Slowly but surely everyone, slowly but surely.
It feels good to be vindicated, and it’s looking like the truth is slowly coming out about the election fraud that occurred in 2020.
We were told these were the “most secure elections in history”, but the more the auditors look the more discrepancies and troubling evidence is found.
Evidence like the bombshell findings of Matt DePerno which he says could have allowed anyone to retroactively change election results and get away with it.
After we have been told by the Maricopa County Board over and over that nothing was deleted we now have multiple sources saying that files appear to be deleted.
Forensic analysts and cyber security experts have been reportedly leaning in that direction—the idea that there are deleted files is becoming more and more accepted by more experts.
Some of these experts are trying to downplay it of course, and say that the files deleted were unimportant, but we have all heard stuff like that before.
The fact of the matter is a lot of very irregular things happened during the last election, and by “very irregular” I am simply trying to be polite—the whole thing was a giant mess.
Take a look:
Left Wing CNN reported:
Fann's letter detailing several charges of election irregularities included a screen shot which Fann claimed was evidence of deleted election files.
That screenshot was also shared by the official Twitter account for the Arizona Senate's audit, which Senate Liaison Ken Bennett walked back Friday, noting that the page is being run by volunteers. Bennett told a reporter, "The tweet could have been worded differently but I thought it was correct that there was deleted files. We didn't say there was anything malicious. Maybe it was deleted because it was a duplicate of something that was elsewhere."
Matt Masterson, an elections cybersecurity official who served under both the Obama and Trump administrations, supported that theory, telling CNN the screenshot looked like it was a duplicate of one of the two post-election "Logic and Accuracy" tests run by the county.
When pressed on the fact that the audit account tweeted out that "This is spoliation of evidence!" and asked how the information could be corrected, Bennett said "We tweet out that there is an explanation and there is no spoliation of evidence at all."
The Daily Wire didn't hesitate to highlight the story:
As The Daily Wire highlighted, the Biden Department of Justice (DOJ) recently attempted to stop the election auditing efforts, sending a letter to the president of the Arizona State Senate suggesting the recount is illegal.
The Washington Post reported that the DOJ letter raises “the possibility of a clash between state and federal authorities over the audit.”
Penned by Pamela S. Karlan, who heads the DOJ’s civil rights division, the letter suggests “that the recount of nearly 2.1 million ballots in Maricopa County by a private contractor may not comply with federal law, which requires that ballots be securely maintained for 22 months following a federal election,” the Post noted.
“We have a concern that Maricopa County election records, which are required by federal law to be retained and preserved, are no longer under the ultimate control of elections officials, are not being adequately safeguarded by contractors, and are at risk of damage or loss,” wrote Karlan.