Atty. Matt DePerno confirmed this morning on the Bannon War Room that there was a security breach of the registration servers in Arizona on November 3, 2020, according to Joe Hoft’s reports of The Gateway Pundit on Monday.
The Maricopa County Board of Supervisors and Maricopa County Recorder Stephen Richer, as well as the corrupt Secretary of State Katie Hobbs, were all aware of this. Hobbs and Maricopa County officials, on the other hand, kept it hidden.
Attorney Matt DePerno announced on Monday morning that a security breach of Arizona’s registration servers occurred in early November 2020, probably on Election Day.
On The War Room with Steve Bannon, DePerno made the announcement.
Secretary Katie Hobbs was aware of the breach, but she kept it hidden from the public until today. The Maricopa County Board of Supervisors was also aware of this but chose to keep it quiet.
Attorney DePerno’s assertion was denied by the Secretary of State’s office, according to Arizona reporter Garrett Archer.
Spokesperson for the Arizona Secretary of State’s office denies Gateway Pundit article of a November 3rd 2020 security breach as a “complete fabrication.”
— The AZ – abc15 – Data Guru (@Garrett_Archer) July 6, 2021
As a result, the GateWay Pundit contacted Attorney Matthew DePerno for a response. The Gateway Pundit spoke with Matthew DePerno, who said he stood by his claim. Katie Hobbs is welcome to phone him at any moment, he added.
Here is my statement on Katie Hobbs and the November 3rd hack. Per GWP, “Matt DePerno says: We stand by our report. We welcome secretary of state Hobbs to contact us at any time.”
— Mark Finchem for AZ Secretary of State (@RealMarkFinchem) July 7, 2021
And now there is more evidence to back up DePerno’s statements.
In early November, a letter was issued to a Maricopa County voter confirming that there had been a breach of election servers in Maricopa County.
Maricopa County Recorder Stephen Richer signed the letter.
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Early in November, this letter was sent out.
Officials from Maricopa County, as well as Katie Hobbs, were undoubtedly aware of the breach.
So, why were they so silent about it?