boxes out from under the table on Election Day night in Fulton County after the vote-counting process was suspended, has been subpoenaed (along with her boss daughter Shaye Moss)! Read the subpoena at this link.
Ruby dragged hidden boxes of ballots out from underneath tables and started running them through the machines. Ruby Freeman was caught on tape running the same stack of suspect ballots through the machines multiple times.
- Social media personality Miz Donna Thoughts, who is a Georgia resident, comments on the two articles above:
A couple of observations. The authorities never took the claims seriously. The investigators haven’t reached out to the witnesses. Suzi Voyles is a well-known person in GA GOP circles. The Senators took her claims very seriously. And when she was fired, they were angry.
I think she would know whether the paper was regular or not. Because she has been handling ballots for 20 years.
Paul left off one other witness who worked at the warehouse. She testified that they were printing hundreds of test ballots at that location. She was the only person spoiling them. They were put into those suitcase bags and left unattended.
Also notice who else Paul said works at that warehouse….
They are being deposed for a reason…
- In an action directly related to his apparent obstruction of the Georgia audit process, the Georgia Republican Party censured Secretary of State Brad Raffensberger. The resolution is pretty explicit:
The resolution cited Raffensperger for “Entering into the Compromise Settlement Agreement and Release which changed Georgia’s absentee voting procedures outside the Constitutionally prescribed format set forth in Georgia law.” The resolution said that Raffensperger had undermined election security by permitting “mass mailings of absentee applications by his office and third parties which created opportunities for fraud and overwhelmed election offices; rendering accurate signature matching nearly impossible; allowing ballot drop boxes without proper chain of custody; and ignoring sworn affidavits and disregarding evidence of voter fraud.”
- Kyle Ardoin, the Louisiana Republican Secretary of State is trying to push through the purchase of over $100 million in voting machine equipment for the state via SB 221 and HB 373, and a local group is pushing back in a new video posted here and excerpted below:
Two top Republican Legislators in Louisiana, with the support of Republican Secretary of State, Kyle Ardoin, have introduced election bills in 2021. These bills have been labeled “non-controversial,” or even hailed as election integrity measures. However, Citizens from North to South Louisiana, who have taken a closer look at these bills, are protesting that the Republican-carried Bills are Trojan Horses…
SB 221 is the legislation being considered and it undermines election integrity in many ways:
- It arguably blocks the Attorney General from reviewing and potentially invalidating illegal or improper Election rules enacted by the Secretary of State.
- Places the Commission and Committee supposedly designed to provide independent oversight of Louisiana elections, squarely within the Office of the Secretary of State.
Another bill, HB 373 by Rep. Stuart Bishop provides that private contractors that work with the information management systems of state agencies could have their “registration” excluded from public records. Private contractors that work with State Agencies’ information systems, could thus have their registration shielded from public scrutiny, and released only to government officials. “Registration” could be interpreted to include the identity, membership, ownership, foreign control, or legal description of information management companies that work for state agencies.
In short, private contractors that manage information systems for state agencies could have their identity and ownership concealed from the public, under Rep. Bishop’s bill.
Ultimately, HB 373 could block public access to information about the foreign ownership and control of Dominion, which now counts votes in Louisiana elections. Dominion and/or its subcontractors could decide Louisiana elections, without Louisiana citizens even knowing who was counting their votes.
- Lawyer Matthew DePerno is appealing a case dismissed recently by a Michigan judge in Antrim County. Deperno subsequently made this claim:
“And I’ll tell you something we discovered this weekend. We can now show that after the election is done, someone, anyone really who has access to those tabulators, can reopen the election, run more ballots through the tabulator, print off new tabulator tape with a new balance and backdate that tape to November 3rd.”
- Comments made by DePerno on Twitter about a remote login to the election management system on 5 Nov are even more astounding:
- We have been lied to. The Antrim County election management system (EMS) was REMOTELY and successfully logged into anonymously on 11/05/2020 at 5:55 PM and again on 11/17/2020 at 5:16 PM. Yes, that is correct … REMOTELY.
- Those dates are significant because they correspond directly to the dates the county and SOS were trying to correct the intentional computer problems that subverted the election. These logons appear to have escalated privileges at the time of logon. Again .. REMOTELY.”
- But we were told there was no internet connection. In an accredited system, an anonymous user should not be authorized by the accreditation authority, but would instead be required to enter a specific user name and password to utilize the system. 4. We were told there was no internet connection. We were told there was no remote access. We were told this was human error. All lies. This is fraud. This decertifies the Antrim County election. SOS Benson should resign or be impeached.