Audit Organizer Says Hundreds of Thousands of Ballots MISSING In Arizona, Boxes Full of Blank Ballots

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from the article..someone wise above said this essentially...

Experts say to pull off stealing a presidential election would require large numbers of people willing to risk prosecution, prison time and fines working in concert with election officials from both parties who are willing to look the other way. And everyone somehow would keep quiet about the whole affair.
 

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from the article..someone wise above said this essentially...

Experts say to pull off stealing a presidential election would require large numbers of people willing to risk prosecution, prison time and fines working in concert with election officials from both parties who are willing to look the other way. And everyone somehow would keep quiet about the whole affair.
No it wouldn't.

It required election supervisors and a few assistants in 6 Democrat counties being willing to use Dominion machines that were set up to allow the supervisor to speak for the will of the voter on every adjudicated ballot. There was 400 million in Zuckerberg money spread around to make it easy to do this and perhaps allow these same supervisors to get a little something for their trouble.

As we have seen and as Democrat lawyers knew, once the mechanism was put in place the courts are not set up nor do they have the will to step in after the election. We can see that it is extremely difficult to put humpty dumpty back on the wall legally, once the cheating begins.
The MSM was never going to help reveal it.

We saw it in full view in Fulton County where the 11pm pipe break which turned out to be fake- cleared the building except for 4-5 operators who then pulled out cases of ballots from under tables and tallied votes for hours with no opposition watchers. You just cannot deny that. It happened. Just in Fulton County if I recall correctly there were well over 100,000 adjudicated votes run through the machines. The original ballot was destroyed and replaced with a new one that "perfected" the ballots, printed by the machines. There are training videos by Dominion showing how to do it and if the vote is "uncertain" the supervisor can decide.

It took FAR less people to steal this election than it took to coordinate the Russiagate hit on Trump. It took far less people than it takes for the media to daily coordinate Biden administration propaganda. How do you get all of those people to lie on a daily basis? Money, political bias and pressure. There were many people out there in 2020 that thought it would be a heroic act and would do ANYTHING to stop the evil orange man. So they did.
 

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How many ballots can fit in a suitcase? What is the throughput of the voting machine per hour?
 

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You won't. You are drunk on dishonesty. A 12 step program wouldn't even get started for you.
Your level of delusion and dishonesty on this subject has been truly astounding. I hope you eventually seek help.
 



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Your level of delusion and dishonesty on this subject has been truly astounding. I hope you eventually seek help.
Just trolling for kicks.

Troll him back.

Don't give him honest discussion. Unless that's entertaining for you. Then by all means. I'll continue trolling him, on my end, and making him look like a fool.
 


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Just trolling for kicks.

Troll him back.

Don't give him honest discussion. Unless that's entertaining for you. Then by all means. I'll continue trolling him, on my end, and making him look like a fool.
CRG might be trolling. Beeg truly believes his delusions. It's scary. And sad.
 




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from the article..someone wise above said this essentially...

Experts say to pull off stealing a presidential election would require large numbers of people willing to risk prosecution, prison time and fines working in concert with election officials from both parties who are willing to look the other way. And everyone somehow would keep quiet about the whole affair.
Sounds very wise! :)
 

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No it wouldn't.

It required election supervisors and a few assistants in 6 Democrat counties being willing to use Dominion machines that were set up to allow the supervisor to speak for the will of the voter on every adjudicated ballot. There was 400 million in Zuckerberg money spread around to make it easy to do this and perhaps allow these same supervisors to get a little something for their trouble.

As we have seen and as Democrat lawyers knew, once the mechanism was put in place the courts are not set up nor do they have the will to step in after the election. We can see that it is extremely difficult to put humpty dumpty back on the wall legally, once the cheating begins.
The MSM was never going to help reveal it.

We saw it in full view in Fulton County where the 11pm pipe break which turned out to be fake- cleared the building except for 4-5 operators who then pulled out cases of ballots from under tables and tallied votes for hours with no opposition watchers. You just cannot deny that. It happened. Just in Fulton County if I recall correctly there were well over 100,000 adjudicated votes run through the machines. The original ballot was destroyed and replaced with a new one that "perfected" the ballots, printed by the machines. There are training videos by Dominion showing how to do it and if the vote is "uncertain" the supervisor can decide.

It took FAR less people to steal this election than it took to coordinate the Russiagate hit on Trump. It took far less people than it takes for the media to daily coordinate Biden administration propaganda. How do you get all of those people to lie on a daily basis? Money, political bias and pressure. There were many people out there in 2020 that thought it would be a heroic act and would do ANYTHING to stop the evil orange man. So they did.
Now use that same logic to explain the Resurrection. 😇
 


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from the article..someone wise above said this essentially...

Experts say to pull off stealing a presidential election would require large numbers of people willing to risk prosecution, prison time and fines working in concert with election officials from both parties who are willing to look the other way. And everyone somehow would keep quiet about the whole affair.
FTR, I used the same argument about the idea that the DHHS "was obviously going to doctor the COVID data" last year. It wasn't received nearly as well by some tho 🤷‍♂️
 



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How many ballots can fit in a suitcase? What is the throughput of the voting machine per hour?
I have led you to water before. You never drink it, no matter how pure it is. This information is old and Google has buried it for the most part. We still really don't know how many Fulton County ballots were adjudicated- we only have opinions on that- no solid auditable records. With the Dominion machines you can adjudicate the individual ballots and replace them at the supervisor level, but the can also edit the batch tallies as long as you have ballots ready to sub in. What was in the cases? Were those cases loaded with previously filled out ballots? Quite possible. We don't know because it was done so shoddily. There are two sides to the story as you will see from the article. That should never be the case in an election like this.

I found this article:
Justin Mealey, a data scientist with the Data Integrity Group, told The Epoch Times on Jan. 5 that adjudication of 106,000 ballots on the election day in Fulton County, Georgia, is “physically not possible.”


Mealey worked in the U.S. Navy for 9 and a half years and was a former CIA contractor as a data analyst and programmer for the National Counterterrorism Center. He currently works for one of the “big four” accounting firms as a programmer.

Adjudication serves to resolve issues of voters marking ballots incorrectly, and the tabulating machine could not read it. A review panel will check the ballot, determine the voter’s “intent” and canvass it as such.

Richard Barron, director of elections of Fulton County, Georgia, said in a press conference on the evening of Nov. 4 that his team had already adjudicated 106,000 ballots out of 113,130 ballots scanned that day, and “those results are already posted.”

“When we talk to people who were adjudicators, we asked, what’s the fastest [time] you can adjudicate a ballot?” Mealey said in the interview with The Epoch Times’ “American Thought Leaders.” “It’s about 30 seconds. It’s about the fastest you can adjudicate a ballot.”

“Then that’s basically two [ballots] per minute. And you’re saying 106,000. I think that’s like, you know, 53,000 ballots come out to about 883 man-hours to do that.”


“It’s physically impossible to adjudicate that many ballots one by one. Because they could have started their adjudication on November 3, and they would maybe get through about 58,000—today. So how could you do 106,000?” Mealey continued given the amount of time and the number of teams working on it.

“The adjudication process as allowed by Georgia law and election regulations provides for a bipartisan citizen panel to review any ballot within a batch that is flagged by the scanning software as not being clear about the voter’s intent,” said Fulton County spokeswoman Jessica Corbitt, in a statement previously emailed to The Epoch Times.

She indicated that the number cited by Barron referred to a total number of ballots in batches that went to adjudication, but not every ballot in each batch was adjudicated.

Lynda McLaughlin, a member of the Data Integrity Group, pointed out another concern with Georgia’s adjudication process during the interview with “American Thought Leaders.”

“If you put a ballot in and it’s adjudicated, that original ballot with the voter’s original intent is gone,” Lynda said. “So now there’s a new ballot that you have that can be printed, and then they keep that as their record.”

“But that’s not how the voter voted. That’s how the adjudicator determined voter intent.”

Lynda indicated that’s why the results of the two recounts in Georgia could add up.


“There’re no audit logs. There’re no login credentials. The machine is already logged on. They don’t even have to log in. You don’t even know who made the change. There’s no tracking. This is our most important civic duty. And we have absolutely no receipt or record of what we’ve done,” Lynda added.

Lynda also pointed out that for the Jan. 5 run-off elections for U.S. Senate, Georgia “made zero changes to the way that they did the general election.”

The Data Integrity Group is a group of data scientists and machine learning experts analyzing the public data of the general election. The group discovered from the Georgia election data that more than 30,000 votes were removed from President Donald Trump, and another 12,173 votes were switched to President-elect Joe Biden.

The group testified about the results during the Georgia Senate Judiciary Subcommittee hearing on Dec. 30.

“We have no comment on speculation by the Data Integrity Group, which appears to be based on an erroneous understanding of the absentee ballot process. We stand by our comments, and we retain all ballot information in compliance by law,” Regina Waller, a spokesperson from Fulton County, told The Epoch Times in an email.
 

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Humans can't keep quiet. They always talk. Unless they've been murdered.

That alone kills off 99.9% of these sham grifts of bunk hypotheses. Certainly, including this one.
 

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I can't believe The Fellas haven't bailed poor CRG out of jail yet....
I miss him too, Howeda.

I believe it was a snowflake lefty who got his feelings hurt and ran to the mods. I think he posted right above me.
 


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The AP reviewed? For reals bro?
It is unbelievable that these saps still actually blindly trust these truly corrupt media lords that have suckered them for years with propaganda. They get found out, it gets shoved under the rug and they believe them again. They are "fact checkers" for heaven's sake, we HAVE TO believe them. :)
 

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from the article..someone wise above said this essentially...

Experts say to pull off stealing a presidential election would require large numbers of people willing to risk prosecution, prison time and fines working in concert with election officials from both parties who are willing to look the other way. And everyone somehow would keep quiet about the whole affair.
Spoofin, MplsGopher and howeda7

oops
 

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I have led you to water before. You never drink it, no matter how pure it is. This information is old and Google has buried it for the most part. We still really don't know how many Fulton County ballots were adjudicated- we only have opinions on that- no solid auditable records. With the Dominion machines you can adjudicate the individual ballots and replace them at the supervisor level, but the can also edit the batch tallies as long as you have ballots ready to sub in. What was in the cases? Were those cases loaded with previously filled out ballots? Quite possible. We don't know because it was done so shoddily. There are two sides to the story as you will see from the article. That should never be the case in an election like this.

I found this article:
Justin Mealey, a data scientist with the Data Integrity Group, told The Epoch Times on Jan. 5 that adjudication of 106,000 ballots on the election day in Fulton County, Georgia, is “physically not possible.”


Mealey worked in the U.S. Navy for 9 and a half years and was a former CIA contractor as a data analyst and programmer for the National Counterterrorism Center. He currently works for one of the “big four” accounting firms as a programmer.

Adjudication serves to resolve issues of voters marking ballots incorrectly, and the tabulating machine could not read it. A review panel will check the ballot, determine the voter’s “intent” and canvass it as such.

Richard Barron, director of elections of Fulton County, Georgia, said in a press conference on the evening of Nov. 4 that his team had already adjudicated 106,000 ballots out of 113,130 ballots scanned that day, and “those results are already posted.”

“When we talk to people who were adjudicators, we asked, what’s the fastest [time] you can adjudicate a ballot?” Mealey said in the interview with The Epoch Times’ “American Thought Leaders.” “It’s about 30 seconds. It’s about the fastest you can adjudicate a ballot.”

“Then that’s basically two [ballots] per minute. And you’re saying 106,000. I think that’s like, you know, 53,000 ballots come out to about 883 man-hours to do that.”


“It’s physically impossible to adjudicate that many ballots one by one. Because they could have started their adjudication on November 3, and they would maybe get through about 58,000—today. So how could you do 106,000?” Mealey continued given the amount of time and the number of teams working on it.

“The adjudication process as allowed by Georgia law and election regulations provides for a bipartisan citizen panel to review any ballot within a batch that is flagged by the scanning software as not being clear about the voter’s intent,” said Fulton County spokeswoman Jessica Corbitt, in a statement previously emailed to The Epoch Times.

She indicated that the number cited by Barron referred to a total number of ballots in batches that went to adjudication, but not every ballot in each batch was adjudicated.

Lynda McLaughlin, a member of the Data Integrity Group, pointed out another concern with Georgia’s adjudication process during the interview with “American Thought Leaders.”

“If you put a ballot in and it’s adjudicated, that original ballot with the voter’s original intent is gone,” Lynda said. “So now there’s a new ballot that you have that can be printed, and then they keep that as their record.”

“But that’s not how the voter voted. That’s how the adjudicator determined voter intent.”

Lynda indicated that’s why the results of the two recounts in Georgia could add up.


“There’re no audit logs. There’re no login credentials. The machine is already logged on. They don’t even have to log in. You don’t even know who made the change. There’s no tracking. This is our most important civic duty. And we have absolutely no receipt or record of what we’ve done,” Lynda added.

Lynda also pointed out that for the Jan. 5 run-off elections for U.S. Senate, Georgia “made zero changes to the way that they did the general election.”

The Data Integrity Group is a group of data scientists and machine learning experts analyzing the public data of the general election. The group discovered from the Georgia election data that more than 30,000 votes were removed from President Donald Trump, and another 12,173 votes were switched to President-elect Joe Biden.

The group testified about the results during the Georgia Senate Judiciary Subcommittee hearing on Dec. 30.

“We have no comment on speculation by the Data Integrity Group, which appears to be based on an erroneous understanding of the absentee ballot process. We stand by our comments, and we retain all ballot information in compliance by law,” Regina Waller, a spokesperson from Fulton County, told The Epoch Times in an email.
The Epoch Times. You have no shame.
 

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More than a year after Donald Trump lost the presidency, election officials across the country are facing a growing barrage of claims that the vote was not secure and demands to investigate or decertify the outcome, efforts that are eating up hundreds of hours of government time and spreading distrust in elections.

The ongoing attack on the vote is being driven in part by well-funded Trump associates, who have gained audiences with top state officials and are pushing to inspect protected machines and urging them to conduct audits or sign on to a lawsuit seeking to overturn the 2020 results. And the campaign is being bolstered by grass-roots energy, as local residents who have absorbed baseless allegations of ballot fraud are now forcing election administrators to address the false claims.

The fallout has spread from the six states where Trump sought to overturn the outcome in 2020 to deep-red places such as Idaho, where officials recently hand-recounted ballots in three counties to refute claims of vote-flipping, and Oklahoma, where state officials commissioned an investigation to counter allegations that voting machines were hacked.

State and local officials said no one has presented actual evidence that rampant fraud tainted the 2020 election, and numerous ballot reviews and legal proceedings have affirmed that the vote was secure. Yet they and their staffs have been forced into a high-stakes game of whack-a-mole, debunking a steady stream of false allegations only to see similar claims emerge again from other groups or in another states.

The onslaught is exhausting and troubling, officials said, as they launch preparations for the 2022 midterm elections - and is further eroding faith in the nation's voting systems.

"If we want to continue to provide safe, secure and accessible elections, constantly running down absurd conspiracy theories is not sustainable," said Patrick Gannon, a spokesman for the North Carolina State Board of Elections. "For many election workers, this has become a full-time job."


Among those leading the efforts against the 2020 presidential election are MyPillow founder Mike Lindell — who said in an interview this week that he has spent $25 million promoting claims of election fraud — and one of his associates, Douglas Frank, a longtime math and science teacher in Ohio who claims to have discovered secret algorithms used to rig the 2020 election.

Throughout the year, the two men have been pressing their case with state and local election officials around the country and gaining meetings with many of them, according to people familiar with their
In Ohio, Frank met for more than two hours in May with the senior staff of Ohio Secretary of State Frank LaRose, a Republican, presenting unsubstantiated claims that voting machines are connected to the Internet and have been hacked, according to a recording of the meeting obtained by The Washington Post. Frank warned that he planned to pursue multiple legal actions around the country and said there could be consequences if LaRose's office did not cooperate.

"I'm warning you that I've been going around the country. We're starting lawsuits everywhere," Frank said, according to the recording. "And I want you guys to be allies, not opponents. I want to be on your team, and I'm warning you."

After the meeting, LaRose posted a video on Facebook reiterating that under state law, no voting machines are connected to any network.

The doubts that Lindell, Frank and other Trump allies have whipped up about the vote have taken root

In North Carolina this fall, local activists and at least two Republican lawmakers sent the State Board of Elections allegations, including an outlandish claim that all 100 county election systems were hacked in 2020 and thousands of votes for Trump switched to Joe Biden. Election staffers and the state's cybersecurity team compiled dozens of pages of responses disproving the charges, one at a time.


And in Marion County, Fla., this fall, some local residents conducted their own canvass of 2020 voters and presented their findings to election officials, claiming that many who cast ballots were "ghost" voters who didn't actually live at the addresses listed on their registrations.

As in other instances, their claims were debunked. Wesley Wilcox, the Marion County elections supervisor and a Republican, said the activists made the "absurd" claim that the number of voters who were registered but did not cast ballots in 2020 was evidence of fraud. He noted that the objectors did not provide the name of a single voter who was improperly registered at the time of last year's election.

"They're trying to prove voter fraud off of nonexistent issues," Wilcox said.

Even as election officials rebut the growing conspiracy theories, the demands from some of those pushing false claims are escalating - and their rhetoric is becoming more extreme.

On social media, Frank recently began calling for prison or "firing squads" for those found guilty of "treason," stating in one post that "history will not look kindly on state officials who turned a blind eye to the massive election fraud that took place in 2020." On Saturday, he wrote that Michigan Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson, a Democrat who has refused to entertain his claims, should face a jury "capable of dispensing capital punishment."

In an interview this week, Benson said she views the latest escalation as an assault on democracy. She said she intends to spend next year fighting back, and urging Americans to do the same.

Benson called the pressure on election officials "a political strategy to break down our democracy and put people in charge of our states who are unaccountable and will act in a way that doesn't reflect the will of the people."


Asked Tuesday about his comments, Frank said that after he and others who share his view about 2020 "win the war," election officials such as Benson should face trial — adding that federal law calls for traitors to be subject to capital punishment.

"After the Nuremberg trials, there were hangings and firing squads," Frank wrote in an email, referring to the military tribunals that tried Nazi leaders after World War II. In an interview, he added that he believes it is critical for officials to investigate elections to restore faith in their outcome: "I firmly believe they are not fair and free. I believe they are being manipulated."

Lindell previously told The Post that he has hired Frank for some projects but that he is not aware of all of his activities. In an interview this week, Lindell said he is working hard to protect democracy and prays for people who believe that he's undermining it.

"What happened in 2020 was completely the biggest crime in the history of the United States, probably the world," he told The Post. "I'm not backing down, and I hope you wouldn't, and anyone wouldn't in this country, if they knew what I knew."

Asked about the fraudulent claims and incendiary rhetoric used by his allies, Trump spokeswoman Liz Harrington said in a statement that the former president "supports any patriotic American who dedicates their time and effort to exposing the rigged 2020 Presidential Election."

 

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We already know, beyond any reasonable doubt, that Donald Trump did more damage to our democracy than any person in history. The damage is ongoing and getting worse.
 

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We already know, beyond any reasonable doubt, that Donald Trump did more damage to our bureaucratic leviathan establishment than any person in history. The damage is ongoing and getting worse.
FIFY
 

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Great article on how Wisconsin was stolen.


Democrats seem to know that they cannot win a national election without employing the same tactics that they used to win in 2020. As Nsé Ufot, CEO of the Stacey Abrams-founded New Georgia Project, said “If there isn’t a way for us to repeat what happened in November 2020, we’re f—ed.”

What happened in 2020 involved a highly coordinated and privately funded “shadow campaign” for Joe Biden that took place within the formal structure of the election system itself. Through the injection of over $419 million of Mark Zuckerberg and Priscilla Chan’s money, laundered through the Center for Technology and Civic Life (CTCL) and the Center for Election Innovation and Research (CEIR), the professional left presided over a targeted, historically unprecedented takeover of government election offices by nominally nonpartisan, but demonstrably ideological, nonprofit organizations and activists in key areas of swing states such as Arizona, Georgia, Michigan, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin.

Democrats seem to know that they cannot win a national election without employing the same tactics that they used to win in 2020. As Nsé Ufot, CEO of the Stacey Abrams-founded New Georgia Project, said “If there isn’t a way for us to repeat what happened in November 2020, we’re f—ed.”
What happened in 2020 involved a highly coordinated and privately funded “shadow campaign” for Joe Biden that took place within the formal structure of the election system itself. Through the injection of over $419 million of Mark Zuckerberg and Priscilla Chan’s money, laundered through the Center for Technology and Civic Life (CTCL) and the Center for Election Innovation and Research (CEIR), the professional left presided over a targeted, historically unprecedented takeover of government election offices by nominally nonpartisan, but demonstrably ideological, nonprofit organizations and activists in key areas of swing states such as Arizona, Georgia, Michigan, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin.

Our research shows that CTCL spending in Wisconsin generated enough votes for Joe Biden to secure him an Electoral College win there in 2020. We estimate that CTCL spending in Wisconsin purchased Joe Biden an additional 65,222votes,without which Donald Trump would have won the state by 44,540 votes.
Although CTCL and CEIR are chartered as non-partisan 501(c)(3) corporations, our research shows that the $419.5 million of CTCL and CEIR spending that took place in 2020 was highly partisan in its distribution, and highly partisan in its effects. Targeted CTCL and CEIR spending played a decisive role in building a “shadow” election system with a built-in structural bias that systematically favored Democratic votes over Republican votes.

Big CTCL and CEIR money had nothing to do with traditional campaign finance, media buys, lobbying, or other costs that are related to increasingly expensive modern elections. Rather, it had to do with financing the infiltration of election offices at the city and county level by Democrat activists and using those offices as a platform to implement preferred administrative practices, voting methods, ballot harvesting efforts, and data sharing agreements, as well as to launch intensive multi-media outreach campaigns and surgically targeted, concierge-level get-out-the-vote efforts in areas heavy with Democratic voters.

The injection of bias into select local election offices through CTCL infiltration introduced structural bias into Wisconsin’s entire 2020 election. This involved favoring certain voters and voting practices over others, and disfavoring other classes of voters and voting practices, giving CTCL’s preferred voters and voting methods an outsized impact on the final election results. The outcome of the 2020 election in Wisconsin is not the outcome that would have occurred if the election had been conducted on the basis of established election laws, equal treatment of voters, and administrative neutrality......
 




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Not a great money manager.

Therefore- no fraud!

Just a thought- any chance that Democrat lawsuits to block transparency added to their costs in a way they didn't plan? I don't know this to be true, just speculating, but even I could not have imagined that Dems would have fought so hard to avoid audits. Odd.
 

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Therefore- no fraud!

Just a thought- any chance that Democrat lawsuits to block transparency added to their costs in a way they didn't plan? I don't know this to be true, just speculating, but even I could not have imagined that Dems would have fought so hard to avoid audits. Odd.

You mean....audits based on absolutely nothing? Ones that involved turning over sensitive information to Qanon groups like the Cyber Ninjas? You think a fraudulent audit based on fake stolen election claims that ended up costing the taxpayers millions of dollars is good?

Wow.
 

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Therefore- no fraud!

Just a thought- any chance that Democrat lawsuits to block transparency added to their costs in a way they didn't plan? I don't know this to be true, just speculating, but even I could not have imagined that Dems would have fought so hard to avoid audits. Odd.
Seek help.
 




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