Maricopa County has joined hands with big tech companies and used its money during Election 2020.
And to prevent the truth from coming out, this big tech is now covering it up.
A new investigation for the 2020 Election has been initiated by Kelly Townsend, Arizona State Senator. This investigation also includes the $3 MILLION in Zuckerbucks that was used in funding the Maricopa 2020 Presidential election.
A previous report from The Gateway Pundit revealed about the shady donation from Mark Zuckerberg and the lack of transparency that came with it:
Where did the millions go? Maricopa County Arizona, one of the largest counties in the nation, received $3 million in ‘Zuckerbucks’ from a Democrat non-profit before the election. No one knows who accepted it or where it went.
In addition to repeatedly sabotaging attempts by the Arizona Senate to implement an accurate, transparent, and factual forensic audit of Maricopa’s 2020 election – which is set to actually begin on April 22 – the Maricopa County Board of Supervisors (MCBOS) also repeatedly violated the chain of custody of the 2.1 million ballots from the 2020 election which this Board is legally responsible for safeguarding. Under their watch things like shredded ballots ended up in a dumpster; doors were left wide open at the Maricopa County Tabulation and Election Center (MCTEC); a gigantic, mysterious fire occurred at a chicken farm owned by one of the supervisors of the MCBOS; and, all of the ballots were without the AZ Senate’s permission literally moved out of the MCTEC and then brought back home again (who knows where these ballots went for a ride and how many never came back).
Senator Townsend tweeted:
I am pleased to announce that my request for the audit of the Zuckerberg Buck’s that funded the Arizona 2020 General election as being realized, as the Auditor General is getting everything set to begin. It will be interesting to see exactly how this was spent.
— Senator Kelly Townsend (@AZKellyT) August 2, 2021
Townsend shared more to her telegram page, including screenshots of her emails to Auditor General Lindsey Perry
Senator Kelly Townsend
A.R.S.41-1279.04 provides the Auditor General’s authority to examine records. Paragraph D states that any office or person who knowingly fails or refuses to permit access and examination is guilty of a class 2 misdemeanor.
This statute provides a class 2 misdemeanor for the supervisors if they do not comply
This requested audit will show us exactly how private grant money like the $3 million in Zuckerbucks was used and more information about the shady Request for Proposal (RFP) and the process of acquiring Dominion as an election vendor.
Facebook is known to interfere with American elections through content algorithms and censorship of certain information. We will now know how radical leftist Secretary of State used Facebook’s money to combat “misinformation and disinformation.”
Post-election, big tech is removing and censoring pro-audit pages and pages that question the 2020 election’s legitimacy. This is an attack on the Constitution.
In addition, we will learn about the shady acquisition of Dominion Voting Systems which is outlined in Merissa Hamilton’s Arizona 2020 Election Briefing Note.
Merissa outlines the County’s weak RFP security requirements which checked none of the following:
- Ownership of Dominion · Location of Offices · Location of Developers · Location of Servers
- Redundancy · Foreign Interference · Subsidiaries · Donations · Investors
Merissa Hamilton reports:
1.3 ARIZONA SECRETARY OF STATE DOMINION CERTIFICATION
The AZ SOS Equipment Certification Advisory Committee conducted the only publicly available review of Dominion 5.5B. Anti-Trump, Antifa apologist, Dominion executive Eric Coomer led two sales demos, instead of a formal Committee-driven technical analysis, to satisfy the State certification requirement. The Committee did not produce any examination reports of their findings. Only meeting minutes on October 29th, 2019 and January 28th, 2020 are publicly available, documenting the sales demos.
1.4 DOMINION SECURITY CONCERNS
In the AZ SOS October 29th meeting, Coomer says the login for adjudication is set-up as one login per adjudication team instead of an individual user. Maricopa County chose not to have full traceability and chain of custody by logging each adjudicator’s user name on their machines during the election.
On page 31 of the RFP, Dominion insists on a requirement that they “must fully participate in and support the County’s final election readiness security audit.” Direct mandatory participation in a security activity is an unusual request as the industry standard is for technology companies to always be an arms-length distance for security purposes.
On the day before Early Voting began on October 6th, 2020, Maricopa County published a video called “Vote Centers: Inside Look” that displayed all of the Dominion USB ports of the voting machines were open and unsealed. Open USB ports was the top security concern causing Texas to reject Dominion’s software model.
Despite Texas’s refusal to use the machines due to its security issues, Maricopa County and the Secretary of State didn’t bother with this discrepancy and still proceeded since it will suit what they are planning.
This made the entire contract to be suspicious at first.
The financial audit of the 2020 Maricopa County election is now being set and the preparation is under the responsibility of the Arizona Auditor General.
Source: The Gateway Pundit