The Maricopa County Electoral Network report includes big claims

The final report of Maricopa County was released on Wednesday, covering routers and spunk logs related to the 2020 election. The results were surprising because the auditors made elaborate statements that were impossible to confirm.

In September 2021, the Senate agreed with Maricopa County officials on a special master who would oversee the audit of routers and splink logs related to the 2020 election in the county. This particular master, John Shedg, then obtained experts to review these items for him.

We were concerned about Shaded because he came from a political era where John McCain was king in Arizona. As we all know, John McCain hated President Trump and we have noticed that those who hate President Trump sometimes carry the bias of what they do.

Their work report was released yesterday.

The full report is given below. The report provides some information about the auditors and the work performed and then says that everything is fine. On page 18 of the report, the auditors provide their conclusions. In this conclusion, the auditors make the following claims based on a high level of confidence in the information they have reviewed.

1. The Maricopa County Electoral Network consists of two separate computer networks. One exclusively stores and maintains registration records and information (OET). Other only election result tables. This is BTC. It is physically and electrically separated from the outside. BTC is monitored 24 hours a day, 7 days a week and is only accessible by authorized personnel with card key access. There is no electronic connection between BTC and MCTEC, either wired or via a wireless protocol.
2. There is no router in BTC.
3. No splink logs were available for reviewing the BTC network within MCTEC as none were created as described above.
4. The Voter Registration Database (from OET) is never sent electronically to BTC in accordance with the privacy provisions of the Arizona Constitution.
5. The number of votes, as soon as they are completed, is loaded on a newly opened USB (thumb drive, flash drive) under the supervision of politically appointed observers and then physically taken from BTC and loaded on a separate computer for distribution. To the press and the public.
6. The official canvas is also loaded on the newly opened USB (thumb drive or flash drive) and taken to the office of the Secretary of State with the chain of custody control documentation.

Here is our response:

For 2. When the auditors say that there is no router in BTC, it is very suspicious. Should the router pick something or how to provide the BTC address?

4. The claim is that voter registration is never sent electronically. Never too loud a word – how can this be confirmed?

5. Overall, how can auditors make this statement? Have they confirmed the matter by observing all the election files and videos? One year after the election, it seems very difficult to say.

For 6. Also, here, how can it be said? Was it fully observed during the election? Here are some very big statements.

Reported below.

AZ Final Report on Jim Huff’s Router and Splink Log on Scribody

After more than a year of complaints about being pushed back and providing information to observers’ electoral networks, Maricopa County finally admits after a hearing who will be involved in the test. Everything is fine now. None of this adds up.

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