More Election Suspicion and Corruption Uncovered in Arizona Audit

More Election Suspicion and Corruption Uncovered in Arizona Audit

More corruption has been uncovered in Arizona, this time during the election audit that has been taking place over the past few weeks. Following the allegations of fraud and irregularities in Arizona’s 2020 election, an audit was ordered. Now, Chairwoman of the Arizona GOP Kelli Ward has revealed that similar corruption has extended into the audit.

Dr. Kelli Ward sent out a tweet on May 5, which reads: “These are the servers for Maricopa Co elections. The external drives that were loaded w/ nightly early vote totals are circled. Scott Jarrett said they were taken to an offsite “undisclosed location” nightly “for safety” by an employee or a Dominion contractor working for MC.”

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This news is extremely concerning. Scott Jarrett, the ‎Director of Elections (Election Day and Emergency Voting), claims on his LinkedIn profile that he had previously been an auditor before taking his current position in Maricopa County. He also claims to be a Certified Internal Auditor (CIA).

If his qualifications are indeed correct, he should have known that moving devices related to an audit to an off-site location would raise security concerns.

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The Gateway Pundit asks the right questions: “It is concerning that these devices were even included in an election. Who handled these ‘external drives’, what was on them and where did they go? These questions should never even have to be asked in a well-designed and operating environment. Dr. Ward and Arizona have a right to be concerned about this design failure.”

What is going on in Arizona, and how did we get to this point?

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