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Arizona Forensic Audit Results made Public
Arizona Forensic Audit Results made Public

Arizona Forensic Audit Results made Public

The number of illegal ballots found in Maricopa County (more than 55,000) is over 4 times the current amount separating President Trump and Joe Biden. https://t.co/fUMjttMtvF pic.twitter.com/lhrIRKcxC1  Arizona’s official results in November 2020 declared Biden the winner by about 11,000 votes.

The first witness in the hearing, Dr. Shiva Ayyadurai, a pattern-recognition expert, revealed that he found 17,000 duplicate ballots in Maricopa County as well as over 1,700 with no signatures. When using signature presence detection analysis, the audit found an excess of 9,589 votes with signatures that were either blank or were “scribbles.” Some voters cast up to four ballots, according to Ayyadurai. Maricopa County reported zero duplicates in its final canvass. The county stamped duplicate ballots with, “Verified and Approved [Maricopa County Elections Department.]. Maricopa County received ninety-six percent of duplicate ballots after election day. Ayyadurai also observed a 25 percent surge in duplicate mail-in ballots on election day and for five days afterward, from Nov. 4-9. State Sen. Wendy Rogers, a Republican, called for decertification based on this single testimony.

The presentation also revealed that Maricopa County did not record the number of duplicate ballot envelopes in their final canvass, with the audit finding 17,126 duplicates. The EV33 forms, for mail-in ballots received, suggested there should be 9,382 duplicates. However, when the duplicate counts were compared, only 2,138 votes matched. With the duplicate ballots, there was a surge of 25% from November 4th to November 9th, which seemed out of kilter with what should be naturally expected.

A number of other irregularities were highlighted, including stamps on mail-in ballot envelopes received by Maricopa appearing behind the forms, as if they were photoshopped, and then approved as a vote. State Senator Wendy Rogers suggested that this looked like a “crime.” Other ballots showed votes from the same voter, with the same address, signature, and phone number, but different voter IDs.

A number of questions were left for Maricopa County to answer.

Below is Dr. Shiva’s report.

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(via TGP) On p. 9 of Dr. Shiva’s report, he mentions that 91% of all the ballots counted in Maricopa County were Early Voting Ballots (EVB’s) – meaning they were mailed in.  Dr. Shiva audited the envelopes that the EVB ballots were mailed in.

In addition, there were 9,589 more unique EVB envelopes reported by the county than were not provided to the audit team.

The County only identified 587 bad signatures for only 0.031% of all EVBs received.  However, Dr. Shiva’s team was not commissioned to audit signatures and yet per his analysis of signatures in other tests, he located 2,580 signature issues.  This 5 times the county’s reporting and he wasn’t even auditing signatures.

Dr. Shiva digs into these signature issues further and notes:

When adding in the number of ballots missing chain of custody documentation in the County the number of invalid ballots likely increases into the 100,000’s much like Georgia.

Doug Logan, the CEO of Cyber Ninjas, one of the firms conducting the Arizona Audit, revealed at the hearing that his firm was not given key information from Maricopa County until the day before the hearing, making it impossible for the group to verify the accuracy of Maricopa County’s claims.

“We finally heard back from Maricopa County,” said Cyber Ninjas’ Doug Logan, who said that the auditors “asked them about this discrepancy, I think at least a week ago.” He added, “The day before we present our results, they decide to tell us that those were actually for the protected voters” who need to have their addresses concealed.

According to Maricopa County, a small subsection of the total presentation from Cyber Ninjas included “protected voters,” which includes judges, battered women, and people concerned about having their addresses made public. Logan apparently requested clarification as recently as a week prior to the hearing, but was not given a timely response.

“I can’t validate whether that’s accurate or not accurate, this is information that we just, just received. What I can say is that this sort of stuff is exactly why, with audits, usually the organization you’re in the process of auditing cooperates and works with you. This would have been extremely helpful,” Logan explained.

Logan reported that 282 “potentially deceased people” were discovered as having voted in the November election. The Cyber Ninjas team also reportedly found that up to 5,047 people voted in more than one county in Arizona, with approximately 5,295 compromised or doubled instances of voting. Another 198 individuals registered to vote after the Oct. 15 registration deadline and went on to vote in the election. 186 people who potentially had duplicate voter IDs submitted a vote in the election.(WJ)

Combined, between the duplicates identified by Dr. Shiva and the issues identified by Mr. Logan, there were more than 70,000 ballots with issues included in Arizona’s certified results.  This is seven times the margin of victory certified for Joe Biden.

Ben Cotton shared the IT results from the audit of the 2020 Election Results in Maricopa County. Cotton first started with devices and data that has been withheld by Maricopa County long after subpoenas have been issues requesting these items. Next Cotton noted the following issues.  They may not seem like much, but to an IT auditor or cyber security expert, these issues are monumental.  For example, the fact that the county failed to preserve security logs, is shocking.  It appears these items were intentionally not provided or the county has the worst processes in the country.

Cotton confirmed that despite earlier claims by Maricopa County officials the Dominion voting machines were in fact connected to the internet. Ben Cotton reminded the audience that the previous audits by EAS in the county did not find any internet history. This was false. It was not accurate. Ben Cotton found significant internet history on the machines.

Next Cotton provided a list of Hardware issues.  Neither of the Maricopa County audits identified these issues. In addition, the county had a number of deleted items.  There is no information on whether the county backed up these files.  There were 85,000 files that were deleted during the time of the audit. But then Cotton noted that his team was able to identify the time stamps for when the files were messed with:

We have captured screen shots of Maricopa County people at the keyboards during those time periods.”

And the crowd cheered. At the 3:30 mark you can see Cotton’s remarks. (TGP)

Then Cotton noted results were purged from the system during the election. Cotton also told the Senators present that the Dominion machines that were analyzed included data not from Maricopa County. They were able to identify data from South Carolina and Washington State.

Arizona state Sen. Wendy Rogers and a series of Republicans and election integrity proponents called for the Arizona legislature to begin the steps to decertify the state’s 2020 election results.

Following the public hearing, Michigan Attorney and Attorney General candidate Matthew DePerno tweeted out (and repeated on Bannon’s War Room) that he was told that Arizona attorney Cory Langhofer suppressed critical information from the audit report, including the statement that the election must be decertified.

Newsweek reported on a statement that Rino Governor Doug Ducey (AZ) has probably had prepared for months:

Arizona Governor Doug Ducey has said there will be “no decertification” of the state’s 2020 presidential election results following an audit in Maricopa County that was highly anticipated by supporters of former President Donald Trump.

Ducey, who is a Republican, took to Twitter on Friday to say the election outcome would not be decertified and that the law did not allow for decertification despite demands from Trump.

In line with all the fake news outlets reporting on the audit results, Newsweek shares:

The controversial audit found that President Joe Biden had won Maricopa county in line with the election results and three previous audits. It was conducted by Cyber Ninjas, a firm with no previous experience auditing elections.

The Arizona audit could not find an identity match on 86,391 people. This is disclosed on Page 56 of the “Results Details” report. These Maricopa voters cast ballots in Nov 2020 and don’t seem to exist. The ones registered as Democrat or selected no party affiliation represent a whopping 73.8% of these unknown voters. That’s 63,757 ballots. Not selecting a party makes monitoring of nefarious registrations much harder as everything not R or D is bulked together as “Other”.

From the 2018 midterm election to the Nov. 2020 election, Maricopa added a massive 340,676 new voter registrations. That’s a whopping 13.1% increase in just two years. The “Deputy Registrar” initiative created by Fontes gave 638 liberal volunteers access to VRAS and processing of registration forms. (TGP)

The Gateway Pundit determined that nearly 700,000 ballots in Maricopa County had issues as identified during the audit and separate canvassing of the county.  These issues are not likely mutually exclusive but give a very good indication that the 2020 Election in Arizona was full of hundreds of thousands of invalid ballots.

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