Arizona GOP Chair Dr. Kelli Ward released a video update on Monday morning on America’s Audit. Dr. Ward went on to explain “the big router lie” by the Maricopa County officials.
Maricopa County had 2.1 million votes in 2020 and therefore required a large system to handle them and therefore the county would need hardware routers for the election. The routers would never be used for data storage because they could not support the amount of information.
Maricopa County insisted last week they could turn over the routers because they are shared with law enforcement.
Dr. Kelli Ward explained in this video that if an election is to be certified its routers should not and could not be shared with law enforcement. This is not allowed.
BOMBSHELL update on #AmericasAudit in Maricopa County. Be sure to watch the entire report. We know you’ll be as mad as we are! AZGOP Chairwoman @kelliwardaz exposes the #BigLie as we fight for Arizona and #ElectionIntegrity pic.twitter.com/sS61FV6xiV
— Arizona Republican Party (@AZGOP) May 10, 2021
Earlier today Joe Hoft at The Gateway Pundit explained that routers show where data was sent and when it was sent and that is why Maricopa County does not want to turn over the routers.
IT EXPERT: Maricopa County Officials Refuse to Provide Routers and Passwords to Senate Auditors – They Don’t Want Public to Know Where Data Was Sent and When It Was Sent
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