One of the main arguments that the Maricopa County Supervisors use to bash the current audit turns out to be a total fabrication which has now been disproven by a letter from those who conducted the very limited audit they were allowed to perform.
But, did their audit costing $100k actually prove the election was on the up and up? No, not at all, and in fact, just the opposite is true.
Here is the letter:
There you have it. They say that what they checked came out right but the fact is they covered very little of the voting. In fact, the letter clearly states that the results of this audit do not make the case that no cheating or errors occurred in the voting. They can only vouch for areas not needed to do a full evaluation such as you would get with a full forensic audit. The current audit cannot be complete until the auditors get additional information from the supervisors and Dominion voting.
The two firms that were hired by Maricopa County to perform the audit do not work as auditors and in fact, both work for the voting machine manufacturers. That means that since over 50% of their income comes from the manufacturers, they have a powerful incentive not to find any problems with the machines. SLI Compliance and Pro V&V literally work on behalf of the voting system manufacturers.
They are not voting system auditors and what they do during one of their audits will not detect 90% of the areas where cheating or errors can occur. That is why they were not certified at the time they were hired to do the audit.
USA Today came out with a report about the audits recently performed in Maricopa County Arizona. The report notes:
The county hired outside auditors to try to show the county’s election was fair, but many who have doubts about its integrity are calling the effort a charade, even before the findings are announced.
“The two audits they have are a joke,” state Sen. Warren Petersen, R-Gilbert, said Feb. 8 on the Senate floor. “They aren’t meant to find fraud, even if there is fraud.”
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The first audit basically ‘reviewed’ results (whatever that means), looked at voting machines to determine they can count ballots, and recounted a sample of ballots. Nowhere does it mention that the state performed a forensic review of all the ballots in Maricopa County to determine that only valid ballots were included in the state’s final results.