What Observers Saw At The NH Audit Is Absolutely Insane! kristel May 31, 2021 Uncategorized You Might Like Many numerous actions were identified by the observers of the audit in Winham, New Hampshire and the audit team that are very suspect. One such observation is that the auditors backdated machines under review and then performed other suspicious actions. It was previously reported by The Gateway Pundit that two days ago that the three auditors selected for the Windham audit are conflicted with connections to Pelosi and Schumer. Because of these obvious conflicts, this audit was over before it started. Then earlier today we reported that in addition to conflicts and independence issues the audit has a bizarre audit plan that undermines the audit as well. Now we can report that there is evidence that the auditors in the Windham audit have backdated the election system parameters amid the audit. Populist Press reported this evening: The forensic audit in Windham, New Hampshire is over, but the momentum to keep it alive is just getting started. Late Thursday, Marilyn Todd of NH Voter Integrity Group made some bombshell discoveries. Last Friday, when the machine reports were being printed at the audit, Todd, who has kept a close watch on Hursti, took pictures of them. Late Thursday, she had the report pictures up on her computer when something earth-shattering caught her eye. She spoke about it Thursday evening in a live video with Nick Moseder, CannCon, Susan Dee Settenbrino, and Professor David Clements. The article referred to by Populist Pundit was at uncovered. This article discusses some observations made by an audit expert onsite in New Hampshire, Marilyn Todd of NH Voter Integrity Group: Todd, a financial auditor and founder of NH Voter Integrity Group, reported that activity on a computer with firmware software on it would be listed on an internal audit report. Indeed, this is the case with Windham’s machines, which are serviced and maintained by LHS Associates. Interestingly, LHS President Jeff Silvestro was present multiple days at the audit. Upon looking closer at the pictures of the machine’s audit report from May 12, Todd noticed the following specific line items among others: Line 30 – Session Start, date 5/12/21 Line 31 – Machine put in “Supervise Mode” Line 33 – Memory Card Reset Line 34 – Session Start, date 5/12/21 Line 35 – Prep for Election Line 36 – Clear Counters Line 37 – Session Start, date 11/3/20 Line 43 – Session Start, date 11/5/20 According to Todd and reported by UncoverDC, Hursti previously indicated that he would need to reset the entire memory card because it was not possible to clear the counters. Upon seeing the machine’s audit report, Todd realized that was not true, and the memory card does not need to be deleted, as Hursti insisted. This was discussed in a two-hour video with Nick Moseder, CammCon, Susan Dee Settenbrino, and Professor David Clements. The two-hour video was summarized by Moseder in the 6-minute video below and is summed up by Moseder in the following statement at the beginning of the video: If you think we had probable cause to get a statewide audit of New Hampshire before, wait till you guys get a load of this. Watch it here: Youtube Professor Clements, you might recognize me as one of the guest speakers at former Congresswoman and current Regent University Dean, Michele Bachmann’s Election Integrity Conference in March. Sources: Populist Press, The Gateway Pundit Share on Facebook Tweet Follow us Share Share Share Share Share Leave a Reply Cancel ReplyYour email address will not be published.CommentName* Email* Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.