VIDEO: Maricopa County Election Workers CAUGHT RED-HANDED Deleting “Archived” Files From Server Before Delivery To Auditors


The full forensic audit of Maricopa County concluded hundreds of thousands of ballot discrepancies and elections law violations, including the deletion of election files before providing the machines to auditors.

The video evidence of this occurrence was redacted from the public report to maintain confidentiality and protect the individuals who deleted the files.

Maricopa County officials previously admitted to deleting these files in a Congressional hearing but later walked it back, claiming that the files were “archived.”

The Arizona Attorney General is currently conducting a criminal investigation with the full, unredacted report.

Today, We The People AZ Alliancereleased the actual footage from the Maricopa County Tabulation and Election Center server room when these exact files were deleted from the server.

Identities have been blurred to protect the integrity of the ongoing investigation.

Arizona gubernatorial candidate Kari Lakecalled for perp walks after seeing this video.

And here is the video by We The People USA Alliance on YouTube.

We reported earlier that Arizona State Representative and candidate for Secretary of state Mark Finchem presented a bombshell resolution to decertify three county elections and reclaim Arizona’s electors.

Contact Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich to demand accountability for the criminals who ordered the deletion of elections data.

 


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