Eighty percent (normally 1%) of Arizona ballots were decided by the machine operators, not the voters. Machine operators had the password to the machines, not the Electoral Commission. Then the main database was deleted just before the audit, preventing analysis of election manipulation.
Now we find the routers, which send results to centralised computers, are mingled with the Sheriff’s routers! This is the weirdest thing ever. Police information must be secured from public interference.
What is the Electoral Commission doing with access to the police system? Is the Sheriff trying to prevent an audit of the routers? Evidence of election interference is astounding.
Thank you Lord for exposing election fraud, we declare the theives be exposed and brought to justice.
OANN: Questions are arising in Arizona about the role of the Maricopa County sheriff in handling election routers.