Former Arizona AG Slams Cyber Ninjas ‘Grift’ In Botched Vote Audit

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A former Arizona Republican legal professional general attacked the Cyber Ninjas enterprise on Saturday for engineering a vote audit “grift” in the condition.

The partisan enterprise, employed by the state’s Republican-run Senate, has confirmed that Joe Biden won the presidential election — exactly as state officials established soon after a selection of recounts soon following the vote. But Donald Trump carries on to rail towards the “fake news” for reports of the findings.

Former AG Grant Woods claimed on CNN that he was amazed how “100% incompetent the operation” by the inexperienced company was. But he’s persuaded executing a competent career was hardly ever actually the position.

“They’re in it for the revenue,” he said. “It is a grift. There’s a whole lot of grifters we have been uncovered to. I was legal professional normal for many years. I dealt with grifters each and every working day. This is how they act.” (Check out the video over.)

Woods believes the Ninjas will now test the similar procedure in other states.

“You would think they’d say this didn’t function out, we’ll go property, experience terrible about what took place — no, they are not. They by no means give up,” Woods said. “They transfer to the up coming mark. The future marks are the [other] states.”

Trump is insisting the Ninjas located “anomalies” in a amount of votes at minimum “four times” better than the amount he shed to Biden. But problems raised in the report geared up by the Ninjas have presently been shot down by election officials as the naive, partisan issues of an inexperienced firm with no actual information of the ballot course of action.

For instance, the Cyber Ninjas insisted that information experienced been deleted. None have been deleted, in accordance to election officers, nevertheless some are archived, which the corporation didn’t hassle to seek out.

“The Cyber Ninjas’ opinions come from a misuse and misunderstanding of the data provided by the county and are twisted to match the narrative that some thing went incorrect,” Maricopa County Board Chairman Jack Sellers reported in a assertion soon after the company’s 3-hour presentation of its report.

He explained Senate Republicans enabling the company to increase the issues absolutely unchallenged in a hearing Friday was “irresponsible and risky.”

17,000 copy ballot envelopes?
All of the figures floating around the online currently?

County officials have explanations, and are reiterating once again that they feel the AZ Senate’s contractors simply just experienced no strategy what they were being doing.

— Jen Fifield (@JenAFifield) September 25, 2021

At the stop of the Ninjas’ presentation, Republican Maricopa County Recorder Stephen Richer told The Arizona Republic that he was contemplating: “What was the complete stage of this?”

Critics complained that the audit — commonly recognized as the “fraudit” — was so slipshod, with a sloppy chain of custody, that many ballots could have been dumped or altered. 

The operation was suspect from the start out. The corporation is headed by a QAnon conspiracy theorist who was confident before the operation began that “hundreds of thousands” of votes would be found for Trump. Ballots have been bizarrely examined for traces of bamboo in a bid to prove the Chinese hacked the votes. And truckloads of voter details were spirited away to a cabin in Montana woods, 1,300 miles from exactly where votes had been forged. The audit was supposed to be finished in May perhaps.

Surprisingly, in a message Friday, Trump himself referred to the Cyber Ninjas’ procedure as a “fraudit.”

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