Here’s a video made by one of the gals who was a constant in the telegram AZ Audit Cam #4 chat area where we chatted, discussed strange things we thought might be out of place, and reported to the auditors anything that needed to be checked out or corrected. We had fun and enjoyed the monitoring job, as volunteers. There are now 2,157 members of the chat group, and there is a huge number of pictures, files, videos that were recorded over the time we came together there. Gigi Knows did this which is full of memories for us. We love all these hero’s some of whom were there through three shifts, and friendships grew and morale was great for most of the time. Scrupulous care was taken that each ballot was tracked and signed for each time it went anywhere, for chain of custody reasons. We had wonderful people working everyday, some slowly walking in on their walkers, and some with canes.
We always watched for a fashion of the day. You can see some here. Delegations of politicians came from many different states to see how this full forensic audit was being done, and it was proclaimed the “gold standard.” Security was fabulous, and the ninjas were hard working, helpful and dedicated to finding truth. I applaud them all.
Now that the building has been emptied of pallets and machines, and the online cameras shut down, the auditors in Maricopa County will continue their computer analysis and work on their report will continue. Awaiting the County’s response to the latest round of subpoenas will hold up the final writing, and Ken Bennett has been reinstated as the Senate Liaison, and will have a say in how that report is done.
Coming also in August is the Mike Lindell Cyber Symposium and the release of the PCAPS he’s acquired. I’ve no idea where he got them. Can’t wait to see and hear what his experts have to say about them. Wonder also, if they show whether or not internet traffic was picked up from Maricopa County to wherever else data might have gone, and whether or not data was also received at any of the mac addresses of the tabulation machines that were in the county’s possession after the November 3, 2020 election.
Seems obvious that there were lots of others on the ballots whose right to hold the office they hold may well be questioned after these reports are finally released. While many grow impatient, and argue over piddling things, like claims that the machine counts could be compromised by humans having written down the counts, I’ll have to point out that there were counting teams of at least three people. So, it’s unlikely any one person could so deliberately screw up the numbers.
Katie Hobbs thinks she’s going to be Governor. We shall see about that after all her offensive remarks about this audit.
Yesterday, the counting crews finished up the machine count of the Maricopa County 2020 election ballots, done at the request of the Arizona Senate to possibly reconcile differences between the vote count the county certified, and the manual count done by Cyber Ninjas in this exhaustive, detailed, ground breaking forensic audit. Today, the hot temporary building is quieter, and the people there are all either shuffling papers or working on computers to complete this monumental task.
Having monitored the online cameras installed for transparency and also as another check on the procedures put in place to assure accuracy, I’ll have to say every ballot has been treated with great care. The reports in media that ballots were left unattended are bunk. If unattended, they were locked in cages. Legal representation was on the scene at all times when the ballots were being signed out and chain of custody has been impeccable.
The finishing tasks the computer teams and paper shufflers must do now is make certain every ballot and image is accounted for, and all paperwork tied to each box, batch, pallet is in it’s rightful place to be found if and when needed.
Besides there being security present at all times, even when everyone was gone home, the cameras monitored by the internet were running, and were being watched by folks who reported the slightest thing out of place, like a box top not properly sealed, a paper where it wasn’t supposed to be, someone’s hand on a ballot that was being photographed, so that auditors could follow up and correct any little thing.
No matter what the final report says, and I don’t expect it for some time, the truth will be in it. Truth. No more speculation, no more arguing. And will hold up in a court of law.
All these pallets are yet to be counted, by machine, to compare the audit numbers to the county’s numbers for the results of the November 3, 2020 election. Much is on the line with this audit, and people are now sitting up and paying attention. Due to the July 15, 2021 hearing held by the Arizona Senate, and Karen Fann, some information has been made clear to people who are interested, and clearly there is a lot of information that has been withheld.
Ben Cotton was his usual impressive presence, and his revelations, while incomplete, were startling. Evidence exists that the election center has been compromised on more than one occasion. Can’t imagine anyone not taking his word for it, considering his reputation.
Doug Logan was clear that much still needs to be done, and spelled out a few problems that the Ninjas have found, for which there is no explanation, because the county will not cooperate even by answering simple questions where anomalies have shown up.
The Senate has provided counting machines, and the auditors will now proceed to count every single ballot, the paper. The votes have already been recorded. But the numbers do not coincide so another physical count of the actual ballots will back up the auditors figures. This is not done.
Amazingly, the Ninjas auditing the Maricopa County election are still plugging away in a barnlike setting with no air conditioning in Arizona in mid summer. Against the elements, against time constraints in the building they currently occupy, they trudge along daily through whatever tasks come to hand. Going over the blue sheets, (shown in picture on the right) those that had been withheld by the county, and wound up in the hands instead of Audit USA head John Brakey, and incorporating the information from them into the thousands of tally sheet they’ve already accumulated from the many counts must be very hot uncomfortable work in this heat.
I’m so proud of these intrepid patriotic hard working Americans intent on finding out the truth, one way or another, and dotting every i and crossing every t. I’ve grown connected to each of them, watching them for months do all this repetitive mind numbing task to assure our election integrity, and now and then we watchers get an acknowledgement from one of our favorite players, Lawyer Dude. Such a hard work. And all the cage Ninjas moving heavy boxes of ballots around over and over to get them in just the right order, as they were received. And Lawyer Dude was right in there, hefting boxes as well.
So long as they are there, and the cams are available to us, there is a group that is very accustomed to sharing and reporting anything we see that might be interesting. Now, they’ve installed high speed counting machines that should be able to count all the ballots, in all the pallets, yet again. And that was the plan, until the heat and humidity put a temporary stop to it. Now extra coolers have been installed, extra tubes for venting, and still those counters are not being used.
While all this is ongoing, other states are getting interested in doing full forensic audits, and Pennsylvania is one. Not happy that Biden will be visiting there to talk about election integrity right now. Too many times, I’ve read warnings about false flag incidents to turn the publics mind against these audits. Too often I’ve actually witnessed what I would consider to be false incidents used to turn the media and government forces against us. I’m not a fan of Biden, but I want him kept safe. And I have no reason to think his handlers really do. Too convenient to blame an incident on those of us wanting to restore our country to greatness. Gen. Flynn has warned us several times about such things. Pray for his safety, for all our sakes.