If we get back to November 2020, we will find the testimony of Jan Bryant in front of the Arizona legislature. She was the witness of the Maricopa County election.
She’s got a firm project management background. However, even she couldn’t believe what she saw in the 2020 Presidential election in Maricopa County, Arizona.
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From her testimony, we can conclude that Maricopa County officials didn’t run the election. It was the Dominion workers, John and Bruce, who did that.
Maybe Jan’s testimony is the proper explanation why Maricopa County officials don’t possess the Admins password and don’t have any access to the Dominion machines.
Only the Dominion workers have the password and access.
Moreover, from what Jan told the court, under oath, we acknowledged that even the IT staff didn’t have access and password to the voting machines. Also, she saw that Dominion workers had a laptop computer in the counting chamber.
Jan is a reliable source because she worked six days at MCTEC, owns an MBA, and has a project management background in technology.
Watch the video below from the testimony.
The Gateway Pundit provided the transcribed witness text.
Transcribed Witness Text: Janice (Jan) Bryant
Captured 06:39:30 to 06:42:25
Nov. 30th, 2020 – AZ Legislature’s Election Fraud Hearing (Hyatt Hotel)
Jan Bryant: ….and back to my opening, I wanted to tell you that I do have a pretty strong project management technology background. This is not, I would say, everybody, raves about how we’ll run and how tight this room is that we were working in. I was in the (MCTEC) tabulation center. You know the glass (wall) and the servers in a glass room. All the computers are on a single cable that you can see. None of that matters because of two things. One, the Dominion employees were the only ones that were running any of that equipment.
So I’m, I was in the tabulation center six different days. Day and night shifts. And no county employees, no IT people, no one else was touching any of the software. They (Dominion) did all the training for the adjudicators, they ran all the reports. And so I brought this up on my very first day in the room. I said this doesn’t seem right, as a person with my background. Never in a million years would I turn my company’s most important things over to someone else. And there’s only two guys (Dominion’s Bruce & John) and they had whole control of everything.
I also participated in the (2%) random ballot selection for hand audit. Picking the ballots, you know, determining which bins we were going to select. And even with that, Dominion ran the report for it (which bins to pull). So no one, I mean, they (Dominion) knew exactly what was in the hand audit boxes. That made me nervous also. And they also knew when we pulled the last box, which was probably eight days before they quit counting ballots. As a senior manager over big projects, never in a million years would I have allowed some of the stuff that I saw going on there.
RECAP: The exact bins to be pulled for the mandated 2% hand audit were decided by Dominion staff, using their EMS software, not randomly.
The other thing that I wanted to make sure. The final week that they were counting ballots, I came in on I think a Tuesday. When I had left the Friday before I did NOT notice there was a laptop in the room behind the (glass) wall, that “John” the Dominion employee was working on. When I came in on Tuesday and walked around where they were doing the hand entry of ballots, I noticed that laptop sitting there and John was working on it. It’s not a secure room if you’re bringing a laptop in and out of a room. Who knows what happened there. Every one of the 50 desktops that were in there had a row of USB ports on the side of it. So I get very angry when I hear some of our leader here saying “Oh, it’s secure, nothing can get in or out.”. That’s not true. I will tell you that is probably the biggest issue that I had.