All the desperate things the Dems will do, obvious from afar…
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The Election Officials didn’t have passwords to the servers, but wi-fi connection to the servers, during an audit of their credibility – is opposing a threat?!
Apparently, Arizona Secretary of State, Katie Hobbs, is pushed so hard to do anything in her power to jeopardize the audit in Arizona…
“There’s no way to ensure that ballot images, vote counts, & perhaps voter data weren’t connected to external networks or the internet,” Hobbs tweeted.
🚨 Yesterday, observers from my office discovered a WiFi router connected to the "audit" servers.
There’s no way to ensure that ballot images, vote counts, & perhaps voter data weren’t connected to external networks or the internet. https://t.co/Edgjwc8HUp
— Secretary Katie Hobbs (@SecretaryHobbs) May 12, 2021
Further down, the Maricopa Arizona Audit account on Twitter explained what Hobbs was purporting to see.
No wireless was ever enabled. This was explicitly explained to the SoS observers on site. We are open to providing all passwords and access needed for a forensic investigation of the router if requested. https://t.co/xjIfd7JFlj
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— Maricopa Arizona Audit (@ArizonaAudit) May 12, 2021
This is probably political repression to the fact that during the audit, a huge mistake in the election process was stated, thus, an emergency senate session was called on Friday, to state that the election officials in Maricopa Country are obliged to provide the missing passwords to the voting machines, which they claim they ‘do not have.’
“The emergency is due to the Senate indicating that they would take action against the County and Supervisors if the County does not provide passwords it does not have, and routers that could allow access to sensitive law enforcement data, as well as protected health information and personal data of county citizens,” the statement on the Maricopa County Board of Supervisors’ website read.
The possibility that Maricopa County did not even have the passwords to the voting machines, while a private company did, would be an egregious abuse of public trust. Furthermore, the refusal to provide the routers demanded by the Arizona state senate raises even more red flags. Just the News reported on the matter on Thursday.
“Officials in Arizona’s Maricopa County are withholding materials subpoenaed by the state legislature as part of its audit of the county’s 2020 election, claiming that surrendering them would constitute a security risk for both law enforcement and federal agencies,” the report stated.