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Patteeu Memorial Political Forum>Arizona Audit Update
BleedingRed 01:57 PM 07-15-2021
- 74000 ballots returned that were neve mailed,
- 15000 illegal unregisterd voters,
- 168000 bleed through ballots printed on site.
- Election systems breached and network logs and passwords stolen by dominion.
- Admin passwords across the board were the same


Margin of presidential election in AZ: 10457

Fun stuff!


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banyon 02:32 PM 07-15-2021
Originally Posted by BleedingRed:
1)Good job explaining it all away. I mean if only the people conducting the audit would have checked with the clerks office via FOI (they did)

2) Illegal is Illegal

3) Bleed through implies they did not use the paper the county said they use for ballots


P.S. I posted highlights, not everything that was disclosed today. So keep digging that whole because you're going to have to explain away alot more than that.
So 3 means their vote should be thrown away because they picked it from the wrong batch of copy paper? Is there a law or rule that says you should?
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Donger 02:33 PM 07-15-2021
Originally Posted by BleedingRed:
Hahah yes laugh away digital forensics.

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banyon 02:35 PM 07-15-2021
Originally Posted by BleedingRed:
Hahah yes laugh away digital forensics.
What does this mean was actually done "digital forensics"?

That they used a computer and looked for fraud? What did they actually DO?

Otherwise you might as well post "Internet: Serious Business"
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Donger 02:35 PM 07-15-2021
So, how many of these 74,000 ballots voted for Trump and how many voted for Biden?
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banyon 02:37 PM 07-15-2021
Originally Posted by banyon:
what time zone? They are talking about an environmental bill RN
For anyone wanting to watch that, starts about 3 hours into the video linked.
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Baby Lee 02:38 PM 07-15-2021
Originally Posted by Detoxing:
Considering this audit is heavily bias and geared towards skewing their findings towards proving fraud than actually reporting facts, yes, it deserves quite a bit of scrutiny. We'll need to see the evidence and how "Cyber Ninjas" came to their conclusions.

Ya'll favor this "audit" because it fits your world view.
Gosh, wonder if the election itself merited 'scrutiny.'

:-) :-)
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Ninerfan11 02:38 PM 07-15-2021
stolen. Move on, anyone with moderate iq knows it. Doesn't mean anything, too late.
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BucEyedPea 02:38 PM 07-15-2021
Originally Posted by Eureka:
All those invalid votes were obviously already counted for Trump.

Building back better, open boarders, and high gas prices. Merica!
And capital gains taxes on appreciated value whether you pocketed it from a sale; vaccine visits at your door, capitol police used as a central stasi, uninvestigated vaccine deaths, state censorship of speech through the use of proxies and loads more fun stuff under Build Back Better.
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Donger 02:39 PM 07-15-2021
https://news.yahoo.com/judge-rejects...200800932.html

A judge rejected the Arizona Senate's motion to dismiss a lawsuit seeking the disclosure of records related to its 2020 election audit in Maricopa County.

American Oversight, a left-leaning watchdog group, filed the lawsuit seeking to force compliance with Arizona's Public Records Law. But attorneys for the GOP-led Arizona Senate argued that the various documents and donor information sought in the case are not subject to public disclosure rules because they are held by Cyber Ninjas, a private firm based in Florida, and its subcontractors.

Maricopa County Superior Court Judge Michael Kemp said in his ruling on Thursday, which preceded an Arizona Senate hearing on the audit's progress, that he "completely rejects" the arguments presented by the defendants' attorneys.

"Nothing in the statute absolves Senate defendants' responsibilities to keep and maintain records for authorities supported by public monies by merely retaining a third-party contractor who in turns hires subvendors," Kemp wrote.

ARIZONA JUDGE PRESSES FOR DISCLOSURE OF DONORS FUNDING MARICOPA ELECTION AUDIT

The judge said that allowing documents related to the audit to remain undisclosed "would be an absurd result and undermine Arizona's strong public policy in favor of permitting access to records reflecting governmental activity."

So far, the Arizona Senate has disclosed that it agreed to pay Cyber Ninjas $150,000 for a portion of the audit's cost. The rest has been raised by donors. OANN anchor Christina Bobb is helping to raise funds through a nonprofit group, Voices and Votes, while covering the review as a reporter.

Kemp argued it is irrelevant if the Arizona Senate does not have audit information that is in the hands of Cyber Ninjas, saying they must demand those records from the private firm he said is "contractually obligated ... to fully cooperate with the Senate by providing the information or documents."

The judge said the audit information is covered under Arizona's public records law because Arizona Senate President Karen Fann has stated that the audit is a public function.

Kemp also rejected the Arizona Senate’s motion to consolidate American Oversight’s lawsuit with another public records lawsuit brought by the Arizona Republic.

"Starting now, the Arizona Senate is going to have to face real, public accountability," said Austin Evers, American Oversight’s executive director. "For months, the public has been asked to trust the word of senators about the sham audit of the 2020 election. Arizona law does not allow the Senate to outsource democracy and shroud it in secrecy. This ruling makes clear that the Senate must immediately begin releasing records to the public."

The Arizona Senate's defense team is "considering appellate options, but no determinations have been made yet," attorney Kory Langhofer told the Washington Examiner.

Critics of the audit say that the results from two previous election machine audits conducted for the Maricopa County Board of Supervisors showed no irregularities in the county's 2020 election. The mostly Republican Maricopa County Board of Supervisors and Democratic Secretary of State Katie Hobbs have raised repeated concerns about the audit.

President Joe Biden won Arizona by more than 10,000 votes out of more than 3.3 million that were cast across the state. His lead of roughly 2 percentage points was due partly to his advantage in Maricopa County, where the Democrat scored nearly 45,000 more votes than former President Donald Trump.
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AdolfOliverBush 02:41 PM 07-15-2021
Originally Posted by Ninerfan11:
stolen. Move on, anyone with moderate iq knows it. Doesn't mean anything, too late.
Too bad those with "superior IQs" can't produce a single piece of evidence.
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BucEyedPea 02:41 PM 07-15-2021
Originally Posted by Ninerfan11:
stolen. Move on, anyone with moderate iq knows it. Doesn't mean anything, too late.
Move on provide it is fixed so it "never again" happens.

I do think they are able to recall Senator Kelly because the Democrats did that during the mid-terms after ballot harvesting was used to overturn those.
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BleedingRed 02:41 PM 07-15-2021
lmao

I'm not going to educate you on what digital forensics means. And why it cant be faked or manipulated easily.
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AdolfOliverBush 02:42 PM 07-15-2021
Originally Posted by BucEyedPea:
Move on provide it is fixed so it "never again" happens.
But first, prove it happened in the first place.
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BleedingRed 02:42 PM 07-15-2021
Originally Posted by AdolfOliverBush:
Too bad those with "superior IQs" can't produce a single piece of evidence.
Plenty of evidence has been provided.... Literally just was.

You're not this dense, and it isn't a hill for you to die on.
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AdolfOliverBush 02:43 PM 07-15-2021
Originally Posted by BleedingRed:
I'm not going to educate you on what digital forensics means.
No shit. :-)

I'll bet you won't be teaching us any nuclear physics either.
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