AZ AUDIT: Doug Logan Provides Some Fixes For Moving Forward From Arizona’s Broken Election System

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Arizona’s election system is broken.

There is just no way around it after listening to the findings of the audit; particularly, the revealing testimony of digital forensic expert Ben Cotton.

The officials of Maricopa County allegedly altered and destroyed information directly ahead of an audit.

If that isn’t cause for concern then I don’t know what is.

Additionally, they were found to have little or no standard operating procedure for many important ballot, absentee,  security, and election integrity processes.

They allegedly used the same username and password for just about everything in the system…..

Think about that for a second, that alone is a MASSIVE security issue—never mind the other concerns.

Doug Logan took the floor at the Arizona audit hearing to propose these changes moving forward:

The Gateway Pundit reported some of the issues Doug Logan found as part of his analysis:

In the 2020 presidential election, the margin of victory was only 10,457 votes, a small fraction of the 57,734 ballots with known issues.

Again, this is almost 6 times the margin of victory in the Presidential race and is multiples of the margin of victory in other races. Based on these factual findings, the election should not be certified, and the reported results are not reliable.

Democrats are asking Logan to testify about Cyber Ninja’s role in the audit according to The Hill:

House Oversight and Reform Committee Chairwoman Carolyn Maloney (D-N.Y.) and Rep. Jamie Raskin (D-Md.), the chairman of the committee’s civil rights subpanel, in a letter asked Logan to testify to Congress next month and faulted the company for not providing documents related to its audit of the 2020 presidential election in Arizona.

“This request follows your repeated refusal to produce documents requested by the Committee regarding this largely privately funded audit,” the two lawmakers wrote in the letter dated Thursday.

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