Point Two to True Election Integrity: Ban All Electronic Elections Equipment
In intelligence lingo, an “intel gap” is something that is not fully known, or perhaps not known at all. Analysts may know from which village a convoy is most likely to be attacked, or with which weapons, but may draw a blank when it comes to knowing who pays for or transports said weapons. That key piece of intelligence holds the hidden key for eliminating that threat altogether.
I consider the entire cyber picture an “intel gap” in need or more information. Not one that is completely unknown, mind you, but lacking in quantifiable information as to where and how much. My numbers that have been widely published don’t account for “how.” They simply show disparate data and trends for further investigation.
As with nearly all of the election fraud claims, the approach to putting claims of electronic fraud to rest is simple: put the cards on the table. If there is nothing to be found with ballot marking devices, electronic poll books, tabulators, centralized databases, and all associated equipment, a full review and dissection of all equipment provided by all election vendors should not only put these claims to rest, but utterly humiliate those making them.
Enter Maricopa County.
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