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Windsor: Follow the money on Arizona election audit

Posted 8/4/21

Hopefully, the readers of the Daily Independent took the time to read and scrutinize two recent articles in the July 30 edition. The first being “Trump supporters raise $5.6 million for …

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Windsor: Follow the money on Arizona election audit

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Hopefully, the readers of the Daily Independent took the time to read and scrutinize two recent articles in the July 30 edition. The first being “Trump supporters raise $5.6 million for election audit.”

What is interesting here is that initially, Senate President Karen Fann got the ball rolling by hiring Cyber Ninjas, an unknown firm with no experience or credentials and headed by an outspoken Trump Supporter by the name of Logan.

The $150,000 price ... What a bargain. In reality, in these circles you can’t buy a ham on rye without beverage for $150,000. But, Logan knew what he was doing. The ticket is now $5.6 million and growing. Not to say that he (Logan) will get it all, but he will probably need help getting to the bank.

Now, in all fairness, Karen Fann has put a lot of extra hours (beyond her obligation, that of being a senator) furthering this audit scam, and it is only reasonable she should get a share of the $5.6M as a “finders fee” for recommending Cyber Ninjas, a company that was recommended to her by someone who’s name “she can’t remember.”

Apparently, the names of entities (or people) that donated to this fiasco are sacred and do not have to be disclosed as is defined by the First Amendment.

Personally, if I felt so strongly about an issue such that I would make a donation, I would like to see my name up in lights.

The point that I am trying to convey here is follow the money. I am certain that the Daily Independent is going to keep us up to date.

The second article is “DOJ issues clearest warning yet on election audit.” This article discusses the efforts that Fann and Attorney General Mark Brnovich (among others) are going through in order to undermine the credibility of the election of President Joe Biden. The two of them (Karen and Mark) mean to intimidate minority voters, past and present. Thus, giving their party an edge, comes election time 2022.

Voting is a right, not a privilege.

This pair know that their efforts are futile, but they are going to persist in this charade in order to keep their names out there until the next election. Their intention is to rally the Trumpers (with Trump’s help) and retain their support through thick or thin. This pair are so blatant in there pursuit of political power, it is, for lack of a better word, disgusting (but entertaining nonetheless).

For these two, power is money and money is power.

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