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Electronic audit of Colorado election reveals manipulation


Emerald Robinson1. Creation of multiple databases: The Mesa County voting system server should have had three databases in its election project for each election. But in Mesa County’s system, two additional databases were found for two separate elections. The existence of those additional databases, and the movement of ballot records between them, breaking the chain of evidence needed for ballot and vote authentication is proof of voting system non-compliance with Federal Voting System Standards mandatory under Colorado law, and proof of manipulation. This is akin to having two sets of accounting records in a business, to hide fraudulent and illegal financial transactions.
2. A pattern of multiple illegal databases in separate elections: Multiple databases were found in both the 2020 election records, and in the 2021 election records. Slight variations in the method of ballot and batch record copying between databases reinforces the conclusion that the manipulation was deliberate.

Read the whole thing. And this is what they did in Colorado, not any of the swing states they desperately needed.

This entry was published Fri Apr 22 22:17:10 CDT 2022 by TriggerFinger and last updated 2022-04-22 22:17:10.0. [Tweet]

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