Dominion appears to be admitting that they were the ones who committed a crime in deleting database directories from the voting machines in Maricopa County, Arizona, three days before the machines were handed over to auditors per a subpoena from the Arizona Senate.
The Maricopa County Board of Supervisors claimed the County did not have access to the machines or the routers used during the 2020 Election.
The voting machines provided to the auditors in Maricopa County were missing database directories that were deleted from the machines three days before the machines were turned over.
Dominion voting systems were used in the audit in Maricopa County. Dominion admits to having access to the machines because they provided this access to the auditors used by the Maricopa County Board of Supervisors a few months ago.
Since Dominion is the only entity that we are aware of which had access to the voting machines, is Dominion the one who deleted files from the machines before handing the machines to the Senate auditors? These were criminal acts.