What is keeping Arizona from clean, secure elections? (multipart post)

Clinton Curtis Warns AZ. Senate Voting Machines Can Be Hacked and Flip Votes

Original video. As part of the testimony of Clint Curtis, two clips were played that are VERY DAMNING INDICMENTS OF VOTING MACHINES. Then Clint drives a few more nails into the coffin. Note the questions/challenges from people who obviously do not have a clue as to what they are talking about, they repeat lies (air-gaped, AZ election officials are experts in computers, etc.) and seem to have been sleeping during the presentation. THOSE PEOPLE are the ones who have been keeping the Legislature from getting rid of the machines and securing our elections. I can not comprehend why those people REFUSE to educate themselves in order to save our country. BTW, wearing a face dipper to stop CoVid-19 is comparable to trying to stop mosquitoes with a chain link fence. Now that you know what is preventing secure elections, I pray that you let these people know what you think of them and DEMAND results!!!

In addition to this, please see “Save My Freedom Movement” and ‘Clips from “Rise of Truth – Demise of Machines” Summit‘ for much more details on how they did it.

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Clinton Curtis on His Warning to the Arizona Senate About Voting Machines

Original video. The following video is part of “The Lindell Report” from Mon 2/13/23. The clip posted Tue 2/14 above had the video of the first part of Clint Curtis’ testimony to the AZ Senate. I watched the entire hearing 2/14 and posted the above clip when it was available. Quotes: “The Democrats are missing an opportunity to fix the very thing they have been complaining about for 20 years.”

By The Lindell Report, 13 February, 2023

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JUST IN: Arizona Senate Elections Committee Passes Resolution To Ban Foreign Voting Machines and Require Source Code, Ballot Images, Chain of Custody Documents, and Log Files To Be Made Public

Original article.

By Jordan Conradson
Published February 14, 2023 at 12:35 pm 482 Comments

The Arizona Senate Elections Committee yesterday passed a Senate Concurrent Resolution setting official requirements for the use of electronic voting machines in the state.

As The Gateway Pundit reported, the Elections Committee heard bombshell testimony in the “Elections Mechanics, Part 3″ presentation and voted on a number of election integrity bills.

State Senators stayed in committee from 2 pm until 9 pm on Monday to consider these critical agenda items.

The strike everything amendment to State Senator Anthony Kern’s SCR1037 set official requirements for the voting machines to require all levels of production to occur in the United States, making source code available to the public, and requiring the Secretary of State to post ballot images, chain of custody documents, and log files on their website within 24 hours after polls close.

The proposed amendment by Senator Sonny Borrelli passed with five Republicans for and three Democrats against.

It states:

Page 1, strike everything after the resolving clause and insert:

“That no voting system or component or subcomponent of a voting system or component, including firmware software or hardware, assemblies and subassemblies with integrated circuits or on which any firmware or software operates, may be used or purchased as the primary method for casting, recording and tabulating ballots used in any election held in this state for federal office unless:

1. All components have been designed, manufactured, integrated and assembled in the United States from trusted suppliers, using trusted processes accredited by the Defense Microelectronics Activity as prescribed by the United States Department of Defense; and

2. The source code used in any computerized voting machine for federal elections is made available to the public; and

3. The ballot images and system log files from each tabulator are recorded on a secure write-once, read-many media with clear chain of custody and posted on the Secretary of State’s website free of charge to the public within twenty-four hours after the close of the polls; and

4. The legislature transmits this resolution to the secretary of state.”

Read the full amendment here.

Elections Committee Chairwoman Wendy Rogers tweeted the resolution’s passage and highlighted that this resolution will go directly to the Secretary of State, bypassing the Governor’s office.

If the Secretary of State does not comply with this order, the Legislature can and likely will sue.

The US Constitution gives State Legislatures plenary authority to oversee elections. Senator Rogers says the Legislature does not need approval from the Governor for this law to take effect.

The Gateway Pundit will provide updates on this bill.

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