State by State Election Audit Updates for July 2021
Here is an up to date list of all the election audit information currently available as of July 2021. Information is scarce, and reporting on the events seems to be very limited throughout modern media. This is what I could find so far, and by presenting this information I cannot say either way if election fraud truly happened or not. I’m merely presenting the information that I could come across about the topic over the past months since the 2020 election last November. Read through what is available and decide for yourself what you think about what has been happening so far.
On July 15th, the Arizona Senate held a live hearing on the election audit in Maricopa County. Doug Logan, CEO of the Cyber Ninjas, says that so far his team has found over 74,000 mail in ballots that have no records of the county having sent those ballots out. That means that there were over 74,000 more ballots received than were mailed out.
After that, he claimed that there were serious problems with the voter rolls themselves. It found that around 18,000 people who voted in the 2020 election were removed from voter rolls soon after the election. Over 11,000 people who were not on the voter rolls on November 7th, but randomly appeared on the voter rolls on December 4th were also found. Another nearly 4,000 people who registered to vote after the legal date voted in the election. Arizona state law says that voters must be registered by October 5th, or 29 days before election days.
The Department of Justice put on hold any canvassing of the voter rolls after pressuring the Arizona State Senate. The new data will hopefully provide enough information for that canvas to move forward.
On the cybersecurity side, severe problems were found. Antivirus programs were not up to date. The last time the programs were updated was the same day that Dominion installed its software, which was August of 2019. To check for breaches of security, an analysis of the routers used would be necessary. Maricopa county officials have been withholding these routers for several months now, without reasonable justification for doing so, despite the State Senate subpoenaing the routers, still without success in doing so. County officials have illegally refused to provide the routers to this day. Their reasoning is that handing them over would compromise the private information of Arizona’s citizens, despite public support for the audit and the subpoena still existing.
More ballot images, router images, splunk logs and hard drives are necessary to be more thorough with the election audit, and leaders are continuing to attempt to acquire this information today. Despite the subpoena demands, much of this information is still being refused. Passwords to the election machines still have not been given to the audit teams to this day as well. The passwords have been said to be Dominion voting softwares intellectual property, and apparently they do not have to share that information with the audit so far.
Now officials in Arizona are preparing to spend millions of dollars on new machines from Dominion, using the action as a front to further invalidate the claims of information recovered from the original machines used in the 2020 election. They say that since the auditors didn’t listen to warnings on breaking the chain of custody, that the old machines are no longer safe to use. Other states are joining in using these same tactics now, with Pennsylvania mimicking the rhetoric and actions.
Democrat Arizona Secretary of State Katie Hobbs asked Attorney General Mark Brnovich to investigate alleged pressure from Donald Trump and allies to look into the election here. The office of the AG responded with a request for a report on voter participation.
The AG office says, “Notably, this is the first time in over a decade the (Attorney General’s Office) has received no referrals from the Secretary of State regarding double voting. Additionally, please provide any and all records your office possesses related to potential violations of Arizona’s election laws.”
The Democratic Arizona Secretary of State had formerly, on March 19th of 2019, made a decision to withdraw from the Interstate Voter Registration Crosscheck Program. Since this time no information has been shared on any potential violations.
On July 13th, the Arizona Senate President declared that there was a discrepancy in the number of ballots tallied during the forensic audit that does not match the official total that was given by Maricopa County. She also says that she does not yet know the exact numbers to the size of the discrepancy. The audit team has purchased its own counting machines to further do an independent verification on the final number count. These are not Dominion machines.
The Arizona Senate President has also said that they do not have the power to overturn or recall electors for the November 3rd election, and that all this information is for future election integrity. Several Republicans have been calling for new elections to be held, but according to the Senate President, they will not be able to do so here.
Constitutional Attorney John Eastman disagrees with this assessment, saying that, “We don’t have to live with a fraudulent election… there is ample authority to fix this problem. We are in uncharted territory, but there are a couple of things to point to.”
He continued, “We can point to the Hawaii Election of 1960 when the Governor subsequently certified another slate of electors after they discovered an error in the initial election. We can point to Section 2 of Title 3 of the United States Code that says when a state has had an election and has failed to make a choice on the day prescribed by law, which is, you know, the choice that was made. The assumption was that it was fraudulently given because of illegal votes. The electors may be appointed on a subsequent day in such a manner as the legislature of such state may direct. So that recognizes the authority of the Legislature to fix a problem.”
Arizona State Senate Majority Republican leader Whip Sonny Borrelli is contemplating creating a resolution to reclaim electors if concrete evidence from the audit in Maricopa County could change the results of the 2020 election in the state.
A final report of the findings, despite the continued illegal lack of access, is expected in August.
Joe Biden won Arizona by a thin margin, just at over 10,000 votes.
The Colorado Secretary of State has banned any groups from accessing its voting systems.
Once again on standing alone, stating that the challenge wasn’t filed on time, a judge dismissed a lawsuit aiming to overturn the state’s two Senate runoffs in January. Initially the complaint was filed on the November 3rd election, stating that there was improper ballot counting efforts in Atlanta at the time.
This comes as Georgia’s Speaker of the House, David Ralston, said Fulton County should be investigated as, “Recently, media reports have surfaced which call into question the way in which Fulton County conducted, counted and audited the November 2020 Presidential Election. These reports have been accompanied by video and other evidence which is part of ongoing litigation and requires thorough examination and explanation.”
The Election Integrity Group was given a small group of mail in ballots from Fulton County to examine further after a formal request in March. Last year, a hand recount of the existing votes occurred, again certifying Biden. Hand recounts only go so far though, as to count and recount a falsified or illegal ballot does no justice here. After some deeper analysis, hard evidence reveals that there was indeed massive errors and provable fraud.
The analysis found that around 60% of the mail in ballot batches contained votes that were incorrectly reported. At least 36 batches of ballots containing over 4,000 votes were randomly added to the previous audit results, and the majority, or around 3,400 votes, were added for Biden. Furthermore, in one single batch alone of mail in ballots containing 59 ballot images for Biden and 42 for Trump, ended up being recorded as 100 for Biden and 0 for Trump. The team found seven audit tally sheets that they believe were falsified to contain fabricated vote totals.
Remember, these are just a few batches of ballots in one single county showing provable fraud and horrific errors.
In January, data revealed from The Data Integrity Group said that more than 30,000 votes had been removed for Donald Trump and that another 12,173 votes for him had been switched to Joe Biden. The removed votes found were 17,650 in Dougherty County, 7,008 in Dodge County and 5,935 in Putnam County.
Biden won the state by only 12,670 votes.
In May, a Judge threw out an audit request case in Antrim County.
In the same county back in December of last year, the only full audit on the Dominion voting technology was done by the Allied Security Operations Group. Here, they released a 23 page report which concluded that, “The system intentionally generates an enormously high number of ballot errors. The electronic ballots are then transferred for adjudication. The intentional errors lead to bulk adjudication of ballots with no oversight, no transparency, and no audit trail. This leads to voter or election fraud. Based on our study, we conclude that the Dominion Voting System should not be used in Michigan. We further conclude that the results of Antrim County should not have been certified.”
Biden won the state by over 150,000 votes.
Back in May, an audit was actually requested by a Democrat, Kristi Laurent, who lost the election by only 24 initial votes, which was granted. The audit occurred in Windham, New Hampshire, where a hand recount ended up proving miscounts that were blamed on the vote counting technology misreading numbers because of folds in paper. It turns out that Republicans actually gained votes and the Democrat lost even more votes, keeping the Republican victory here and widening the spread. Another single machine during the audit was found to only have counted 28% of the votes for Republicans. Both of these machines were from Accuvote.
A request to examine voting machines by the HFC or North Carolina House Freedom Caucus has been rejected by the North Carolina Board of Elections (BOE) by overriding authority from the Cyber and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA). They claim that the voting equipment is critical infrastructure, and any looking into the material would breach security.
Geoff Hale, director of the ESI at CISA, says they will not “partake in, nor perpetuate, myths and falsehoods about the voting system or elections.”
Despite the front, North Carolina General Statute 120-19 says by law that, “all officers, agents, agencies and departments of the State are required to give any committee of either the house of the General Assembly, or any committee or commission whose funds are appropriated or transferred to the GEneral Assembly or to the Legislative Services Commission for disbursement, upon request, all information and all data within their possession, or ascertainable from their records.”
It is the law that this information should be provided here, so the refusal isn’t legal.
A forensic audit of the election was announced on July 7th.
Two of the three counties in question for a full forensic audit have refused access to any voting machines or election data.
Sen. Doug Mastriano, chair of the Intergovernmental Operations Committee, sent letters to election officials requesting information on the election. These letters have so far been rejected, to which he says, “We do have grave concerns that the Wolf Administration is continuing to weaponize the State Department just like they did in 2020. In this case, the department is being used to intimidate county officials and obstruct a Senate led forensic investigation of the 2020 and 2021 elections. This threat, disguised as a directive to all counties in Pennsylvania, is an attack on the autonomy of local officials and the General Assembly’s power to review, investigate and legislate in matters within its legislative authority, which includes Pennsylvania’s election system. The Legislature has clear authority – both statutorily and constitutionally – to provide oversight and issue subpoenas.”
The Pennsylvania Department of State continues to tell all counties to not allow access to the voting systems by anyone.
As of today, Pennsylvania Secretary of State Veronica Degraffenreid, an appointee of Democratic Governor Tom Wolf, decertified election equipment due to the same distracting tactics of saying that the technology, since accessed for audit by an outside force, has broken the chain of custody and therefore deemed unusable. Yet, even still, if no one can access the data, how is anyone supposed to know if there were mistakes or potential violations? To continue to claim that if anyone looks at the evidence in the technology it completely decertifies its use and capability is a front and distraction to anyone attempting to understand what is happening here.
It is important to remember that in January, The Data Integrity Group sent out a report to the Epoch Times stating that around 432,000 votes for Donald Trump were removed from at least 15 counties in the state as the numbers were being processed in real time after election night.
Biden won the state by over 80,000 votes.
Republican Steve Toth introduced House Bill 241, which would require an independent audit of the 13 most populated counties in the state to provide a report no later than March 1st of 2022. The counties subject to the bill are Harris, Dallas, Bexar, Tarrant, Collin, Travis, Denton, Hidalgo, Fort Bend, El Paso, Williamson, Montgomery and Cameron. This comes as Democrats have left the House on their protest party plane to D.C. in objection to doing their jobs.
Republican Timothy Ramthun requested a full forensic audit of the 2020 election after evidence revealed in Arizona and Georgia to former state Supreme Court Justice Michael Gabelman, who is leading the review of the election in the state. The request thus far has not been accepted.
Biden won Wisconsin by over 20,000 votes.
Without taxpayers being allowed access to their own votes and the technology that handled them for audits in any county or state necessary, by anyone or group leader who deems it necessary, Democrat or Republican, we will never know the truth about the 2020 election.
In order to maintain faith in our election process and public institutions, all audit requests in any form should be accepted without excuse. To hide the data, prevent the technology from being examined, or to manipulate and pressure courts and political leaders to throw out any oversight or to criminalize asking questions is to reject the due process of this American system. The vote should be the vote, one by one, human by human, in accordance with the law aligned with the Constitution. Why should anyone be afraid to check anywhere and see if we did this whole thing right? Now, or anytime in the future?
If Biden won, Democrats should be sharing every single bit of election data happily just to rub it in Republican faces that they lost. Yet, this is nowhere near the case as of today.