Today The Epoch Times is reporting that an auditor has told Arizona legislators that the information that was deleted from the Maricopa County voting machines has been recovered.
The article reports:
Ben Cotton, founder of CyFIR, one of four firms working on the 2020 election audit, said at the Arizona State Capitol in Phoenix that he discovered a master file table “that clearly indicated that the database directory was deleted from that server.”
“Subsequently, I’ve been able to recover all of those deleted files, and I have access to that data,” he added. “I have the information I need from the recovery efforts of the data.”
Maricopa County responded in a tweet on Tuesday: “Just want to underscore that AZ Senate’s @ArizonaAudit account accused Maricopa County of deleting files- which would be a crime- then a day after our technical letter explained they were just looking in the wrong place- all of a sudden ‘auditors’ have recovered the files.”
Auditors told Maricopa County officials through the Arizona Senate earlier this month that they discovered an entire database directory from an election machine had been deleted.
In addition, the main database for election management software was not found anywhere on the machine, despite it being referenced as the location for the database.
“This suggests that the main database for all election related data for the November 2020 General Election has been removed,” Arizona Senate President Karen Fann, a Republican, wrote to Maricopa County’s Board of Supervisors.
The board later said the allegation was false, accusing auditors of making a mistake while performing their analysis. The Maricopa County Elections Department, in a technical analysis, said officials and subject matter experts reviewed the allegation and found the database folder in question was not deleted.
I haven’t posted a lot about this audit because frankly I have no idea exactly what is going on there. I suspect there was some serious fraud in the vote count in Maricopa County, but I question if it can be proved or even if it is proved, will anyone be held accountable.
One of the biggest problems with our justice system right now is that equal justice under the law no longer applies. We have seen major abuses of surveillance on American citizens with no one held accountable, and we have seen major breaches of security protocols regarding emails with no one held accountable. Until the justice system in America begins acting in a manner that shows impartiality, I have no hope that anyone guilty of massive voter fraud will be held accountable. There will be a few minor cases, the the heart of the matter will be carefully avoided.