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YESCANADIAN [S] 105 points ago +109 / -4

Summary: 2 more weeks for the routers and spunk logs (whatever the fuck that is).

Here’s the text of the agreement: https://twitter.com/ciceroconsulta1/status/1439072086220099588?s=21

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SHILL_DETECTOR 58 points ago +59 / -1

Splunk

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ebuy123 26 points ago +27 / -1

logs

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Centipe76 26 points ago +29 / -3

The sound my log makes when it hits the water in the toilet.

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CucumberExtract 8 points ago +9 / -1

Spelunking is cave diving.

Splunking is log diving.

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RiffFantastic 10 points ago +11 / -1

And Spunk is jizz.

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CucumberExtract 8 points ago +8 / -0

Please state your answer in its present participle form.

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Haitianbychoice360 3 points ago +4 / -1

Whenever I am learning a new language my eyes glaze over whenever the parts of speech are mentioned. I mean is it really necessary? Just speak!

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Les_Deplorables 1 point ago +1 / -0

Oh, my dangling participle!

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spelunking_librator 2 points ago +2 / -0

name almost checks out

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deleted 25 points ago +27 / -2
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Ballind 17 points ago +17 / -0

Well they've had a year

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deleted 7 points ago +8 / -1
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deleted 5 points ago +5 / -0
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deleted 3 points ago +3 / -0
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Magasaurus_Rex_1 3 points ago +3 / -0

It got COVID in an unprecedented breakthrough case. If only you dEpLoRaBLe tRuMpTaRdS would get vaccinated this wouldn’t have happened!

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lawlady1776 0 points ago +1 / -1

Scooobie dooobie doooo

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HunterLuvsCrack 2 points ago +2 / -0

Most secure election is history!

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BurtMcGirt 2 points ago +2 / -0

Or they only keep logs for some period of time. They will have stonewalled until the logs expired and were purged.

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WindyCityBluez 4 points ago +6 / -2

I can easily forge splunk logs if given the time. Simply purge all data, set the time back on the splunk server and rerun a simulated election. All logs will show the cleanest election in history.

Or simply run sql queries to update data sets / tables to delete what ever you know is incriminating. Delete the splunk server logs and litterally no one will ever know.

This while thing was a joke and nothing more than campaign theater for more money

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Pumpitrealgood 3 points ago +3 / -0

if they redo all the data nothing will match with the ballots invalidating the entire thing, which is what will happen anyway. SO any manipulation there invalidates it ,and besides, we already know the data won't match, so it is a lose/lose for the criminals here, and they can not claim that we have missing pieces to the puzzle. All they had was delay/delay/delay. This should never have taken this long.

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WindyCityBluez 3 points ago +3 / -0

The people in power know that elections are stolen because they stole them. Trump winning was a miracle. The polls had him so far behind that they only thought they needed to cheat a little bit. 2020 came and they went full out.

I thought they were gonna go all out and do some crazy psyop before midterms to distract people. I'm a fucking retard cause look at California, they pumped in millions of fake votes and the republican candidate just whitsled on home. What the fuck.

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Pumpitrealgood 1 point ago +2 / -1

Most likely elders was just a plant, controlled opposition in CA. at least that is the vibes I get. This guy came out of nowhere, suddenly a saviour of CA, yeah right.

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TopperBlack 2 points ago +2 / -0

Splunk

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SHILL_DETECTOR 1 point ago +1 / -0

Splooge

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TopperBlack 1 point ago +1 / -0

Thank you!!!

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YoureMyFavPerson 29 points ago +30 / -1

Splunk is a log analysis tool. Basically each machine sends their logs to its central database. Centralized reports can then be generated.

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Willholbert09 7 points ago +7 / -0

and the logs can be filtered and deleted.

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Willholbert09 2 points ago +5 / -3

splunk is a log server. you don't have to manage anything on the actual routers and switches.. you only have to manage the log server.. and the output. If you think that server logs cannot be manipulated by the feds/CIA/NSA then I am not sure you know the ballgame.

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mintyfresh 6 points ago +6 / -0

You can tell who works in the biz and who doesn't, a few posts ago. 👍

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jml1997 3 points ago +3 / -0

So you're saying there's still a chance to be manipulated 😐

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that1guy1981 2 points ago +2 / -0

Manually editing the logs, is damn near impossible. One would need administrative access, and would need specialty tools. It can be done, but it is often very difficult for hackers because the log servers are often very different credentials, and the only permissions granted to devices is write-only. So yes would be time consuming, and to make sure you got away with it and did it perfect, you might need a team of people, and a month or so people double checking your tool assisted edits.

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Willholbert09 -1 points ago +3 / -4

sure, you worked FOR the law..

millisecond accuracy is not the point. they can filter based on criteria.. and delete log entries that are incriminating. Do you really not think that FBI/CIA/NSA does not have people capable to deal with disagreeable Splunk logs. And on top of that Splunk themselves are a silicon valley log data factory. Do you not think they are implicit? Or even if not, that they will not be pressured to remove incriminating evidence? I am not even joking about any of this.

*edit - I am sure SNMP and router var/tech files were deleted months ago.. I am hoping for the best on these audits.. but expecting the worst. *

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Thewickersnipper 6 points ago +7 / -1

Spunk logs 🤣. I knew those would come in handy one day.

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bill_in_texas 5 points ago +5 / -0

I really didn't need to know anymore about the sex lives of Barack and Michael, but here we are.....

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ebuy123 4 points ago +4 / -0

michaels boyfriend on the side at the gym has entered the chat

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Cali_kid 3 points ago +3 / -0

It will slowly get to 1 more administration

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TheGreenDragon 55 points ago +56 / -1

they had them long enough to destroy what was on them

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FUCKCHINA1776 21 points ago +22 / -1

Exactly. LIke WTF. They sterilized them by now. Who even cares.

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IWanttotalknow 32 points ago +32 / -0

They are very, very, very difficult to fake.

And if they're blank / empty / wiped - that's a very strong point in our favor. Sterilization of any kind would be a red flag of the highest order. People ignore lots of things, but the more points in our favor, the better the chances of something not being ignored.

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malkontent2024 21 points ago +21 / -0

In a sane world deleting evidence is admission of guilt. We dont live in a sane world. Guarantee they are deleted. At least the incriminating parts.

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AbrahamLincoln 2 points ago +4 / -2

They don't need to fake anything. Just destroy all the records and say oops. And then nothing will happen to them, just like every single other time dems did the exact same thing.

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IWanttotalknow 11 points ago +13 / -2

I disagree. Your response is what demoralization looks like.

Things change. Oops, we lost the records only works so many times - whether it’s 10 times or 582 times.

What changes then? The people involved. Public pressure rises, more people wake up, news changes a little bit, etc and then comes time #583 and for some reason it gets through that time.

The failure only comes from giving up.

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Ballind 1 point ago +5 / -4

They wiped the fucking voting machines without consequence. This will be no different unless regular people pick up rifles this time

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IvankasBathWater 7 points ago +7 / -0

Like with a cloth?

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MehNahMehNah 4 points ago +4 / -0

With a cloth oops

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Easter_Bunny 4 points ago +4 / -0

Forge? Yes they're (potentially) difficult to forge.

Destroy? It's pretty easy to destroy them.

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Bump 29 points ago +30 / -1

Freudian slip there Wendy 😂😂😂

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DroolBuckets 15 points ago +15 / -0

Splunk, not spunk, lol.

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SHILL_DETECTOR 7 points ago +9 / -2

I routed u moms and gave her spunk logs...

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leakmouth 3 points ago +3 / -0

Is the username “spunklog” taken yet?

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SHILL_DETECTOR 2 points ago +2 / -0

I dont know?....

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DJT2020 11 points ago +11 / -0

Saw a post an hour ago that they made a deal and the routers weren’t being turned over. Someone’s wrong?

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PorchLightOn 12 points ago +12 / -0

I don't think Wendy's being very accurate; here's the statement from Karen Fann:

“Under threat of losing hundreds of millions of dollars in revenue sharing, today Maricopa County settled with the State Senate, in a victory for election integrity and the Arizona taxpayer. The agreement sets up a Special Master paid for by the County, who will get the answers to questions the Senate has had concerning the routers and splunk logs used in the 2020 election. Former Congressman John Shadegg will serve as the Special Master, working with computer technology experts. The Senate will finally get the answers to questions asked for in subpoenas issued to the County months ago.

In addition, the County has agreed to drop its notice of claim of $2.8 million to replace election equipment delivered to the Senate as required in the January subpoena. Experts have told us there is nothing that has been compromised or damaged by the audit, and the Secretary of State failed to follow procedures regarding decertifying the machines. There is no reason taxpayers should be on the hook for purchasing unnecessary new election equipment.

I look forward to getting our final questions answered and wrapping up the review of the election in Maricopa County.”

It sounds like the Senate and auditors may be able to get answers to the questions they have, using this process, but in the MCBOS meeting it was very clear that the routers and logs are not to be handed over to the auditors directly.

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maga_mama_757 5 points ago +5 / -0

Here is Fann's tweet, to add to the confusion:

"HUGE win for the Az Senate today! Maricopa settlement gives us all the data needed to complete the review of the routers & splunk log to the most comprehensive election audit in history. We got everything we need and more. Maricopa County goes home with its tail between its legs."

But from the Maricopa BoS, sounds like you're right- Cyber Ninjas don't get them. Who is the independent third party?

"NEW: Board votes to approve an agreement with the AZ Senate that keeps county routers & other sensitive materials out of the hands of Cyber Ninjas. The agreement also protects taxpayers and ends a legal dispute over the Senate’s ongoing election review.

"Per Chairman @jacksellers: "The Cyber Ninjas will never be able to touch the routers or access our data. An independent third party can confirm what we've always said: the election equipment was not connected to the internet and no vote switching occurred."

Full agreement:

https://t.co/FcyCsjZSLP?amp=1

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ebuy123 9 points ago +9 / -0

i dont like this agreement. it's a process outside the control of anyone except the "special master" who can and will take a long time to do this wacky process. the county was about to be forced to turn over the subpoenaed materials or face consequences of losing millions in funding. they had them in a corner.

now this special master can withhold information, then selectively agree with the county and blow up the audit results. if nothing else everything from the routers is going to be delayed for months. i cant see how this helps.

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okayfilet 4 points ago +4 / -0

If this Special Master is a swamp creature, which is likely, it would explain that Maricopa "caved". It's the senate that caved because the subpoenas won't be enforced.

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ebuy123 3 points ago +3 / -0

i did some searches on him last night. could be based, not alot of recent action. just his lack of involvement in the last 10 years makes him less swampy.

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p8riot 2 points ago +2 / -0

I saw he's a McCain guy

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Pumpitrealgood 2 points ago +2 / -0

just two more weeks, or in this case two months. A complete farce, but we need to keep pushing and wear them out completely.

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ebuy123 2 points ago +2 / -0

two more centuries but we may be in for a surprise. i think we are. here's why:

i dont like it either, but there is a solid chance the AG has been coordinating with the senate and accepting the audit results for the last few months. at least since he has been involved. he IS backing up their subpoenas. he knows what he needs to pursue criminal referrals based on the audit report.

this doesnt really change anything, we just seem to not have all the information.

i'll stay optimistic until we get the whole (or closer to it) picture.

my gut feeling now, after sleeping on it, is the AG & senate do not need this information, at least not right now. it basically puts it on a shelf to deal with later without making the next big battle over "getting routers" when they already have what they need from the audit report.

keeping in mind, all the senate needs is what the AG needs to proceed criminally (urgently needed to validate the audit report to the country) and since the county is responding in this settlement to pressure the AG directly put on them, thats why its being settled all of this action is outside the judicial branch, no judge made the county comply with this settlement, it seems like its likely the AG has what he needs to make his case without the routers and logs at all.

lots of speculation but it feels correct. we'll know more based on the AG's responses to the audit on friday. that's the real battle not the routers and logs.

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PapaPepe 8 points ago +8 / -0

Independent third party probably means a subgroup of dominion.

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maga_mama_757 7 points ago +7 / -0

Lol. Would be typical!

Here is what Sen Kelly Townsend had to say, she mentions the third party:

"Okay I have an update. It appears that this guy who tweeted about the situation (Data Guru) was not accurate. What this settlement is, is that the County Supervisors will give the Splunk logs and the routers over to a third party, a trusted source which is a former Congressman in Arizona, John Shadegg. Then cyber ninjas will be able to get everything that they want from him. So he is basically a caretaker of the data/ trusted 3rd party and we will still have access, so this is actually a win for us. We will have the information from both the routers and the splunk logs. I apologize for the blood pressure spike and let's see what we get out of this."

https://t.me/KellyTownsend/594

I should add that it seems like everyone is still trying to make sense of this agreement and I'm not sure who has it right. Both the Senate AND the Maricopa BoS are calling it a victory. 🤷‍♀️

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PorchLightOn 5 points ago +5 / -0

I think Fann is trying to correct a lot of initial wrong impressions. Kelly Townsend fell for misinformation from Garrett Archer (ABC) and did a stupid tweet that lead off with, "Bad news, folks..." and got everybody all upset.

ABC news is already spinning this as a win for the County. Let the spin wars begin!

Wendy's first tweet (before she got filled in) sounded a little panicked, too. Seems a little odd that none of them knew about the details of the agreement (Wendy is on the Senate Judiciary committee.) I kinda thought the info release wasn't handled very well, but I'm hoping Fann is right, and this is a win for the Senate.

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ebuy123 4 points ago +4 / -0

this is a win for the county. i wish it wasnt, but it is. no idea why anyone from the senate would agree to give the county this lifeline. even if wasnt a clear win and i think it is a clear win for the county, their media (which is all mass media) can easily make the argument this was a win.

that audit report now has the burden of outshining this media win for the county.

this also really prevents the state AG from being as aggressive as he could have been otherwise based on 1) finding of the audit results next friday 2) the blatant non-compliance of the valid subpoenas from the senate 3) the interference in the overall audit project (which doesnt exist now because they agreed to settle per that agreement making the senate a party to any harm to the public as a result of the county's delay of the splunk logs and routers)

strategically i actually really dont like what the senate just did and they are going to pay a political price for it. people are going to be pissed. this comes off terribly and it will only get worse. i hope i am wrong.

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maga_mama_757 2 points ago +2 / -0

I wish I didn't, but I have to agree with you. I see this as (mostly) a win for the county no matter how confident a message Rogers and Fann have put out there. I'm extremely disappointed. I get that his battle has dragged on for a long time and I'm sure they were ready for it to end, but this isn't a fair compromise, if that's what they were looking to do.

I'm wondering if Brnovich passed along some kind of message to the Senate and/or the BoS urging them to end this stalemate so that he wouldn't need to be involved any further. Obviously that is just speculation but the Senate, despite the many delays, have up to this point seemed like fighters to me, willing to 'go the distance.' This seems out of character. (Or maybe I'm just naive.)

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ebuy123 1 point ago +1 / -0

i dont like it either, but there is a solid chance the AG has been coordinating with the senate and accepting the audit results for the last few months. at least since he has been involved. he IS backing up their subpoenas. he knows what he needs to pursue criminal referrals based on the audit report.

this doesnt really change anything, we just seem to not have all the information.

i'll stay optimistic until we get the whole (or closer to it) picture.

my gut feeling now, after sleeping on it, is the AG & senate do not need this information, at least not right now. it basically puts it on a shelf to deal with later without making the next big battle over "getting routers" when they already have what they need from the audit report.

keeping in mind, all the senate needs is what the AG needs to proceed criminally (urgently needed to validate the audit report to the country) and since the county is responding in this settlement to pressure the AG directly put on them, thats why its being settled all of this action is outside the judicial branch, no judge made the county comply with this settlement, it seems like its likely the AG has what he needs to make his case without the routers and logs at all.

lots of speculation but it feels correct. we'll know more based on the AG's responses to the audit on friday. that's the real battle not the routers and logs.

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maga_mama_757 2 points ago +2 / -0

All good points. The Senate was ready to move forward with releasing the results on the 24th before this agreement was made. So some kind of conclusion, or at least some data, was able to be presented without the logs or the routers. There is still optimism to be found there.

Thank you for your perspective!

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maga_mama_757 3 points ago +3 / -0

I really hope so. (I edited my comment above to include the BoS response.)

And yep, sounds like they are off on a spin race. I guess we will have to wait until the 24th to see how this plays out!

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PorchLightOn 4 points ago +4 / -0

Thanks for the link to the full agreement, maybe we can figure this out now.

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ebuy123 3 points ago +3 / -0

in the agreement..... look at all the required endless secrecy. the senate is setting a precedent to accept whatever the 'special master' tells them is true. there will be no copies of any data--ever, to be shared with the senate to back up the claims of the special master. the special master will hire "1 to 3" computer experts at their sole discretion. why dont they know how many? why cant the senate question their bias or credentials? this is an agreement to insure the county can hide anything they want hidden from the routers/logs, and put out whatever fake results they want the special master to release.

even if the special master finds horrific evidence of fraud and wants to tell the world, the county is permitted here to object to it being released.... but even if it was released this agreement says he can't share the data proving his claim anyway.

if there's a black and white crime detected (very unlikely) maybe the special master can share that data with the attorney general but nothing is really ever that black and white. the special master would need to make the case for the attorney general, but he's restricted from using the actual evidence to do that--- he cant release it!

the way this is written the 1 to 3 computer experts (chosen exclusively by the special master) will be the only ones to actually see the router and log data.

also why is the agreement limited to no later than November 20th, 2020 when we know logs were wiped in march 2021?

this is a poor agreement. no idea why this happened. maybe they really dont need this information to prove the fraud, but it will be a PR win instead of a PR disaster for the county. dammit where are the good lawyers in AZ

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PorchLightOn 4 points ago +4 / -0

there will be no copies of any data--ever, to be shared with the senate to back up the claims of the special master.

I'm confused by this too. My thought was, if there's to be no copying of data, what does the audit team have to present as court evidence? The MCBOS has made it well known they intend to take the results to court.

But I also just saw this tweet by Sonny Borrelli: "And more to the point, that this [agreement] will protect the chain of custody and preserve potential evidence."

I think he's trying to make the point that if Cyber Ninjas/CyFIR never take possession of the routers, the County can't claim that they contaminated or changed the data. I wouldn't put anything past the MCBOS; maybe this is a valid point?

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ebuy123 3 points ago +3 / -0

we'll know more in the next few days

  1. i do trust sonny borrelli and he is an attorney. protecting the chain of custody as evidence makes sense, but this agreement acknowledges the routers & logs arent subject to subpoena-- by the way i am reading it. if there's a crime detected the attorney general can pursue whatever he wants, but it's as if the senate is agreeing they have no right to the routers & logs for their own civil claims or desire to inspect them at will. and what about the next election? bad precedent

  2. its a valid point that if the computer guys hired by the special master find something then no one can blame the senate. but, nothing stops the county from disputing the findings.

  3. i'm hoping the audit report for 9/24 is so damning the senate really doesnt need the routers, logs or anything else. if true, having the county agree to inspection even by the special master would be a plus because it establishes some authority and process legitimizing senate oversight. but that audit report needs to be absolutely killer. it better be

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PorchLightOn 4 points ago +4 / -0

I have to agree with you; I don't like that this agreement means that the Senate agrees that the County has fully complied with the Senate's outstanding subpoenas, either. I guess that's the nature of a settlement type of agreement; both sides give up things in order to end a situation that neither one of them wants to continue.

I wish I didn't have the sense that Fann wants this stand off to end as much as the County does (but I have a sneaking suspicion that's true.) My hope is that Fann knows exactly what information they need from the routers and logs, to fill in the missing pieces of the audit. If she does know that, and knows this complicated and lawyerly process will allow them to get the answers they need, maybe it's not a bad agreement.

The only thing I think I differ with you on is the PR angle. The media is going to denigrate the entire audit as a complete sham, no matter what the report says. No matter how killer it is; they've already written their narrative. My own take is we can't let propaganda activists define what a "win" looks like, because that's giving them power unnecessarily.

But I do agree that the report needs to be generally understandable and convincing to the portion of the country that's still asleep at the wheel, or undecided. It needs to make sense to the people. I'm just on a bit of a personal quest to stop being cowed by what the activist media will say; I already know their corrupt plan.

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ebuy123 3 points ago +3 / -0

the media will attack the audit report, 100%. i think they can claim a big win over the router data and the logs. that's really a legit win to me anyway. that helps them with their spin against the audit report overall.

my gut feeling is the attorney general who legitimized the senate subpoenas likely pressured the senate into the terms of the settlement. he had all the enforcement power here.

one very suspicious thing. why cant they look at router data after november 20th? we all know the logs were wiped on the dominion machines in march, months later. and i think registered voters were changed/deleted December 1st, or around there.

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maga_mama_757 2 points ago +2 / -0

I don't like it either. Both sides are spinning it as a huge victory but from what I can understand of this, the senate isn't getting much out of it that they wanted. The 'independend third party' or 'special master' terms are secretive and very odd.

The senate was set to release the results on the 24th before this agreement came out, however. That gives me a little hope that they have something to present without needing the splunk logs or router. And who knows, maybe this special master dude will surprise us.

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DJT2020 3 points ago +3 / -0

That’s what I had read. Thanks Pede.

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Chew_Monster 6 points ago +6 / -0

So much fuckery everywhere

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ebuy123 3 points ago +3 / -0

senate made an unnecessary dumb deal

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Tenspot20 10 points ago +12 / -2

That is not a victory!

Release The Unedited Audit!

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VarusSPQR 9 points ago +12 / -3

I'm telling you, with all sincerity......none of us are ever seeing anything come of this.

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AbrahamLincoln 8 points ago +8 / -0

In before the routers were smashed with hammers 7 months ago.

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Sempiternus 6 points ago +6 / -0

Maybe this is hopeful thinking, but I think maybe Maricopa got wind of what is in the coming report. I think the 2020 fraud was multifaceted, and I don't think any of the minions on the ground understood all that was being done to cheat. I think that may explain the sudden change. Maybe?

I was feeling down thinking the timing of the release was a Friday news dump (meaning the Senate was trying to minimize something embarrassing), but now I am a little hopeful.

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havemydata 5 points ago +8 / -3

So now we get to start this whole thing over again. Man ain't fundraising wild.

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BasedNtruth 4 points ago +7 / -3

All theater

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shadows_of_the_mind 5 points ago +8 / -3

RELEASE THE MCFUCKIN AUDIT ALREADY

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Rob2225 5 points ago +5 / -0

The BOS has negotiated in bad faith before. It is logical they are negotiating in bad faith now.

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Ez_mac 5 points ago +13 / -8

I’m sick of this bitch.

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ezekielBulver -1 points ago +5 / -6

Lul losers complaining and doing nothing.

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Ez_mac 5 points ago +10 / -5

She’s doing nothing but dragging chumps like you along for the grift. We’ll be here four years from now and people like you will keep saying “two weeks”

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ezekielBulver 0 points ago +5 / -5

Lul you are undoubtedly a child or a fool.

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ThrushLimbald 2 points ago +3 / -1

Court is now in Sessions!

The Barr is set!

Cocaine Mitch!

The Pence Defense!

Kavanaugh likes beer!

How many times before you learn? Lmao.

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ezekielBulver 1 point ago +2 / -1

Learn what? Lul

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Wilson 4 points ago +4 / -0

Ahhh yes ..... SPUNK 💦

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SCShivers 4 points ago +6 / -2

Summary: Maricopa acts ike it caved, when in reality it made sure all the evidence on the routers and spunk logs were erased/overwritten. Once they were sure of it they decided to cave and hand them over.

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ErockHawk 4 points ago +5 / -1

HOLY SHIT YOU GUYS A SPUNK LOG JUST FLEW OVER MY HOUSE AHHHHHHHH

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Ic3D 4 points ago +5 / -1

Leak the fucking report stop with all the hope BS

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Grief 3 points ago +4 / -1

Awesome... They give the county a win and find another reason to delay the audit report. Why the hell would they let Maricopa off the hook when they had them by their balls with the threat of losing money.

For the record... Her tweet is full of shit. Cyber Ninjas don't get to see anything.

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Wtfblake 3 points ago +3 / -0

Splunk is good. Very good

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Alpha_Lemming 3 points ago +3 / -0

Sp"L"unk logs. Splunk logs..

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GenadderallPatton 3 points ago +5 / -2

Spunky splunk logs gonna have to push that report back 2 ➕/➖ more weeks

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finscreenname 2 points ago +2 / -0

So the new hard drivers came in from China?

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Registered 2 points ago +2 / -0

Summary: Saying "We won" on Twitter is meaningless.

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NoComment 2 points ago +3 / -1

Those routers have already been lobotomized.

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MrMcGreenGenes 2 points ago +2 / -0

Spunkdillyicious?

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PonySoldier66 2 points ago +2 / -0

heh. heh eh. she said "spunk logs"

hehehehehe.

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magapotus 2 points ago +2 / -0

After all the data is destroyed.

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overblod 2 points ago +2 / -0

*splunk, no spunk.

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RichardNoggin 2 points ago +2 / -0

Damn, you think maybe they've had time to destroy/alter evidence in NINE DAMN MONTHS

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TheRealJaredHolt 2 points ago +2 / -0

How much evidence was destroyed in that time i wonder

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Ep1ctetus 1 point ago +1 / -0

Splunk

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Arwyn3x 1 point ago +3 / -2

And will that be just in time for you all to delay the release of what information you already have, Col. Rogers?

Col. Rogers, you and your fellows got us to donate money and support your political ambitions by calling the AZ Audit the People's Audit. So let go of that information, and I call on you personally to make sure it is un-censored.

Our time is running short, we need time to discover and discuss the vulnerabilities in our elections. Then put our heads together to determine the best language to codify that remedial action and then to DICTATE the information to our State Legislatures.

And yes, you read that right, I wrote DICTATE.

You all forget who you work for, but don't forget that Our Constitution recognizes our Right to dissolve the Government we formed and re-form another re-dedicated to the Representative Government is meant to be -

peacefully.

That means no resistance from people who swore an oath to uphold the U.S. Constitution.

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Sylvester1212 1 point ago +1 / -0

If the cops had given me this much time instead of kicking in my door at 4am I'm sure I wouldn't have had any evidence left to collect either. What a joke this has become.

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MrCripple 1 point ago +3 / -2

Another two weeks! Trust the plan.

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NecroDoge 1 point ago +2 / -1

TWO MORE WEEKS

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Polks_Corps 1 point ago +1 / -0

Splunk

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Easter_Bunny 1 point ago +1 / -0

It's Splunk LOL

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YN31964 1 point ago +1 / -0

Most of us will die of old age before the AZ audit is finished.

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2224522 1 point ago +1 / -0

Awesome this is huge!!!!! Well done Arizona Senate!!!!

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Gopher1 1 point ago +1 / -0

Spunk log is what I call the notches on my bedpost.

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Bot-not1 1 point ago +1 / -0

Geraldo learned his lesson when he hyped Al Capone's vault. I hope Wendy is not about to learn hers...

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j4ckp0t 1 point ago +1 / -0

LoL splunk is a third party logging tool that can easily be manipulated. What a joke.

What's going to be on the routers fucking 8 months later??

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Patriot9 1 point ago +2 / -1

happening in just two weeks

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_Edgecrusher_ 1 point ago +2 / -1

Fucking Tom Cruise wannabe, keep delaying the audits like Top Gun 2