"Running for a political office was not exactly the path DePerno expected he would be taking at this point in his career, but after watching the lawless and corrupt actions of Michigans Attorney General, Dana Nessel during excessive COVID lockdowns and in the aftermath of Michigan’s corrupt elections, DePerno felt compelled run for the state’s chief law enforcement officer."
BREAKING: President Trump Gives Antrim Co. Lawyer Matt DePerno Highly Coveted Endorsement For MI Attorney General
Constitutional Attorney, Matt DePerno is a devout Christian, a devoted husband and father, an American patriot, and a hero. Today, he got the highly coveted, well-deserved endorsement of America’s most powerful Republican, President Donald J. Trump:
Super Lawyer Matthew DePerno is running for Attorney General in the Great State of Michigan. He has defended the Constitution for 20 years and has been on the front lines pursuing fair and accurate elections, as he relentlessly fights to reveal the truth about the Nov. 3rd Presidential Election Scam.
Dana Nessel, the Radical Left, and the RINOs are targeting Matt because he gets results and has exposed so much Voter Fraud in Antrim County, and many more places, in the 2020 Election. He will never give up, and that’s why they absolutely cannot stand him!
Matt will properly enforce the laws for everyone—unlike what the out-of-control Radical Left Prosecutors are doing now. He will always defend our under siege Second Amendment, loves our Military and our Vets, and will restore Law and Order in the face of rampant and record-setting crime in Michigan. Matt DePerno has my Complete and Total Endorsement. He will never let you down!
100 Percent Fed Up reports – On July 15, Matt DePerno of DePerno Law announced that he was running for Michigan Attorney General. Running for a political office was not exactly the path DePerno expected he would be taking at this point in his career, but after watching the lawless and corrupt actions of Michigans Attorney General, Dana Nessel during excessive COVID lockdowns and in the aftermath of Michigan’s corrupt elections, DePerno felt compelled run for the state’s chief law enforcement officer.
"In his technical analysis, CyFIR founder Ben Cotton maintained the EMS server was connected to the internet February 1 and SQL logs indicated election records were wiped that day right before two audits were due to begin on February 2...Cyber Ninjas founder Doug Logan confirmed this finding of the forensic audit."
Forensic auditors: Maricopa County election database wiped one day before audit
Cyber security contractors said an administrator account deleted the entire Maricopa County general election results the day before the audit began. Digital forensic auditors Ben Cotton and Doug Logan presented their findings to Arizona Senate President Karen Fann in Phoenix on Friday.
In his technical analysis, CyFIR founder Ben Cotton maintained the EMS server was connected to the internet February 1 and SQL logs indicated election records were wiped that day right before two audits were due to begin on February 2.
“There’s also a correlation to the purging of the database. It’s the day before the audit,” he announced. “Almost the same time exactly. Obviously, this requires an explanation.”
Cyber Ninjas founder Doug Logan confirmed this finding of the forensic audit.
Logan went on to explained, “some individual went into an application and they chose specifically to run something that would clear all records in the system that was used to generate the official results, the day before an audit started.”
The intentional overwrite of the security logs was cleared by the EMS administration account. The account was not assigned to any one particular individual, which presented the unique challenge of pinpointing the culprit.
However, Cotton said they luckily had data they were able to backtrack and align with video feeds.
He went on to say, “we have captured screen shots of Maricopa County people at the keyboards during those time periods.”
Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich has said he would take all necessary actions that were supported by evidence and where he had legal authority.
"The Texas Secretary of State has announced on Thursday, September 23 it will conduct a full and comprehensive forensic audit of any election and has already begun the process in Texas’ two largest Democrat counties and two largest Republican counties—Dallas, Harris, Tarrant, and Collin—for the 2020 election."
Texas Secretary of State’s Office Announces FULL FORENSIC AUDIT on 4 Texas Counties
In August the Texas Senate passed the Republican election integrity bill after an unsuccessful Democrat filibuster ended after 15 hours.
Via the American First Audit Channel.
The vote passed by an 18-11 margin.
Democrats tried to shut this audit down too — IN TEXAS! Why are they so terrified of audits?
On Thursday the Texas Secretary of State announced it will conduct a FULL AND COMPREHENSIVE FORENSIC AUDIT in four Texas counties including the two largest Democrat Counties in the state.
This is great news for the rule of law and for the future of this country.
Of course, Democrats are against it.
CBS Local reported:
The Texas Secretary of State has announced on Thursday, September 23 it will conduct a full and comprehensive forensic audit of any election and has already begun the process in Texas’ two largest Democrat counties and two largest Republican counties—Dallas, Harris, Tarrant, and Collin—for the 2020 election.
In a statement sent to CBS 11, it said in part: Under existing Texas laws, the Secretary of State has the authority to conduct a full and comprehensive forensic audit. We anticipate the Legislature will provide funds for this purpose.
Earlier in an open letter to Texas Governor Greg Abbott, Former President Donald Trump has backed House Bill 16(PDF) that calls for a “review of the results of the 2020 general election.”
“Bills to audit elections in your great state’s House and Senate were considered during Texas’ Second Special Session. Instead, the legislature passed a watered-down amendment that doesn’t even apply to the 2020 Presidential Election,” said President Trump. “This short amendment doesn’t answer the questions Texans have about the last election. Texans demand a real audit to completely address their concerns.”
"1,064,746 election files and 9,571 directories were deleted from just one drive, and nearly 500,000 files were removed from three scanners...Biden’s certified victory margin in Arizona was just 10,457 votes."
The findings summary from the final audit report, dated September 24, flagged around 50,000 problematic votes, including 23,344 mail-in ballots cast from voters using a prior address. Another 5,295 votes came from people who potentially voted in multiple counties, while over 9,000 returned votes were not shown as having been sent out, according to the report. Biden’s certified victory margin in Arizona was just 10,457 votes out of 3.3 million votes.
Other issues discovered by the audit, which began in May at the direction of the Republican-led state senate, included thousands of votes cast by voters found to have moved out of the county or the state ahead of the 2020 election.
“The audit found that Maricopa County overwrote the entire activity log in its Election Management System,” she noted, adding that Maricopa officials produced “more than 37,000 identical queries” days after a court ordered the county to release election materials to the senate.
“Arizona must immediately decertify their 2020 Presidential Election Results,” President Donald Trump said in a statement yesterday echoed by Arizona GOP chairwoman Dr. Kelli Ward and dozens of state lawmakers across the country.
“I’m very disappointed to see that Maricopa County refused to cooperate with us,” Fann said at a senate hearing about the audit findings on Friday. “Not only did they not cooperate with us, they even went so far as to sue us.”
A scathing report by CyFIR, another firm involved in the audit, highlighted more than 1 million election-related files purged from Maricopa County election devices before the start of the investigation. 1,064,746 election files and 9,571 directories were deleted from just one drive, and nearly 500,000 files were removed from three scanners, the report noted. Some drives also inexplicably held apparent election data from other states, including South Carolina and Washington.
Dr. Shiva Ayyadurai, an MIT-educated engineer hired as an audit investigator, also testified on Friday that over 34,000 duplicate ballot envelopes cast by just 17,126 individual voters in 2020 election were counted in Maricopa County. In a presentation for state legislators, Ayyadurai added that thousands of mail-in ballot with blank signatures or “scribbles” should not have passed signature verification, though the county only reported 587 “bad signatures.”
“It’s high noon," said Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich, a Republican. “There’s so much crap going on,” he added, referring to the state’s fight over mask mandates, federalized elections, abortion, immigration, critical race theory, 2020 election audits, and even the National Archives's move to put hazard warnings on historical documents, including the Constitution.
The last time we checked in with Brnovich, the leading GOP Senate primary candidate poised to challenge Sen. Mark Kelly next year, he and the state were front and center in the election reform fight. Since May, however, the list has exploded, and he has jumped in with both feet. “I am kind of the straw that stirs the drink,” he said.
Most known for the historic Brnovich v. Democratic National Committee election integrity case, the first-generation American has greatly expanded his portfolio like no other state attorney general.
Along the way, he’s been hit by critics who claim he’s using his office to expand his name recognition and reach leading up to the 2022 primaries and his likely eventual challenge to Kelly, who has a more local approach to his job.
A look at press releases tells that story. Brnovich’s recent releases reference cases involving election reform, gun control, illegal immigration, vaccine mandates, airline antitrust, and taxes.
Kelly’s releases cover local jobs, veterans, forest policy, and the drought in the West.
But Brnovich said he has not added to his and his staff’s caseload for the election, though he is aware of the national importance of many of the cases and challenges to Washington he has filed or joined.
“I feel like there’s this window of opportunity, this key moment in history that if we don’t stand up now and protect the Constitution and rule of law, we’ll never get it back,” said Brnovich, who compares himself to the sheriff played by Gary Cooper in the classic High Noon Western.
He is especially concerned that Washington Democrats will succeed in pushing through Biden’s liberal agenda before the election, in which Republicans are now favored to take control of Congress.
“We’re facing two maladies in this country. One was created in a Chinese lab. The other is coming out of D.C.,” he said. “If we don’t have this fight now, I don’t want to look back 25 or 50 years from now and have people ask, ‘What did you do when the United States was becoming a socialist or Marxist country?' I want to be able to say, ‘I stopped it.’”
"having found invalid ballots in numbers more than five times greater than Biden’s “victory,” the audit’s conclusion is that “the election should not be certified, and the reported results are not reliable.”"
Democrats are strutting because the final Cyber Ninjas audit in Arizona showed that “the auditor’s final hand count—which quadruple-checked every single one of the 2.1 million ballots—matches Maricopa County’s official machine count.” Big whoop. For those complaining about irregularities in the 2020 election, the question was never about miscounting. Instead, it was about the claim that an inordinate number of the ballots in the Joe Biden pile didn’t come from real people. Instead, they were alleged to have been faked—and the audit confirms almost 60,000 wrongfully counted ballots that could easily switch the Arizona Electoral College vote from Biden to Trump. No wonder Cyber Ninjas says the Arizona result should not have been certified.
However, the same letter, in a small bow to honesty, also points out systemic problems with election security. The five bullet-points can be summarized this way:
absentee ballots were inadequately verified,
voter rolls do not match the ballots, as well as showing duplicate and dead people,
amateurs oversaw election technology and machinery they didn’t understand and misused,
private companies had the passwords to the vote-counting machines, and
election officials deleted material making it impossible to do a truly accurate audit (or, in legal terms, they deliberately spoliated evidence, which I’m guessing might be illegal under statutory requirements that all voting data must be preserved for 22 months after an election).
In other words, even though the hand-counted paper ballots matched the machine count, there were some huge and dangerous irregularities going on with the election.
But wait! There’s more—and this is the really important part because it shows the Big Lie. As Gateway Pundit notes, a purported final draft of the actual audit summary said that “the 2020 presidential election had 57,734 ballots that should not have been counted and should have been set aside, investigated or removed.”
Considering that the margin of Biden’s victory was only 10,457 votes, the presence of 57,734 ballots that were improperly counted is highly relevant. And that’s where we get to the actual audit info from Cyber Ninjas. Their letter does not say that everything is fine and Biden absolutely won.
Instead, having found invalid ballots in numbers more than five times greater than Biden’s “victory,” the audit’s conclusion is that “the election should not be certified, and the reported results are not reliable.”
"A major British newspaper published an article that challenged the legitimacy of Joe Biden’s election to the U.S. presidency in November, calling it a “fraud” and claiming that “Trump was right...Trump was “deliberately rendered voiceless” while stories that surfaced about Biden and his son were labeled as “fake news.”
‘Trump was right’ in saying ‘election was rigged’: major British newspaper
A major British newspaper published an article that challenged the legitimacy of Joe Biden’s election to the U.S. presidency in November, calling it a “fraud” and claiming that “Trump was right.”
The article was published by journalist Rod Liddle in the Sunday Times on September 26 under the headline: “So Trump was right: the election was rigged. And our next one will be too.” It endorsed Trump’s allegations that Biden did not win the last U.S. presidential election fairly, and warns that the same thing could happen in the U.K.
Liddle began his article by contrasting Biden’s promise to “undo the moral and national shame of the previous administration” with his actual presidential record so far, pointing out that the 78-year-old Democrat seems to be getting a free pass for his mismanagement of the border crisis. Liddle argues that, had this happened under Trump, “Hollywood and the partisan coastal media would have imploded in a plasma of outrage,” whereas Biden appears to have “largely escaped their censure.”
“I’m not sure, either, that the little old business in Afghanistan entirely banished America’s moral and national shame,” Liddle continued, in reference to Biden’s appalling mishandling of the withdrawal of troops from Afghanistan, and added “nor Biden’s inability to remember where the hell he is or who he is talking to; nor his geopolitical pig ignorance or his tendency to doze off at crucial moment.”
Liddle also wrote that “if that election had taken place in any other country, it would have been called ‘unfree,’’ before expressing concerns that the same thing could happen in the U.K.
“As more and more evidence emerges, it terrifies me that the same thing could happen here,” he said.
The censorship that Trump faced in the mainstream media and on social media platforms in the runup to the election was a sign, according to Liddle, that the candidates were not treated on equal terms.
“We already knew, even as Biden was declaring victory, that Facebook and Twitter had cut off Donald Trump’s access to the electorate,” Liddle wrote, before arguing that Trump was “deliberately rendered voiceless” while stories that surfaced about Biden and his son were labeled as “fake news.”
Liddle also referred to another article published in Time magazine in February entitled “The Secret History of the Shadow Campaign That Saved the 2020 Election,” which, notwithstanding claims that Trump was “assaulting democracy,” also contains indications that “there actually was a conspiracy — a secret coalition of chief executives, labor unions, left-wing pressure groups, and media companies — to manage what information was available to the voting public.”
"These 58,550 voters turned up on election day and were told they already voted by mail-in ballot without their knowledge...This was a tactic used by the left and TAUGHT to poll workers before the election. They were taught how to cheat with provisional ballots."
Pattern Identified in Arizona Audit Mirrors Michigan Scandal Revealed in Detroit Leaks Tapes on Provisional Ballots
According to the initial Cyber Ninja Report released to the media on Friday, the day before the Arizona Senate report was made public, there was real concern about provisional ballots.
On page 2 of the early Cyber Ninja report:
There were substantial statistically significant anomalies identified in the ratio of hand-folded ballots, on- demand printed ballots, as well as a statistically significant increase in provisional ballot rejections for a mail-in ballot already being cast, suggestive of mail-in ballots being cast for voters without their knowledge.
Then on Friday the Cyber Ninja Report revealed that 58,550 voters appeared on election day to vote who had reportedly already received a mail-in ballot , page 59:
5.7.1 Real-Time Provisional Ballots
The Arizona Secretary of State Elections Procedures Manual identifies circumstances that require the issuance of a Provisional Ballot. If a voter appears in the e-pollbook or signature roster as having received an early ballot by mail, but the voter wants to vote in person on Election Day, that voter must be issued a Provisional Ballot. However, Maricopa County reported 58,550 voters who had received mail ballots but were issued standard ballots on Election Day. The County identifies these as “real-time Provisional Ballots.” There is no mention of real-time provisional in the AZ Elections Procedures Manual. In fact, the EPM specifically addresses this circumstance and is clear that such voters must be issued a Provisional ballot.
These 58,550 voters turned up on election day and were told they already voted by mail-in ballot without their knowledge. The language was watered down in the final report.
Arizona was not the only state in 2020 that illicit acts with provisional ballots.
In Michigan, leftist operatives taught poll workers how to cheat with provisional ballots.
Damning audio was released by Detroit Leaks before the election that outlined poll worker training wherein workers were trained in how to lie, trained in how to handle ballot challenges from Trump supporters, told to call 911 on any challengers and to use COVID as an excuse to deny poll challengers access to view the ballots as they were being counted and tabulated.
The series of leaks also revealed that even challenged or provisional ballots would be processed as regular ballots.
This was a tactic used by the left and TAUGHT to poll workers before the election. They were taught how to cheat with provisional ballots.
In fact, the poll workers in Detroit were taught tactics on how to cheat with provisional ballots.
"Canvassing of the Arizona election in Maricopa County, led by Liz Harris revealed hundreds of thousands of lost votes and ghost voters. Jacky Eubank’s canvassing efforts in Macomb County are finding similar results..."
AUDIT MICHIGAN: Jacky Eubanks Canvassing Efforts Raise Serious Questions – “We’re Looking At An 18% To 20% Irregularity And Anomaly Rate”
A candidate for Michigan State Representative is leading canvassing efforts and fighting for a full forensic audit of the 2020 election in Michigan. Jackie Eubanks is running for Michigan’s 32nd House seat and she is dedicated to fixing elections in Michigan before it is too late.
This is despite the fact that Michigan state police are being weaponized by Attorney General Dana Nessel to target people who are looking for the truth.
Canvassing of the Arizona election in Maricopa County, led by Liz Harris revealed hundreds of thousands of lost votes and ghost voters. Jacky Eubank’s canvassing efforts in Macomb County are finding similar results and Republican officials are fighting against a full forensic audit in Michigan.
The Gateway Pundit correspondent Jordan Conradson spoke to Eubanks last week for an update.
Conradson: I know you’ve been leading grassroots election integrity efforts throughout the state. Can you tell me about your canvassing efforts?
Eubanks: Yes. So, it all started with, after the election we thought, not only did funny business and fraud happen in Wayne County. Which obviously everybody knows that the city of Detroit is notoriously corrupt and ballot box stuffing happened and there’s apparently 9000 affidavits that were signed as witnesses to the fraud that took place on election day and the day after in Wayne County. But nobody really took a look at Macomb because Macomb went for Trump, in 2020. But what I thought was interesting was that Macomb has been the bellwether County for the state of Michigan and has been one, I believe one of nine counties, who have determined who would win the presidency in every presidential election, like ever. So when Trump won Macomb but didn’t win the presidency, I thought that was weird and strange because that was the first time that’s ever happened, and also that his margin of victory went down. So we decided to take a random sample of absentee voters from my hometown of Chesterfield Michigan, and just go knock on their doors and verify that the name and address on the ballot matches up with what happened in real life. And what we found was really startling. We found between 18% and 20%, it fluctuates because we’re still gathering data, but we’re looking at an 18% to 20% irregularity and anomaly rate based on the canvassing we’ve been doing this summer.
Conradson: Right, so are you finding issues like ghosts votes and lost votes like we found out here in Arizona?
Eubanks: So we’ve definitely been finding what we call phantom voters or ghost votes. We have not looked at Lost voters. I didn’t even think to do that until the Liz Harris report was released and now there’s a lot of interest in doing that. We may adjust, but mostly our, our MO was just going to houses, and people that we know there’s an absentee ballot that was counted in their name. And then we just go to that addresses and try to see if we can talk to the voter, whose name is on that ballot. And what we’ve been finding is that there’s a series of different kinds of anomalies. Number one is, if we go to that address, and we find out that there is nobody by that name who lives at that address, and the current homeowner will even say I don’t know who you’re talking about I’ve lived here for two years, 10 years, 20 years, and they don’t know who the person that we’re asking for is. And then another irregularity we have, is when we try to go to an address to verify that name and the address is not valid. For example, we had one ballot assigned to a dentist/a real estate office, we had another ballot that, well many ballots have been assigned to a gigantic apartment complex with many buildings and many numbers within each building and the addresses do not specify a building number or apartment number, so there’s no way to track down to see if this person is real. Other irregularities include, we, we talked to the voter and we say did you, we ask did you vote, and they said no I did not vote in the November 2020 election, and then we say well records show you voted absentee, and then they get upset because they realize they’ve been defrauded and they sign an affidavit.