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CO considers legislation to criminalize election audits


Complete ColoradoColorado Secretary of State Jena Griswold and Democrats at the statehouse–along with lone Republican sponsor, Senator Kevin Priola–have come up with an outrageous bill that would criminalize county clerks or anyone else with the temerity to investigate the accuracy and security of their elections. Senate Bill 153 changes Colorado statutes to rob clerks of their lawful elected duty to assure their county elections are fair and honest, and hands the keys of the election kingdom entirely to the secretary of state. If the bill passes into law, clerks will be blocked from examining records to find out if their elections have been compromised or hacked by outside internet intrusion. That’s unless they want to spend a couple of years in jail and pay a fine up to $100,000 for a class 5 felony.

This is insane. Why can't we audit our election machinery to make sure it works?

The answer is obvious: they know it doesn't work and enables fraud, and that's how they win.

This entry was published Fri Apr 29 23:41:51 CDT 2022 by TriggerFinger and last updated 2022-04-29 23:41:51.0. [Tweet]

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