State and officials say that these allegations are fake and not supported.
Pennsylvania officials have been recorded trying to recreate data that went missing from the 2020 election. One whistleblower, a contract employee for Delaware County, Regina Miller, secretly recorded the officials after she saw them acting.
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The video shows an official bragging that the local district attorney owes him after the fraudulent reproductive work he had done.
The lawsuit from the last month, filed against the county and elected officials for their alleged violation of state laws, was based on this recording. In the lawsuit, it is said that the election data was destroyed in May after the Right to Know Request was filed in the county, “requested the final certified return sheets from the Nov. 3, 2020, general election for all Delaware County precincts, as well as the tapes from the voting machines.’’
We have previously reported on the videos recorded by an unnamed whistleblower that showed the election officials destroying evidence.
Now we can see two officials talking about blank V-drives. Take a look at the video below.
One official shared a way to recreate the data for ‘’these jokers’’ and ‘’ then create another set for the next set of jokers.” He suggests, “We cut it up, and then we create a permanent record. We scan those cut, copied sheets in.”
“The first part has a lot of work,” Savage responds, “but it might save us work in the long run if it’s gonna be a drip, drip, drip,”
Savage asked if the approach would be going to every machine and put a blank V-drive, to which the rest of the officials agreed.
Delaware County election operations can be heard in another video telling Savage, “Then get rid of the pads and the second scanners.”
Savage told Allen that they can’t talk about that anymore because it represents a felony, and he “encouraged a private conversation to continue the conversation of the removal of the pads and scanners due to other Delaware County employees and [contract employee] Regina Miller [being present].”
However, Delaware County District Attorney Jack Stollsteimer stated, “there are no allegations any elections were stolen, and there is no legitimacy to any allegation the election in Delaware County was tainted.”
Delaware County Executive Director Howard Lazarus stated that the investigation was still open, “it’s the district attorney’s job to investigate complaints. We are confident that in the end, the allegations will be proven to be fabricated and wholly without merit and that our systems are worthy of your trust.”