I honestly cannot believe this smoking gun.
Evidence was deleted mere days ahead of handing over machines and voting materials to the audit, and now the people responsible for that data are refusing to hand over the passwords to get to it.
Passwords that would clear their names of any wrongdoing should they be innocent.
Many people have likened this to Hillary Clinton deleting over 30,000 emails, and they’re not wrong.
I have used the analogy of being in court and knowingly admitting to destroying evidence and refusing to provide any sort of remedy to the situation before when I covered the deleted data.
We as Conservatives strongly believe that the 2020 election was stolen, and we are consistently told by the MSM and Democrats that there was no evidence of voter fraud.
Yet when any of us comb through various reports we find mountains of discrepancies, and things that just don’t sit right.
A good rule of thumb is to always trust your instincts; trust your gut, your mind, and the evidence that you see.
If something appears to be a blatant lie or a coverup to you, then it more than likely is. After all, look who we are dealing with here? Not exactly a group of people known for their honesty.
Here are the latest developments:
The Epoch Times reported:
Dominion Voting Systems and Maricopa County officials are refusing to hand over passwords for election machines to auditors in Arizona.
Dominion said in a statement to news outlets on Thursday that it would comply with the audit, but Cyber Ninjas, the firm hired by the Arizona Senate to conduct it along with three other companies, is not accredited by the U.S. Election Assistance Commission.
“Releasing Dominion’s intellectual property to an unaccredited, biased, and plainly unreliable actor such as Cyber Ninjas would be reckless, causing irreparable damage to the commercial interests of the company and the election security interests of the country,” Dominion said. “No company should be compelled to participate in such an irresponsible act.”
Cyber Ninjas did not respond to a request for comment.
Maricopa County officials previously said that they did not have passwords to access administrative functions on Dominion Voting Systems machines that were used to scan ballots during the election, according to the Senate’s audit liaison, former Republican Secretary of State Ken Bennett.
“They’ve told us that they don’t have that second password, or that they’ve given us all the passwords they have,” Bennett told One America News at the site of the audit in Phoenix last week.
The Gateway Pundit had more:
System administrators are individuals who have access to the systems at their highest levels. These individuals are able to perform all sorts of duties. They are able to perform most all the functions and changes in a system. They have complete and total control and can even delete or alter system logs.
The fact that the County does not have system administrators who have administrative access to the Dominion voting machines is a big concern. By allowing Dominion to have the administration access only, the County has basically turned over the system to the Dominion voting machine system people. There is no IT control here because that’s been ceded to Dominion.
By the way, in general, most frauds that include IT-related processes have at least one IT person involved in the fraud.