Maricopa County Makes Arrangements For Routers To Be Available For Inspection

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Maricopa County and the Arizona Senate have appeared to resolve an ongoing fight to inspect the county’s computer routers as part of an ongoing, months-long audit into the 2020 election results. 

The Republican-controlled Senate subpoenaed the county to hand over its routers to a contractor, Cyber Ninjas, so they could verify whether the county was potentially hacked during November’s election. 

The county rebuked the Senate’s requests due to security concerns. Then the state threatened to deprive Maricopa County millions of dollars in funding for not complying with the subpoenas. 

The Maricopa County Board of Supervisors voted 4-1 on Friday night to set up a special master to take questions from the Senate’s election review contractors and provide them with the information contained on the routers they say they need to finish the election review. More

11 Comments on Maricopa County Makes Arrangements For Routers To Be Available For Inspection

  1. Its been 8 months. Y’all sure no double secret fucking with da machines aint been happnin behind da sceenes. The Fkn FBI & DEEP state have been proven to be 100% active in the last few months. OPENLY!

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  2. It took them this long for the democrat cyber experts to erase all traces of the hack. The servers should have been impounded by the state police the day after the election.

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  3. All routers and network switchgear (built in the last 10 years or so*) show any changes make to the machine/logs with timestamps. Including factory resets. Even if info has been deleted the auditors will know it was deleted.

    /Salute

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  4. The house of cards will collapse. Even you pessimimists will see it. Its just a matter of time. Be prepared for when the excrement strike the rotary oscillator

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  5. More too little, too late stories.
    Didn’t there used to be a tribe called “Republikken Representatives” that looked after OUR interests?

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  6. Given the amount of time that’s gone by, and the effort they put into resisting the subpoenas, whaddya wanna guess that the machines they provide have either been wiped or swapped out with replacement devices that don’t contain the information you’re wanting to look at?

    “These aren’t the droids you’re looking for. Move along.”

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  7. Routers are just hardware. And the people sitting on this hardware have had MONTHS to hit the built in RESET feature that exists on ALL routers. There won’t be a SHRED of information left when they are finally inspected.

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