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Fri May 21, 2021, 10:12 PM

The move by the AZ SOS is the absolute right thing: do not certify the equipment.

All the fraudit hoopla is likely just cover for the tampering of the election equipment, and this will be the tactic as these fraudits move across the country to the other swing states of AZ, PA, MI, and WI.....bring the circus to town and while the dog and pony show is going on, someone sneaks in the back door with the tampered equipment to set up the rigging of 2022, 2024, and beyond....

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Reply The move by the AZ SOS is the absolute right thing: do not certify the equipment. (Original post)
Sogo May 2021 OP
RockRaven May 2021 #1
NanceGreggs May 2021 #2
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Response to Sogo (Original post)

Fri May 21, 2021, 10:45 PM

1. Part of me wonders if this is both the correct thing to do technically, but also

an enabling of/participation in the damage the Repukes intended.

If Maricopa county has to replace all of their voting machines, will enough money be allocated and soon enough to replace EVERY SINGLE ONE before the next election? Or will Maricopa county have fewer polling places and/or fewer machines per site, meaning longer lines and lower voter turnout?

Was compromising the voting machines part of the Repuke plan all along -- not to impugn the last election but to rig the next one?

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Response to Sogo (Original post)

Fri May 21, 2021, 11:09 PM

2. I'd go with ...

... a You touch it, you bought it policy:

"Given that our election equipment cannot be safely used again, you will have to purchase it outright if you want to examine it. And needless to say, this will be a non-refundable, cash-up-front transaction."





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Response to NanceGreggs (Reply #2)

Fri May 21, 2021, 11:23 PM

3. Great idea!

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