Arizona move against officials who protect voter fraud

marke

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Leftist anarchists, with the full cooperation of mainstream democrats including our current vice president, rioted, burned, killed hundreds last year.

Extreme republicans donned funny Buffalo hats and walked into the capital with the complicity of the Capitol police and posed for pictures.
Goofy weirdos and actors pretending to be something they were not made headlines, but the leftist media, the leftist politicians, and the leftist Justice Department deliberately covered up the participation of bat-wielding leftist anarchists in black battle dress smashing windows, doors, and furniture in the Capitol on Jan 6.
 

annabenedetti

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It was not conservative Christian republicans looting and burning in 2020, it was leftist anarchists supported by the democrat party.

Is "conservative Christian republican" your default American? It sure appears to be.

Actually no violence was "supported by the democrat party," nor was antifa a significant factor, this has been debunked many times over. Also, despite the exaggerated claims of cities being burned down, 93% of the protests were peaceful. The violence came from random, not organized individuals, and also from right-wing accelerators trying to get BLM protesters blamed for violence.

Now, here's where someone posts a photo of flames or broken windows, but I've seen multiple residents of areas involved say that the violence was limited in scope to some streets or intersections but the rest of the city was going on as normal. I experienced this myself in my own area, so I understand what they're saying. Knowing ahead of time all you can talk about are thugs and demons, I won't indulge you in that and will ignore any reply of yours that doesn't stick to the discussion of facts.

AP finds most arrested in protests aren't leftist radicals

Black Lives Matter Protesters Were Overwhelmingly Peaceful, Our Research Finds

93% of Black Lives Matter Protests Have Been Peaceful, New Report Finds


The vast majority of Black Lives Matter protests—more than 93%—have been peaceful, according to a new report published Thursday by a nonprofit that researches political violence and protests across the world.

The Armed Conflict Location & Event Data Project (ACLED) analyzed more than 7,750 Black Lives Matter demonstrations in all 50 states and Washington D.C. that took place in the wake of George Floyd’s death between May 26 and August 22.


Their report states that more than 2,400 locations reported peaceful protests, while fewer than 220 reported “violent demonstrations.” The authors define violent demonstrations as including “acts targeting other individuals, property, businesses, other rioting groups or armed actors.” Their definition includes anything from “fighting back against police” to vandalism, property destruction looting, road-blocking using barricades, burning tires or other materials. In cities where protests did turn violent—these demonstrations are “largely confined to specific blocks,” the report says.

The ACLED report includes protests toppling statues of “colonial figures, slave owners and Confederate leaders” as violent incidents. “Since Floyd’s killing, there have been at least 38 incidents in which demonstrators have significantly damaged or torn down memorials around the country,” the report states.

Still, many people continue to believe that Black Lives Matter protests are largely violent—contrary to the report’s findings. ACLED highlights a recent Morning Consult poll in which 42% of respondents believe “most protesters (associated with the BLM movement) are trying to incite violence or destroy property.” ACLED suggests this “disparity stems from political orientation and biased media framing… such as disproportionate coverage of violent demonstrations.”

U.S.-based ACLED is funded by the State Department’s Bureau of Conflict and Stabilization Operations as well as foreign governments and other organizations, including the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the German Federal Foreign Office, the Tableau Foundation, the International Organization for Migration, and The University of Texas at Austin. It relied on data collection from the U.S. Crisis Monitor—a joint project led by ACLED and Princeton University’s Bridging Divides Initiative—that tracks and publishes real-time data on political violence and demonstrations in the U.S in order to “establish an evidence base from which to identify risks, hotspots and available resources to empower local communities in times of crisis.”

ACLED also highlights a “violent government response,” in which authorities “use force more often than not” when they are present at protests and that they “disproportionately used force while intervening in demonstrations associated with the BLM movement, relative to other types of demonstrations.” The report also references “dozens of car-ramming attacks” on protesters by various individuals, some of whom have ties to hate groups like the Ku Klux Klan.
 

marke

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Is "conservative Christian republican" your default American? It sure appears to be.

Actually no violence was "supported by the democrat party," nor was antifa a significant factor, this has been debunked many times over. Also, despite the exaggerated claims of cities being burned down, 93% of the protests were peaceful. The violence came from random, not organized individuals, and also from right-wing accelerators trying to get BLM protesters blamed for violence.

Now, here's where someone posts a photo of flames or broken windows, but I've seen multiple residents of areas involved say that the violence was limited in scope to some streets or intersections but the rest of the city was going on as normal. I experienced this myself in my own area, so I understand what they're saying. Knowing ahead of time all you can talk about are thugs and demons, I won't indulge you in that and will ignore any reply of yours that doesn't stick to the discussion of facts.

AP finds most arrested in protests aren't leftist radicals

Black Lives Matter Protesters Were Overwhelmingly Peaceful, Our Research Finds

93% of Black Lives Matter Protests Have Been Peaceful, New Report Finds


The vast majority of Black Lives Matter protests—more than 93%—have been peaceful, according to a new report published Thursday by a nonprofit that researches political violence and protests across the world.

The Armed Conflict Location & Event Data Project (ACLED) analyzed more than 7,750 Black Lives Matter demonstrations in all 50 states and Washington D.C. that took place in the wake of George Floyd’s death between May 26 and August 22.


Their report states that more than 2,400 locations reported peaceful protests, while fewer than 220 reported “violent demonstrations.” The authors define violent demonstrations as including “acts targeting other individuals, property, businesses, other rioting groups or armed actors.” Their definition includes anything from “fighting back against police” to vandalism, property destruction looting, road-blocking using barricades, burning tires or other materials. In cities where protests did turn violent—these demonstrations are “largely confined to specific blocks,” the report says.

The ACLED report includes protests toppling statues of “colonial figures, slave owners and Confederate leaders” as violent incidents. “Since Floyd’s killing, there have been at least 38 incidents in which demonstrators have significantly damaged or torn down memorials around the country,” the report states.

Still, many people continue to believe that Black Lives Matter protests are largely violent—contrary to the report’s findings. ACLED highlights a recent Morning Consult poll in which 42% of respondents believe “most protesters (associated with the BLM movement) are trying to incite violence or destroy property.” ACLED suggests this “disparity stems from political orientation and biased media framing… such as disproportionate coverage of violent demonstrations.”

U.S.-based ACLED is funded by the State Department’s Bureau of Conflict and Stabilization Operations as well as foreign governments and other organizations, including the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the German Federal Foreign Office, the Tableau Foundation, the International Organization for Migration, and The University of Texas at Austin. It relied on data collection from the U.S. Crisis Monitor—a joint project led by ACLED and Princeton University’s Bridging Divides Initiative—that tracks and publishes real-time data on political violence and demonstrations in the U.S in order to “establish an evidence base from which to identify risks, hotspots and available resources to empower local communities in times of crisis.”

ACLED also highlights a “violent government response,” in which authorities “use force more often than not” when they are present at protests and that they “disproportionately used force while intervening in demonstrations associated with the BLM movement, relative to other types of demonstrations.” The report also references “dozens of car-ramming attacks” on protesters by various individuals, some of whom have ties to hate groups like the Ku Klux Klan.
More leftist propaganda crap. Hundreds of stores were looted and burned and hundreds of cops were assaulted in what stupid lying leftist democrats keep claiming were peaceful protests. Right-wing terrorists (as Stupidite Marrick Garland sees them) did none of that violence and people like Kamala Harris took up collections to bail the offending leftist democrat thugs out of jail.
 

ok doser

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You post yet another picture that points to black violence and murder, not white violence and murder. Go figger.
Her face SHOULD be the face of BLM, not the career criminal drug dealer, seven-time convicted felon George Floyd.
 

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Arizona is making headway against the democrat corruption of voter fraud, thank God.

The Republican overseeing the controversial GOP-backed election audit in Arizona has reportedly been banned from entering the building where the recount process is ongoing, after he shared some data with experts that showed the results match the officially certified numbers in Maricopa County.

The Arizona Republic reported on Friday evening that Ken Bennett, Arizona's former Secretary of State who has been described as the audit's "director," was barred from entering the building on the state fairgrounds where the audit is moving forward. The newspaper reported that Bennett had shared some of the audit data with outside experts showing that the ballot recount was tracking "very closely" with Maricopa County's certified results.

Cyber Ninjas, the Florida-based company conducting the audit on behalf of the state's Senate Republicans, told the publication that state Senate President Karen Fann, a Republican, made the decision to block Bennett from the building.

 

marke

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The Republican overseeing the controversial GOP-backed election audit in Arizona has reportedly been banned from entering the building where the recount process is ongoing, after he shared some data with experts that showed the results match the officially certified numbers in Maricopa County.

The Arizona Republic reported on Friday evening that Ken Bennett, Arizona's former Secretary of State who has been described as the audit's "director," was barred from entering the building on the state fairgrounds where the audit is moving forward. The newspaper reported that Bennett had shared some of the audit data with outside experts showing that the ballot recount was tracking "very closely" with Maricopa County's certified results.

Cyber Ninjas, the Florida-based company conducting the audit on behalf of the state's Senate Republicans, told the publication that state Senate President Karen Fann, a Republican, made the decision to block Bennett from the building.

Suspect officials who continue to support the democrat narrative that democrats did not commit fraud in 2020 do not need to be obstructing the investigation.
 

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As part of the ongoing audit of the vote in Maricopa County (Arizona), there has been an attempt by Trump-aligned forces to subpoena the network routers used by the county’s election division.

Why the routers? Oh because the state Senate Republicans leading the audit – as well as the questionable firm they have hired to run said audit – want to know whether the Maricopa County voting machines were connected to the Internet on Election Day. Why? Because of a debunked conspiracy theory that votes were somehow electronically transferred from Trump to Biden. (This is all part of a broader conspiracy theory that Italian satellites were used to change votes. And no, I am not kidding.)

As the Arizona Republic wrote back in May:
“Senate liaison Ken Bennett has said [the routers] are needed to check whether the county’s voting machines were connected to the internet during the election. But a county spokesperson said that the auditors already have the information and machines to perform that check, and a previous independent audit commissioned by the county proved they were not.”

Why won’t the county just turn over the routers to appease Trump? Three reasons actually:

1. Money. The Maricopa County Board of Supervisors has estimated the cost of replacing routers, which would need to be done if the current ones were handed over for this “audit,“at $6 million. (If you’re wondering the board has a 4-1 Republican majority.)

2. Disruption: Handing over the routers would “severely disrupt the operations of county government because other agencies outside of the recorder’s office and elections department use them,” according to the board.

3. Safety: “Given access to the mail carriers’ – or routers’ – information, it would be easier for a bad actor to get access to a person’s mail, or to target the information inside the network,” wrote the Arizona Republic.

Trump, of course, cares about none of that. It makes a good talking point to say that these routers hold some super-secret information (they do not) and suggest that the county’s unwillingness to turn them over is proof that there is something nefarious on them. (It is not).

 

marke

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As part of the ongoing audit of the vote in Maricopa County (Arizona), there has been an attempt by Trump-aligned forces to subpoena the network routers used by the county’s election division.

Why the routers? Oh because the state Senate Republicans leading the audit – as well as the questionable firm they have hired to run said audit – want to know whether the Maricopa County voting machines were connected to the Internet on Election Day. Why? Because of a debunked conspiracy theory that votes were somehow electronically transferred from Trump to Biden. (This is all part of a broader conspiracy theory that Italian satellites were used to change votes. And no, I am not kidding.)

As the Arizona Republic wrote back in May:
“Senate liaison Ken Bennett has said [the routers] are needed to check whether the county’s voting machines were connected to the internet during the election. But a county spokesperson said that the auditors already have the information and machines to perform that check, and a previous independent audit commissioned by the county proved they were not.”

Why won’t the county just turn over the routers to appease Trump? Three reasons actually:

1. Money. The Maricopa County Board of Supervisors has estimated the cost of replacing routers, which would need to be done if the current ones were handed over for this “audit,“at $6 million. (If you’re wondering the board has a 4-1 Republican majority.)

2. Disruption: Handing over the routers would “severely disrupt the operations of county government because other agencies outside of the recorder’s office and elections department use them,” according to the board.

3. Safety: “Given access to the mail carriers’ – or routers’ – information, it would be easier for a bad actor to get access to a person’s mail, or to target the information inside the network,” wrote the Arizona Republic.

Trump, of course, cares about none of that. It makes a good talking point to say that these routers hold some super-secret information (they do not) and suggest that the county’s unwillingness to turn them over is proof that there is something nefarious on them. (It is not).

Democrats claim voting machines were never tampered with and all yielded perfect vote totals. What democrats will not stand for is anyone questioning their word on that or trying to examine the machines forensically for verification of their unsupported claims.
 

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An Arizona GOP official tore into the Maricopa County election audit on Monday, saying the claims of voter fraud that prompted the recount were baseless and likening the situation to a "borderline dystopia." Maricopa County Recorder Stephen Richer told Fox News Monday said that continued claims of election fraud in the county by Trump and his associates were "false." Even though he would have liked them to win, they did not, he said.

"I'm as Republican as they come," he told Fox's Bret Baier. "There's a lot I'd be willing to do for a Republican nominee for president but lie about the election is not one of those things." Richer said of the former president's claims: "It's disappointing. It's borderline dystopian. And unfortunately, when the president says something like that, it's very hard to put the genie back in the bottle."

Election officials have only found 182 potential cases of electoral fraud out of a possible 3 million, the Associated Press reported last week. The company running the audit, Cyber Ninjas, has never run an audit before and its founder Doug Logan has promoted pro-Trump conspiracy theories on social media.

Richer told Fox that a specific claim repeated by a former Trump spokesperson Liz Harrington earlier on the program was false. Harrington had claimed that Arizona ballots had been cast illegally after the deadline. Richer said: "So that's inaccurate [...] As long as they filled it out before October 15 then it's still a valid voter and that vote should count."

 

Arthur Brain

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An Arizona GOP official tore into the Maricopa County election audit on Monday, saying the claims of voter fraud that prompted the recount were baseless and likening the situation to a "borderline dystopia." Maricopa County Recorder Stephen Richer told Fox News Monday said that continued claims of election fraud in the county by Trump and his associates were "false." Even though he would have liked them to win, they did not, he said.

"I'm as Republican as they come," he told Fox's Bret Baier. "There's a lot I'd be willing to do for a Republican nominee for president but lie about the election is not one of those things." Richer said of the former president's claims: "It's disappointing. It's borderline dystopian. And unfortunately, when the president says something like that, it's very hard to put the genie back in the bottle."

Election officials have only found 182 potential cases of electoral fraud out of a possible 3 million, the Associated Press reported last week. The company running the audit, Cyber Ninjas, has never run an audit before and its founder Doug Logan has promoted pro-Trump conspiracy theories on social media.

Richer told Fox that a specific claim repeated by a former Trump spokesperson Liz Harrington earlier on the program was false. Harrington had claimed that Arizona ballots had been cast illegally after the deadline. Richer said: "So that's inaccurate [...] As long as they filled it out before October 15 then it's still a valid voter and that vote should count."

Unfortunately this is what happens when you have a narcissistic man child for a president with too much power. Even when he's ousted, the residue carries on and on, especially with a gullible fan base who just continually lap it up and won't deal with the reality of events. Everyone outside of that sad little bubble knows fine well that the election was done and dusted months ago but still...
 

ok doser

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An Arizona GOP official tore into the Maricopa County election audit on Monday, saying the claims of voter fraud that prompted the recount were baseless and likening the situation to a "borderline dystopia." Maricopa County Recorder Stephen Richer told Fox News Monday said that continued claims of election fraud in the county by Trump and his associates were "false." Even though he would have liked them to win, they did not, he said.

"I'm as Republican as they come," he told Fox's Bret Baier. "There's a lot I'd be willing to do for a Republican nominee for president but lie about the election is not one of those things." Richer said of the former president's claims: "It's disappointing. It's borderline dystopian. And unfortunately, when the president says something like that, it's very hard to put the genie back in the bottle."

Election officials have only found 182 potential cases of electoral fraud out of a possible 3 million, the Associated Press reported last week. The company running the audit, Cyber Ninjas, has never run an audit before and its founder Doug Logan has promoted pro-Trump conspiracy theories on social media.

Richer told Fox that a specific claim repeated by a former Trump spokesperson Liz Harrington earlier on the program was false. Harrington had claimed that Arizona ballots had been cast illegally after the deadline. Richer said: "So that's inaccurate [...] As long as they filled it out before October 15 then it's still a valid voter and that vote should count."

Oh dear - you've gone all red
 

marke

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An Arizona GOP official tore into the Maricopa County election audit on Monday, saying the claims of voter fraud that prompted the recount were baseless and likening the situation to a "borderline dystopia." Maricopa County Recorder Stephen Richer told Fox News Monday said that continued claims of election fraud in the county by Trump and his associates were "false." Even though he would have liked them to win, they did not, he said.

"I'm as Republican as they come," he told Fox's Bret Baier. "There's a lot I'd be willing to do for a Republican nominee for president but lie about the election is not one of those things." Richer said of the former president's claims: "It's disappointing. It's borderline dystopian. And unfortunately, when the president says something like that, it's very hard to put the genie back in the bottle."

Election officials have only found 182 potential cases of electoral fraud out of a possible 3 million, the Associated Press reported last week. The company running the audit, Cyber Ninjas, has never run an audit before and its founder Doug Logan has promoted pro-Trump conspiracy theories on social media.

Richer told Fox that a specific claim repeated by a former Trump spokesperson Liz Harrington earlier on the program was false. Harrington had claimed that Arizona ballots had been cast illegally after the deadline. Richer said: "So that's inaccurate [...] As long as they filled it out before October 15 then it's still a valid voter and that vote should count."

The audit continues as democrats, leftists, and dupes keep chanting "THERE WAS NO FRAUD - STOP THE AUDIT!"
 

marke

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Unfortunately this is what happens when you have a narcissistic man child for a president with too much power. Even when he's ousted, the residue carries on and on, especially with a gullible fan base who just continually lap it up and won't deal with the reality of events. Everyone outside of that sad little bubble knows fine well that the election was done and dusted months ago but still...
Trump was a good president. Sixties Marxist radicals who never grew up hated him for supporting American patriotism and for his massive support among so many patriotic Americans. Those commie radicals are idiots.
 

Arthur Brain

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The audit continues as democrats, leftists, and dupes keep chanting "THERE WAS NO FRAUD - STOP THE AUDIT!"
Well, no. There was no widespread fraud to start with and good for the sane republicans to admit this. About time you did as well.
 

Arthur Brain

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Trump was a good president. Sixties Marxist radicals who never grew up hated him for supporting American patriotism and for his massive support among so many patriotic Americans. Those commie radicals are idiots.
Well, no he wasn't as evidenced with his ignominious departure from the office he never should have held. He doesn't care one whit about Americans including yourself and it's sad that you still can't see through his obvious transparency. He's a narcissist, plain and simple.
 

marke

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Well, no. There was no widespread fraud to start with and good for the sane republicans to admit this. About time you did as well.
You claim there was no widespread fraud yet you cannot prove it because nobody has proven that to be true. All we have is the word of democrat crooks and liars claiming they did nothing wrong. You do not provide much of a case for your allegations.
 
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