Dominion seems to be acknowledging that they were the ones who deleted database directories from voting machines in Maricopa County, Arizona, three days before they were turned over to auditors in response to an Arizona Senate subpoena.
The Maricopa County Board of Supervisors said it did not have access to the voting machines or routers used in the 2020 election.
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The voting machines provided to Maricopa County auditors were missing database directories that had been removed three days before the machines were handed over.
In Maricopa County, Dominion voting systems were used in the audit. Dominion admits to getting keys to the computers because they gave it to the Maricopa County Board of Supervisors’ auditors just a few months ago.
Is Dominion the one who removed files from the voting machines before handing them over to the Senate auditors, because it is the only agency we know of that had access to the machines? There were illegal activities.
Database directories were missing from the voting machines sent to Maricopa County auditors three days before they were handed over.
The audit in Maricopa County used Dominion voting systems. Dominion admits to getting keys to the computers after providing it to the Maricopa County Board of Supervisors’ auditors a few months ago.
Is Dominion the one who removed files from the voting machines before handing them over to the Senate auditors, since Dominion is the only entity we know of who had access to the machines? This was a felony.