Following Maricopa County’s audit of the 2020 election results, an Arizona GOP senator is demanding the convening of the state’s electors – former President Joe Biden – and a new election held. operating in the state.
In a Twitter thread on Thursday, Senator Wendy Rogers of the state said revelations from audit serious enough that she thought the election needed to be re-organized.
“I’ve heard enough,” Rogers tweeted.
“With tens of thousands of ballots mailed unsolicited, more than 10,000 people voted after registering after November 3, the 40% failure of Maricopa to flip the machine, the password that Dominion still maintains. refused to transfer, & dozens of thousands of unauthorized queries demonstrate how unsafe the election is, I call for the recall of Biden voters to Arizona and a new election to be held.” she wrote.
“The electors of Arizona are not fraudulently awarded and we need to get this right.”
To turn over & tens of thousands of unauthorized queries prove how unsafe the election is, I call for the recall of Biden voters to Arizona & a new election to be held. Arizona’s electors are not fraudulently awarded and we need to get this right.
– Wendy Rogers (@WendyRogersAZ) July 15, 2021
On Friday, Rogers called for further examination of the results of all 50 states from the 2020 election.
– Wendy Rogers (@WendyRogersAZ) July 17, 2021
Rogers cited a statement from the cybersecurity firm that audited the Maricopa County election – Cyber Ninjas. Based on Newsweek, Doug Logan, founder of Cyber Ninjas, told the Arizona State Senate this week, “Thousands of names were added to the voting list after election day, but were recorded as voting in the election. elections in 2020”.
Logan also told the Senate up to 74,000 records for mail-in ballots that went missing in Maricopa County – Arizona’s most populous jurisdiction, home to Phoenix. Ballots received but yes no profile for them dispatched by election officials, according to Logan.
NOW, I understand why the administrator of Maricopa County and Biden have been fighting each other to stop an independent audit. 74,000 absentee ballot submissions missing, 25,000 copies, voter confusion, bloodshed, tens of thousands of ballots on demand, admin password issues. A disaster.
– Kyle Becker (@kylenabecker) July 15, 2021
The lead auditor also said his findings support a theory dubbed “SharpieGate”.
Maricopa County ballots must use a paper called VoteSecure, which does not allow markers like Sharpies to flow through the paper. However, the auditors reported that Sharpies caused significant difference in voters in the Maricopa County tally.
Another digital security and audit expert, Ben Cotton, said security on Maricopa County’s voting system is so poorly secured that it could be hacked. in less than 10 minutes.
“We know through public records, public statements, that an element of the electoral system was actually compromised or violated during the November 2020 election,” he said.
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“The public registry server had unauthorized access to it under cybersecurity terms, it was breached. We know that the county accepted it as an unauthorized violation because they actually issued a letter to a small group of voters affected by the violation. “
Cotton also said auditors found 37,000 queries on the voting system in a single day for using blank passwords; the system contains only eight accounts, making this activity very unusual on the system, to say the least. The problem is that the chain of custody information may have been compromised as several individuals may already have access and run multiple processes under one account.
“Accountability goes out the window, from a personal perspective,” says Cotton.
Auditor also said that 11,326 voters who were not on the voter list on November 7 were unexpectedly on the list of voters on December 4.
Now, approved, the likelihood that all 50 states will be audited or Arizona’s 11 electoral votes will be decided by a new election roughly similar to your chances of finding even Jimmy Hoffa. and DB Cooper are alive and manage a Quiznos in Cincinnati. they co-own.
However, if there is something behind the Cyber Ninjas allegations, then the voting process in Arizona needs to be put under a microscope. The 11 electoral votes in the state are unlikely to turn around – but there are a lot of people like State Senator Wendy Rogers who don’t believe the voting process is going smoothly – and it’s not because they do.”big lie“Or bringing water to QAnon.
Instead, those who are losing faith in our electoral process – and are seeing Democrats trying to erode that trust even further by overcome the struggle for electoral power at the federal level. That will be bad for our republic in the future. It is something that needs to be squared off to restore confidence in the integrity of our elections.