Breaking: Arizona Election Audit Update #2

On June 2nd, Wendy Rogers and other members of the Arizona legislature welcomed a visiting delegation from Pennsylvania to tour the Arizona election audit currently underway.

The Pennsylvania delegation included State Senators Doug Mastriano, Col US Army (ret) and Cris Dush, MSgt USAF (ret) and PA State Representative Rob Kauffman, Chair of Pennsylvania House Judiciary Committee. Arizona legislators included State Senators Wendy Rogers (R-Flagstaff) and Sonny Borrelli (R-Havasu), and State Representatives Leo Biasiucci (R-Havasu), Joe Chaplik (R-Scottsdale), and Jacqueline Parker (R-Mesa).

See report, below.

Who is Cyber Ninjas and why are they qualified to lead the audit?

Cyber Ninjas are an application security company, which has allowed a quick understanding of how election system applications work in detail. Cyber Ninjas specializes in threat modeling, or figuring out the ways a system can be attacked and/or compromised, along with how to identify such threats and protect against them. Cyber Ninjas also has expertise in “artifacts,” or leftover evidence of tampering or system break-in. This background was crucial to designing the audit scope.

Steps to the AZ Audit

  1. Canvassing. Currently indefinitely delayed by the AZ Senate. Due to innumerable reports of mismatch anomalies, questions probed include whether a particular voter voted, whether the recorded vote matches the vote they cast, and whether the voter’s registration was updated or changed.
  2. Counting of Physical Ballots. Everyone can relate to the concept of counting paper ballots. Maricopa volunteer counters must have voted in the November 2020 election. There is no determination whether the counter volunteer is a Republican or a Democrat.
    • If a count is off by more than 1 person per 50 ballots counted, then the ballots are recounted. It takes approximately 8 seconds to count a ballot. There is no way to coordinate or sully this very precise process. “There is no speed without accuracy.”
    • Paper examination tables use digital single-lens reflex (DSLR) cameras, which ensures that no ballots will be damaged. This equipment is used to check which oval is marked and whether it was marked by a human, as well as the fibers of the ballot material and yellow-dot watermarks.
    • Every last ballot should be able to be accounted for.
  3. Analysis of Electronic Voting Systems. Digital capture of all voting systems provided is completed. CyFIR followed industry best practices with write-block devices that prevented any hard drive from being changed. Analysis of the data captured is ongoing.
  4. Analysis of Results. Numbers and information collected from phases 1-3 will be compared against the certified results.

Cyber Ninjas CEO overall observations:

  1. Americans must be able to trust how their vote is cast.
  2. A judge’s scope of expertise does not tend to include higher math or computer systems;
    however, EVERY American understands how to count and that counting must be done at the local community level.
  3. We should switch to paper-only elections (e.g. Canada’s federal-level elections are paper only)
  4. We should be counting votes at the precinct level.
  5. We should declare election day a national holiday, so everyone is able to vote and participate in the counting process.
  6. If Pennsylvania wants to pursue a comprehensive Arizona-type audit, the Pennsylvania State Senate’s State Government Committee can, in theory, issue a subpoena on behalf of the Pennsylvania State Senate to start an in-depth audit of a Pennsylvania county.

Bottom Line: Arizona welcomes ALL states to adopt this gold-standard audit process to ensure free and fair elections for 2022. Opposition pushback may be an indication of the more questionable areas to investigate.

(The Gateway Pundit) Arizona Sen. Wendy Rogers: “Arizona Welcomes ALL States To Adopt This Gold-Standard Of A Process To Ensure Free And Fair Elections For 2022.”

“AZ State Senator Rogers shared a recap following message to her Facebook page: ‘Tour of AZ Audit with visiting PA delegation state senators Doug Mastriano, Col US Army (ret) and Cris Dush, MSgt USAF (ret) along with PA state rep Rob Kauffman (chair of PA House Judiciary Cte) […] Arizona welcomes ALL states to adopt this gold-standard of a process to ensure free and fair elections for 2022.'”

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(RealityCircuit) AZ Senator Wendy Rogers Details Audit Tour With PA Delegation

“Arizona State Senator Wendy Rogers has been providing detailed updates from the floor of the state’s pivotal election audit. On Wednesday, Rogers toured the Veterans Memorial Coliseum audit site with a legislative delegation from Pennsylvania. Calls for an audit in the keystone state have grown louder in recent weeks.”

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(MediaRightNews) PA Legislators Tour AZ Election Audit Floor Fueling Speculation of Audit In Their State

“According to a press release from Pennsylvania State Senator Doug Mastriano (R), a delegation of State Senators from Arizona requested his appearance along with two other State Senators from the state on the floor of the Maricopa County 2020 presidential election audit. Mastriano applauded the audit and said, ‘Transparency is a must [in] our Republic. Every citizen should be confident that their vote counts.'”

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(The Last Refuge) Arizona State Senator Wendy Rogers Outlines The Processes and Procedures For The Maricopa County Ballot Audit

“Wendy Rogers, State Senator representing Arizona’s 6th legislative district, gives an interview to One America News on the status of the Maricopa County ballot audit and the propaganda that is being launched against their efforts.”

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