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In order to prevent the Forensic Audit, corrupt Democrats are now threatening to destroy voting machines that will definitely cost millions for the taxpayers.

This threat is against the EAC recommendations and is being used to scare county officials.

Mainly because the one who conducted the audit of the voting equipment was “uncertified” third parties that broke the chain of custody, counties like Maricopa, Arizona, and Fulton County Pennsylvania are now planning to replace Dominion voting equipment

This chaos between these counties started after Arizona Secretary of State Katie Hobbs made a letter where she claimed that she would not certify the subpoenaed voting equipment after being returned from the audit.

Here’s the content of the said letter:

“Unfortunately, after a loss of physical custody and control, no comprehensive methods exist to fully rehabilitate the compromised equipment or provide adequate assurance that they remain safe to use.”

After this, the Maricopa County Board of Supervisors voted to replace the equipment at a $3,000,000 cost to Arizona taxpayers because the Secretary of State refused to certify the equipment for future elections.

Following Hobbs lead, and almost as if on cue, Pennsylvania Acting Secretary of State Veronica Degraffenreid decertified voting equipment in Fulton County that had also undergone an audit by a (credentialed) private company.

However, it seems that the Democrat officials never bothered to consult with the EAC or their website as the “Chain of Custody Best Practices Guide” has a section dedicated specifically to their concerns:

“When you believe the chain of custody may have been broken, it is a best practice to assess the situation completely, gather the facts and contact your attorneys, EAC labs, and your system manufacturer. A risk assessment should be performed to determine the extent of the potential harm based on your findings and final determination regarding how to proceed. After obtaining legal advice that it is safe to do so, wipe the device and reinstall the software and firmware from a trusted source. “

The EAC says that after such an event when you believe the chain of custody may have been broken, “…wipe the device and reinstall the software and firmware from a trusted source.”.  Nowhere does it say to decertify, throw away and replace.

What’s more is the two companies Maricopa County hired to audit their voting equipment aren’t certified by the EAC to perform forensic audits.  As The Gateway Pundit previously reported, the EAC doesn’t certify forensic auditors, and the ones they hired are not qualified in computer forensics as recommended by the EAC; furthermore, they literally work for the voting equipment companies.

The EAC specifically says this about forensic cybersecurity investigators: 

“Digital forensics require specialized skill sets, and the audit team should possess certifications or applicable work experience in this specialty. Industry-standard certifications are offered by organizations such as the International Association of Computer Investigative Specialists (IACIS) or the Sans Institute “

In case there is any lingering doubt, this is what left-leaning AZ Central reported about Pro V&V’s owner, Jack Cobb:

“In a U.S. District Court case out of Georgia, Cobb submitted testimony to the court on his company’s work certifying Dominion’s software.

The judge wrote in an order last year that Cobb “does not have any specialized expertise in cybersecurity testing or analysis or cybersecurity risk analysis. Further, Mr. Cobb had not personally done any of the security testing referenced in his affidavits.”

Cobb told The Republic he does not claim to be a cybersecurity expert. “I am a voting system test expert,” he said.

Before the work for the Board of Supervisors, Cobb said that he himself would do the testing in Maricopa County, along with an employee whom he declined to name or give qualifications for.”

The flawed rationale of those replacing the voting equipment is that no company is acceptable to perform a forensic audit except those unqualified test laboratories who don’t have the EAC recommended experience nor credentials. That leaves absolutely no one.  Their word or nothing.

These actions only proved that these officials are after with their malicious intent and they only gave us reason to see their own true objective.

They are threatening those who questioned the 2020 election by adding weight to the taxpayer’s expenses. Another Dems way to divert the attention of the people from what really happened during the election.

Source: The Gateway Pundit

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