Maricopa County Election Witness Tells of Shenanigans in 2020 Ballot Count
An Arizona elections witness named Jan Bryant recently appeared on Steve Bannon’s War Room (video below) to discuss what she saw in Maricopa County during the 2020 election. And what she had to say should raise red flags for any American — regardless of political party affiliation.
The 2020 presidential election continues to hold a major question mark for many voters who feel the election was stolen for (and by) the Biden campaign. Yet Democrats and the liberal mainstream media simply dismiss these voters as sore losers and their questions as baseless conspiracy theories. But as more information comes to light, it is becoming obvious that there were clear irregularities at various polling places.
Case in point: Jan Bryant — who testified before the Arizona legislature back on November 30 (video below) — told state lawmakers then that Maricopa County officials did not run the election; Dominion employees did. Furthermore, she stated that county officials and election observers never had access to the Dominion machines because only Dominion employees had the passwords.
Bryant is not just any witness, either. She holds an MBA and retired from a major utility company, where, as an IT project manager, she oversaw multimillion-dollar technology. Clearly, she has some idea of security protocols where networks are concerned.
Bryant testified that she volunteered at multiple voting centers but mostly at the Maricopa County Tabulation and Election Center (MCTEC), where she spent six days as an observer. In her testimony, Bryant said of the tabulation equipment used to count the ballots and determine the results of the votes cast in Maricopa County, “Dominion employees were the only ones that were running any of that equipment.”
She also testified:
I was in the tabulation center six different days. Day and night shifts. And no county employees, no IT people, no one else was touching any of the software. They (Dominion) did all the training for the adjudicators, they ran all the reports. And so I brought this up on my very first day in the room. I said this doesn’t seem right, as a person with my background. Never in a million years would I turn my company’s most important things over to someone else. And there’s only two guys (Dominion’s Bruce & John) and they had control of everything.
But as bad as all of that is — and it is plenty bad — Bryant went on to explain what she called “the biggest issue” she had with everything she saw:
When I came in [to MCTEC] on Tuesday and walked around where they were doing the hand entry of ballots, I noticed that laptop sitting there and [Dominion employee] John was working on it. It’s not a secure room if you’re bringing a laptop in and out of a room. Who knows what happened there. Every one of the 50 desktops that were in there had a row of USB ports on the side of it. So I get very angry when I hear some of our leader here saying “Oh, it’s secure. Nothing can get in or out.” That’s not true. I will tell you that is probably the biggest issue that I had.
That testimony was months ago, and while Maricopa County has undertaken a full hand recount and audit of the ballots and voting machines, liberal politicians and media alike act as if there is nothing to see here, folks. CBS News, for instance, is reporting on the audit as if it makes no sense at all. In fact, CBS News accuses those who want the audit and recount of being “conspiracy theorists.” The word “conspiracy” appears four times in the article and always in the context of baseless theorizing.
But remember, Bryant was there when the votes were being counted. Well, sort of. Because there was the time — on election day — when Dominion employees rebooted the machines and sent everyone else home.
Nothing to see here, folks.
Bryant discussed that and other troubling tidbits in a recent appearance on Bannon’s show.
In that appearance, Bryant says, “One of the things that made me the most nervous early, was on election day. We had a full room of people — volunteers and employees — there doing the tabulation and adjudication, and at three o’clock, they rebooted the servers and no one would tell us why.” She says that right after that, Dominion employees “sent everyone home,” adding, “On election day, you wouldn’t think that would happen and [county] employees didn’t seem to know what was happening; Dominion employees just called it and said, ‘Hey, go home. We’re going to have to reboot.’”
Let all of that sink in.
Dominion employees — who were running the show and were the only ones able to access the machines counting the votes and were using a laptop in the room where those votes were being counted — sent volunteers and county employees home to reboot the servers that were counting the votes.
It looks as though there is something to see here.
As stated early in this article, what Bryant has said should raise red flags for any American — regardless of political party affiliation. Voters should demand recounts and audits because their votes are the way they make their voices heard in the direction of the country. Republicans should demand recounts and audits because it appears they were robbed. Since Democrats are the ones accused of doing the robbing, they should — if innocent of those accusations — demand recounts and audits.
It shocks the senses and stretches incredulity to the edges of the Twilight Zone to imagine that Democrats would fight to stop recounts and audits because they know they won fair and square. If they did win fair and square, they would have nothing to hide. Acting as if they have something to hide sure makes them look guilty. It reminds this writer of a Russian proverb President Ronald Reagan was fond of: “Doveryay, no proveryay” or “Trust, but verify.”
In God we trust. Everyone else keep your hands where we can see them. That goes double for anyone counting votes.
Published at Wed, 12 May 2021 02:24:22 +0000
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