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Audit Report Coming Soon, Competitors Rip It Without Doing an Audit

 

Seems a group called Clear Ballot tried to get the contract from the Arizona Senate to do the badly needed audit of the 2020 election.  Their price was in excess of $400,000 according to media reports, and keeping the taxpayer in mind, Senate President Karen Fann instead chose Cyber Ninjas at $150,000.

Interesting that they should issue their report before the Cyber Ninjas issued theirs.  Made it public, too.  They call their hastily put together group website Real-Audits.org and claim to be fighting disinformation with facts.

Pity the facts they claim come from the very machines that caused the problems in the first place.  I don’t care how many audits they claim to have done, they didn’t open up the boxes and count all the ballots, or look for signs of fakery or deceit.

I have to wonder why Republicans in Arizona are attacking so viciously a procedure that was open to the voters of Maricopa County to participate in and watch from their own homes.

The argument that outside groups contributed money to the audit doesn’t besmirch the effort one bit, because those were voluntary donations, and not a burden on the taxpayer.  The argument is also one that is totally hypocritical as Zuckerberg’s CTCL contributed about $3 million to the election effort, claiming it was an extraordinary year because of COVID.  Where did that money go?  Have they accounted for it?  Who contributed to that?  Oh, we don’t get to ask these questions?

We don’t get to question the counting stopping on election night?  We don’t get to question those in seats of power, because THEY RULE US OR SOMETHING?????   Hey, they work FOR us, not the other way around.

But we volunteers checked out the ballots.  We volunteers of Maricopa County along side Cyber Ninjas, with our special orange shirted observers, and even the pinko’s from the SOS office did it, because WE CARE ABOUT ELECTION INTEGRITY.  Not some officials hurt feelings at being checked up on.  Not the SOUR GRAPES of a competitive group who didn’t get the contract!!!

YOU GUYS!  You didn’t get the contract because we wanted a FULL FORENSIC AUDIT and hand recount of ALL the ballots.

And while they lie about it, everyone knows the machines connect to the internet. Even your refrigerator does! These are the people I’ll trust, because I WATCHED THE ENTIRE PROCESS FROM DAY ONE through the months that it took, every day, for long hours sitting here far far away. Because I could.

That’s called TRANSPARENCY.

CYBER NINJAS! You are the best! And I’ll trust your report. This one we might compare to, or maybe use it for toilet paper! Oh, and Benny White, Larry Moore, Tim Halvorsen, none of you counted the ballots.
This guy did! And I’ll believe him. Our Lawyer Dude, Bryan Blehm. And the wonderful Ninjas and volunteers who did this, why, they deserve Gods blessing, and the endless appreciation of Arizonans for doing their patriotic duty to find the TRUTH.

I Saw This on Facebook, and somebody laughed. No other response. Um.

A lament. Not a judgement of anyone. But it’s no wonder people are confused.
When I was growing up, it was normal for the young to fall in love, marry young, raise a family and stay married “until death us do part.” It wasn’t easy sex with anyone you felt a moment of attraction toward, like scratching an itch, and saying “bye” in the morning.
It was “making love” and it was saved for that special person you wanted to have children with, to swear an oath to love, honor and cherish for the rest of your life.
Abortions occurred, sure, but they were private, seldom even whispered about.
Now, those old fashioned family values, are sneered about by many, who see sex merely as an itch they must scratch, nothing more than a bodily function. Witness TV shows these day, and for some time, have main stars jumping into bed after one kiss, and the character is gone in no time. Nobody thinks anything of it.
Frankly, don’t see how one can do that and maintain any self esteem or self respect. It meant a whole lot to me. Can’t imagine it has no special value to folks these days.
So, what’s so special about that now?
Most people of honor were bound by and kept their word. Family was practically sacrosanct! We took care of each other.
All that has been replaced by a huge INDUSTRY that profits by killing babies, eliminating the natural consequences of “scratching that itch” and that industry even thinks taxpayers should subsidize their evil deeds.
So, our society has degraded love, degraded marriage, degraded family, and it’s hard to find a man who feels bound by his word.
People are rightly afraid of the opposite gender, unsure of what love is, don’t trust anyone to be faithful to their own word, and afraid to reproduce altogether. Many call themselves gay or transgender and some, I suspect, to avoid the issue altogether.
Seems to me the left only wants individual freedom when it’s a sexual issue. They don’t care about freedom of speech or your right to own firearms.
They want to control what you think and what you can say. They want collectivism of everything else. Media and entertainment celebrate all things sexual to extremes even encouraging behaviors once thought perverted and even encouraging transgenderism.
I wonder if all those people out there thinking they want to come to America know what it’s become.
So, this meme comes to mind AGAIN!

Audit Cams Now Down – Report Coming in August

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.

Quiet Today at AZAudit, Counting Machines are Finished

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.

 

Audit Efforts in Arizona Not Done

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.