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As we reported on Saturday, pre-recount testing took place in counties around Colorado, and the test in El Paso County, CO yielded a ballot rejection rate of anywhere from 54-57%. The official narrative is that the high error rate means the machines are working, and the machine recount commenced in El Paso Sunday morning. 

Four candidates have paid the money for a machine recount of the Colorado Primary Election, including Secretary of State candidate Tina Peters whose inclusion means the recount will take place in all 64 counties.

El Paso had an early start on the other counties because their recount is more complex with four candidates, and the effort has already brought criticism. Broken box labels are ignored and watchers observed election workers modifying batch labels from June 28 to match the counts coming through the machines on July 31. 

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Speaking of Colorado, Mesa County Clerk Tina Peters has been persecuted for making an image of Dominion machines. The cornerstone of this case is that she allegedly allowed an unauthorized person to use someone else’s credentials to access the secure room. 

Interestingly, in Maricopa County, Arizona, the same thing happened – except the individual with unauthorized access wasn’t preserving records (as in the case of Peters). 

He was deleting them. Instead of handing them to auditors. Sounds like legitimate and legally sound behavior from an election official.

Reported by the Gateway Pundit, “On Saturday, it was revealed by Vanbibber that Maricopa County election Database Administrator Brian Ramirez was granted unauthorized entry to the server room on multiple occasions, and he deleted the files.”

Ramirez has an eight year tenure at the Maricopa elections office. Prior to deleting election records, he was a youth basketball coach according to his LinkedIn. His LinkedIn “Interests” include “Runbeck” and the “Federal Bureau of Investigation.”

Will the FBI take an interest in Ramirez as well now that it’s been revealed that he deleted election records in violation of the law? Don’t hold your breath. 

From the same Pundit article:
“Vanbibber: ‘So basically, you have Brian entering the server room, and remember I told you he does not have badge access. We The People actually collected server room logs from Maricopa. So I went through all this video footage and matched it with the logs. What you see is Brian has Passarelli’s card in the server room, and he also has Charles Cooley’s badge as well.’

Logan: ‘So, Brian is accessing the server room using the identities and cards of other people.’

Vanbibber then played the video of Brian Ramirez accessing the server room after he was let in by Assistant Elections Director Kristi Passarelli, at the same time that the server logs were deleted.”

Anytime anything happens with the machines they tell us human error. But a machine kicking nearly 60% of ballots to adjudication in Colorado cannot be human error. And a county official using someone else’s credentials to delete election records is human action – human something – but not error. This is intentional behavior, in violation of the statutory rules and the law.

It’s past time for us to end this charade. Abolish the machines – all of them.