Maricopa County Audit Allegedly Reveals a Directory of Election Databases Were Suspiciously Deleted Before Audit Commenced
The individuals conducting the audit in Maricopa County have reported that a directory of election databases were suspiciously deleted before the audit was scheduled to take place.
The frame job may be in after the federal Department of Justice (DOJ) issued a letter to lawmakers in Arizona threatening them about compromised ballots.
The DOJ is claiming that the auditors may be violating civil rights law because ensuring electoral integrity could offend the delicate sensibilities of minority voters.
Big League Politics reported on the shameful overreach by DOJ thugs in enforcing their election fraud cover-up:
“The Department of Justice (DOJ) sent a threatening letter to Arizona senate president Karen Fann (R-Prescott) on Wednesday, who is leading efforts to audit ballots in Maricopa County.
“The Department has reviewed available information, including news reports and complaints regarding the procedures being used for this audit,” the DOJ wrote in the letter. “The information of which we are aware raises concerns regarding at least two issues of potential non-compliance with federal laws enforced by the Department.”
The DOJ is concerned that a private firm is auditing the ballots. It is in their best interests to make sure that nobody – other than perhaps their bought-and-paid-for deep state “experts” – can get a hold of any information that could be used to expose the election fraud cover-up raging since November.
“We have a concern that Maricopa County election records, which are required by federal law to be retained and preserved, are no longer under the ultimate control of elections officials, are not being adequately safeguarded by contractors, and are at risk of damage or loss,” the DOJ wrote.
The feds are setting the stage to throw specious charges at investigators and cast doubt on the findings of the audit with this intimidating letter.
“Past experience with similar investigative efforts around the country has raised concerns that they can be directed at minority voters, which potentially can implicate the anti-intimidation prohibitions of the Voting Rights Act. Such investigative efforts can have a significant intimidating effect on qualified voters that can deter them from seeking to vote in the future,” the DOJ wrote, shamelessly playing the race card to impede the investigation.”
If the Democrats had nothing to hide, they would not be doing everything in their power to stop transparency. The Maricopa County audit could be the key to exposing what may be the greatest crime in U.S. history.