Maricopa County Arizona Audit Over 17K Duplicate Ballots, Counterfeit Ballots, 23K of People Who Moved Away, More! Election Servers Over a Million Deleted Files Up to Day Before Audit: Were Connected To Internet! More!

Today’s Election audit results in Maricopa County Arizona were breathtaking. It is no surprise that Democrat’s did everything they could to not comply with the law. There is little doubt that the results should result in criminal prosecutions. 

[Editor’s Note – This is Phase II of the audit. Phase I was completed July 15 and can be found HERE. Phase III of the audit will come as many of the ballots (provisional and undeliverable), and routers were not provided by Maricopa County and should re released now that the county has relented.] 

Keep in mind what you are about to see is on one Democrat controlled county. 

17,322 duplicate ballots were counted. 

25% of the duplicates came in AFTER November 4th.

Ballots with just scribbles for signatures or blank signature boxes were counted and “verified”

Fraudulent Ballots: 

Obvious computer generated counterfeit ballots. The verified stamp is supposed to be manually stamped by the elections worker after “signature verification”. As you can see these were generated with a fake stamp that was rendered by the computer below the triangle.

255,326 early votes do not have the proper database entry. 9,041 mail in ballots returned more ballots than they were sent.

23,344 mail in ballots of people who moved, 2,382 voted “in person” after they moved out of the county. 2,081 people voted after they moved out of the state.
5,047 voted in more than one county.
Election servers had not had Windows or antivirus updates in a year which made them wide open to hackers. Maricopa Democrats said that this was needed because no changes can be made to the machines after they are “certified”  –  no real certification would force a computer network to be wide open to hacks and malware – but even after that date look at the 1,500 files on the servers that were changed by someone running executables on those machines after the “certification.”

Also against the regulations, Democrats had multiple people using the same username and password on the servers and computer stations. Is it any wonder that they used force to get Republican elections lawyers and election workers out?
Election servers had two bootable drives and operating systems with the second containing non-Maricopa County data.
In violation of the law, state and court subpoenas Democrats deleted over a million election files up to the day before they were handed over for the audit. An obstruction charge is possible. 

Most of the Windows activity and security logs were deleted.
Election servers had atypical wide open IP ports (super easy to hack), atypical anonymous logins (an indication of outside hacking or access)  and check this out – Windows Remote Access and Terminal Services were turned on – you turn those on when you want to let someone run the computer from afar.
Against the rules and the claims of Maricopa Democrats who said that the election machines were not connected to the internet, remaining logs show that election servers and some client stations were accessing the internet both wired and wirelessly.

Full video of the results hearing in front of the Arizona Senate:

[Editor’s Note – In the presentation the duplicate ballots Doug Logan refers to are damaged ballots that could not be scanned so they had to be hand duplicated.

In these ballots Maricopa County was only off by 360 ballots which was within the margin of error resulting in Trump getting 261 less votes and Biden getting 99 more.

This is NOT The 17,233 undamaged ballots that were duplicated and scanned 2-4 times each in the system found by Dr. Shiva Ayyadurai. Those spreading disinformation are deliberately concealing that important distinction.]

11 thoughts on “Maricopa County Arizona Audit Over 17K Duplicate Ballots, Counterfeit Ballots, 23K of People Who Moved Away, More! Election Servers Over a Million Deleted Files Up to Day Before Audit: Were Connected To Internet! More!”

  1. The federal government threatened to prosecute anyone in the AZ state government who wanted to physically checked suspected illegal ballots by actually going to the address. The Biden Admin said that was “doxxing” – so instead a private group did it.

  2. Here is a short list of the anomalies found in the Maricopa AZ Election Audit: https://youtu.be/sAAu6O33rNE

    17,322 duplicate ballots were counted.

    25% of the duplicates came in AFTER November 4th.

    Ballots with just scribbles for signatures or blank signature boxes were counted and “verified”

    There were obvious computer generated counterfeit ballots.

    255,326 early votes do not have the proper database entry.

    9,041 mail in ballots returned more ballots than they were sent.

    23,344 mail in ballots of people who moved, 2,382 voted “in person” after they moved out of the county. 2,081 people voted after they moved out of the state.

    5,047 voted in more than one county.

    Election servers had not had Windows or antivirus updates in a year which made them wide open to hackers.

    Democrats had multiple people using the same username and password on the servers and computer stations.

    Election servers had two bootable drives and operating systems with the second containing non-Maricopa County data.

    In violation of the law, state and court subpoenas, Democrats deleted over a million election files up to the day before they were handed over for the audit.

    Most of the Windows activity and security logs were deleted.

    Election servers had atypical wide open IP ports (super easy to hack), atypical anonymous logins (an indication of outside hacking or access) and check this out – Windows Remote Access and Terminal Services were turned on – you turn those on when you want to let someone run the computer from afar.

    Election servers and some client stations were accessing the internet both wired and wirelessly – they weren’t supposed to.

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