Original article. If they had to delete the 2020 election files to make room for some unidentified election, then why were election files from years prior to 2020 still on the server? I promise you I did not touch the number of comments, but how appropriate!
By Jim Hoft
Published October 7, 2021 at 5:44 pm 666 Comments
The Arizona Forensic Audit Team announced during their summary report 10 days ago that they caught Maricopa County deleting subpoenaed files during their investigation.
Investigator Ben Cotton shared the IT results from the audit of the 2020 Maricopa County Election Results in Maricopa County. During his presentation, he noted that files were deleted by those involved in the election the day before the machines were to be handed over to the audit team.
This is very likely a criminal act.
Cotton noted that his team was able to identify the time stamps for when the files were deleted and altered by Maricopa County officials.
Ben Cotton: “We have captured screenshots of Maricopa County people at the keyboards during those time periods.”
The audience cheered in hearing the news!
At the 3:30 mark you can see Cotton’s remarks.
On Thursday Maricopa County officials testified before a US House committee hearing.
Rep. Andy Biggs (R-AZ) on Thursday grilled the crooked Maricopa County officials during a hearing on Capitol Hill.
Biggs asked the Maricopa Officials why they deleted 2020 election data from the Dominion election equipment after it was subpoenaed by the Arizona State Senate.
Chairman Jack Sellers: I just know that because there is limited space on these servers when you have to run another election then you have to make room for the additional election data.
It doesn’t work that way, Jack.
Where is the Attorney General with the criminal investigation into these officials?
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