Even though the machines that tallied the General Election in 2020 in many states are considered private companies and their working systems are legally protected as “proprietary information,” judgment has been passed that a private company called Cyber Ninjas that was examining ballots in Arizona for the legal process has to conform to government regulations and hand over their private communications.
And the left loves that set of actions and sees nothing at all wrong.
That is strange, isn’t it?
The partisan drama over the 2020 general election has not ended yet; even a year and a half after the final votes were supposedly tallied, America is still divided over the trustworthiness of the government and the ballot counters.
The Democrats cheered when Dominion machines were protected from scrutiny by Republicans; recall this news from 2021:
Dominion Voting Systems sues Santa Clara County to block release of public records
Dominion Voting Systems filed a writ of mandate Thursday in Santa Clara County Superior Court to prevent the county from releasing financial information gathered during a contract procurement process.
And compare that with the news that has upended the evaluation of ballots in Arizona as reported by CNN on Sunday:
The Cyber Ninjas firm that oversaw the problem-plagued review of the 2020 results in Arizona’s Maricopa County is shuttering.
Rod Thomson, a representative for the Cyber Ninjas, confirmed to CNN that company is shutting down. Thomson said, “$2 million debt from the Arizona audit and endless legal and character attacks on the company by those who opposed the audit make it untenable moving forward.”
The Cyber Ninjas, which faced months of criticism over the audit’s shoddy practices and partisan roots, has encountered a new round of headaches recently.
Officials in Maricopa County this week released a detailed rebuttal of the claims the Cyber Ninjas made casting doubt on the validity of ballots. After assessing the Cyber Ninjas’ findings, county officials concluded that 76 of their 77 claims were false or misleading.
Meantime, a judge in Arizona’s Maricopa County Thursday held the company in contempt and ordered it to pay $50,000 per day in sanctions for failing to provide records related to the so-called audit to the Arizona Republic, according to a report in the Republic.
the left is at war with Cyber Ninjas- including Rachel Madow, who highlighted an AP article that spelled out coming doom for anyone who dared inspect the curious 2020 Presidential election, which Republicans are not allowed to examine:
“The court is not going to accept the assertion that Cyber Ninjas is an empty shell and that no one is responsible for seeing that it complies,”https://t.co/rByws32H1B
— Maddow Blog (@MaddowBlog) January 8, 2022
NOTICE THE NARRATIVE
The left-leaning AP reported and called a legal audit process an attempt to overturn an election as if there was no legal right for the Senate President to do what she did :
Senate President Karen Fann hired Cyber Ninjas, a Florida-based company with no election review experience, to lead what she described as a “forensic audit.” Logan previously worked with attorneys and Donald Trump supporters trying to overturn the 2020 election and appeared in a film questioning the results of the contest while the ballot review was ongoing.
A second public records lawsuit filed by the watchdog group American Oversight is seeking similar records.
Maricopa County Superior Court Judge Michael Kemp on Thursday denied Wilenchik’s request to withdraw from that case as well. He said he won’t consider granting the request until, at a minimum, Cyber Ninjas turns over records and Logan gives a deposition.
“The Court and the public would be denied prompt and reasonable resolution of an important public matter,” Kemp wrote.
Resolution of an essential matter to the left, the article should have read.
Kari is an ex-Community Organizer who writes about Cultural Marxism, grassroots activism, music, IndyCar racing and political campaigns. @Saorsa1776