Every day that goes by, we learn more about what happened in November with the election.
Particularly right now, we're learning about what happened in Maricopa County, Arizona, since this is where the big forensic audit is currently taking place.
Now get this, Maricopa County's Election team says that they do not have "Admin" access to their voting machines. In other words, there is no system administrator.
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So what does this mean? Well, the obvious answer is that someone else has "admin" access to their voting machines and they don't, which is a huge concern.
It's very likely that if it wasn't them who had the admin access to the voting machines, then it would have been Dominion themselves which is not a good thing, especially in light of everything else that we know.
All of the pieces of the puzzle are starting to come together, at least in Maricopa County, Arizona and I just hope that this is the push that will get the ball rolling in many other states so that they will start examining their election results as well.
Honestly, it should be mandatory to perform an integrity check before and after the election to verify that everything was legitimate. I guarantee you that if the outcome of the election would have been flipped and there were accusations of fraud, the Democrats would be having an audit done in every single county.