Corrupted Maricopa County officials confessed that they deleted the election data to hide it from auditors
The fraudulent presidential elections in Maricopa County were exposed by investigator Ben Cotton. In his presentation, Cotton outlined. That a huge layer of information was removed from the servers before they were transferred to auditors.
Moreover, the auditors were able to find out the exact time intervals when these files were erased.
“We have captured screenshots of Maricopa County people at the keyboards during those time periods,” Cotton said.
Rep. Andy Biggs (R-AZ) on Thursday conducted an open questioning of Maricopa County officials who tried to convince everyone around it that this was “standard practice” and do this all the time, but could not confirm any other precedent when they actually have done the same.
“I just know that because there is limited space on these servers when you have to run another election then you have to make room for the additional election data,” Chairman Jack Sellers said.
Maricopa County admits they DELETED and moved the election data to hide it from auditors AFTER they got a subpoena— Liz Harrington (@realLizUSA) October 7, 2021
This is a total cover up, and they admit it! pic.twitter.com/W6jD2X8NwP