Dominion had and still has full control of the voting machines in Arizona
A full audit of the ballots and a thorough investigation of the Dominion voting machines in Maricopa County showed that the Election Board not only had no control over the voting process, but also transferred all power to a private organization.
Arizona Audit Director Ken Bennett told One America News that the Dominion is refusing to share a second password from the ‘Admin’ access to their county’s voting machines. At the same time, the Maricopa County Election Board said it had submitted all the data it had for an audit.
Moreover, Ken Bennett stated that the "administrator rights" in the operational system of the Dominion voting machines are much more extensive than those used by the Election Board and supervisors during voting and counting.
According to Bennett, the Dominion refuses to obey the order of the State Senate and provide a second password for the audit.
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