In the New Hampshire audit, there has been a significant change.
An election integrity official now claims to have “smoking gun” evidence that the 2020 election in New Hampshire was rigged.
OANN is the source of the information. According to the report, Marylyn Todd, the founder of the New Hampshire Voter Integrity Group, has unearthed “smoking gun” evidence of election fraud in New Hampshire.
On a live stream Thursday evening, Todd said she encountered something extremely problematic about the May 12 audit report from Harri Hursti, the electronic voting security expert leading the Windham County audit.
The founder of the New Hampshire Voter Integrity Group, Marylyn Todd, claims to have unearthed “smoking gun” evidence of election fraud in the state.
Todd mentioned something really troubling about the May 12 audit report from Harri Hursti, the electronic voting security specialist handling the Windham audit, over a live webcast Thursday evening.
Hursti explained to Todd that he couldn’t delete the counters and that he had to reset the memory cards instead. Todd explained that this perplexed her because she remembered him having a “clear counter” button the whole time, thus there was no need to wipe the memory card. Hursti was then caught on tape claiming that the computer needed to be registered by November 3rd.
Hursti appeared to reset the date to Nov. 5 before publishing the report, she continued. Hursti’s actions appear to be in line with Antrim County attorney Matt Deperno’s findings.
“We can now show that after the election is done, someone…anyone really, who has access to those tabulators, can reopen the election, run more ballots through the tabulator, print off new tabulator tape with a new balance and backdate that tape to Nov. 3,” said Deperno.
Todd’s discovery backs up claims made by Stanford scholar and political analyst Jovan Pulitzer earlier last week. According to Pulitzer, auditors who would ordinarily certify faulty devices as excellent machines discovered something so obvious that they couldn’t ignore it, and this is exactly what happened in New Hampshire. “Imagine if 28% of the votes were not counted despite the fact that they were cast in the voting machines,” Pulitzer thought.
Isolated occurrences like Antrim County and Windham, according to experts, might be a harbinger of greater election integrity issues across the state and beyond.