The Biden Department of Justice is jumping into the Maricopa County, Arizona vote audit to try and stop it. In a shocking development, the DOJ has even invented a new way to play the race card in its attempts to prevent a simple forensic audit. Biden’s DOJ says that if the election is audited in a single county in Arizona, future generations of black voters in Arizona will be too paranoid and scared to ever vote again.
And if that’s not enough to satisfy your questions about the most fair-and-square election in US history, the DOJ also says that if the audit is conducted, cops and federal agents will die.
I guess we should be thrilled that DOJ hasn’t burned the building down yet?
So far, all we’ve seen is lawsuit after lawsuit after the DNC sent in hordes of lawyers from Perkins-Coie and other firms to try to jam up this audit. None of the lawyer stunts have prevailed so far. Federal election ballots belong to “we the people” and are to be preserved for 22 months after an election, so that the results can be audited if we want to take a look at them. This is long settled law, and the Democrats’ lawyers haven’t been able to convince the two judges on the case otherwise.
The latest development is going to be a huge news story, no matter what happens as a result: Maricopa County officials are refusing to turn over the routers that were used on the night of the election. The routers were just a small portion of the election equipment that was subpoenaed by the Arizona Senate for this audit. But they’re a crucial portion.
We’ve been told repeatedly by Maricopa County election officials that the routers were not connected to the internet at any point on Election Night. Is this true? The answer matters.
Swing state after swing state has told us that their machines were “never” connected to the internet at any point – and no, you can’t look at the routers to check our answer, Trumpers. Cyber Ninjas, the firm conducting the audit, will be able to give us a quick answer to that crucial question – but only if the routers are turned over. The subpoenaed routers.
Election equipment is not supposed to be connected to the internet, which makes it hackable from outside sources. Internal networks are fine for the purposes of tabulation and counting, but connecting machines to the world wide web is a big no-no. If a router is connected to the world wide web, then boy howdy – Mike Lindell’s “crazy conspiracy theory” looks a lot more viable.
And if those routers were not connected to the internet, then it tells us something else: The fraud will be found in the paper trail, and therefore auditors can just focus on examining the ballots themselves. For seven months, we’ve been told that the evidence must not be examined, otherwise it will undermine… something!
The Civil Rights Division in the Department of Justice says that while federal election laws require ballots to remain intact for 22 months, the auditors are breaking the law because they are not federal election officials. This is basically arguing that unless the fox guards the henhouse, someone might suspect the fox of doing something wrong. In a more literal sense, the federal government is arguing that only the federal government should be auditing the ballots, if anyone.
The reasoning behind this, according to Principal Deputy Assistant Attorney General (how many freaking titles do these people need?) Pamela S. Karlan, is that superstitious black voters will be spooked into never voting again if their ballots are audited. The official position of the Biden Justice Department is that auditing an election to ensure its integrity… is voter intimidation.
Must be really tough being a black voter in the Democrats’ version of America. Can’t get on the internet, can’t get an ID, can’t vote in future elections because those spooky audits will get you!
And if that’s not enough, Karlan adds that auditing the routers requested in the subpoena will reveal dangerous secret information that could get cops and federal officers killed. Just like when all those FBI agents were going to be murdered if the American people found out who paid for the Russian collusion dossier!
The bad news: Only 10% of the ballots in Maricopa County have been tallied in the hand recount. It looks like this is going to take a while.