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Wingnut Colorado Clerk leaked the election codes to the fucking Gateway pundit?

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A Colorado County elections official is under investigation for his possible role in leaking passwords for voting machines that were posted in a video on the Gateway Pundit, because that’s where all the most credible voting security news is reported. Colorado Secretary of State Jena Griswold said yesterday that the electoral team in rural Mesa County would need to be replaced, because his staff had inspected the voting machines and other equipment earlier this week, but were unable to

establish a verifiable chain of custody for any of the components of the voting system in Mesa County and cannot establish confidence in the integrity or security of those components.

Mesa County Clerk and Recorder Tina Peters is a big fan of the big lie that the 2020 election was stolen and was actually not in office when the secretary of state’s office team showed up. with a court order. As any responsible official would be, Peters had escaped to South Dakota to attend the stupid fraudulent picnic the Mike Lindell guy from MyPillow. Peters took the opportunity to assert that Griswold, a Democrat, was a tyrant hell-bent on taking over Mesa County, The last bastion of conservatism in Colorado, and that the secretary of state had “invaded” his office, after obtaining a search warrant, as invaders usually do.

Peters too explained to the crowd at Pillowpalooza who has been “hunted down” and says that if someone leaked your county election team login information to the stupidest right-wing conspiracy theory blog on the internet, it was probably the Democratic secretary of state, which is logical, because “These just turn out to be passwords that only the secretary of state has,” he sees.

The Associated Press strangely framed the allegations against Peters as part of a “dispute” between Griswold and Peters, we assume that because when a prosecutor investigates a possible crime committed by a differently chosen woman, a catfight is sure to follow.


On a presser foot yesterdayGriswold told reporters that this looked like a true Peters-dunnit crime:

I think this is concerning for the entire state of Colorado, to have someone in a position of trust, literally of trust to protect democracy, to allow this type of situation to occur. […] To be very clear, the Mesa County Clerk and Recorder allowed a security breach and, based on all the evidence at this time, helped her.

The secretary of state’s office began investigating the Mesa County clerk and recorder’s office on Monday, when staff members first discovered an online video showing login credentials for voting machines.

Griswold also confirmed that Mesa County 21 Judicial District Attorney Dan Rubinstein opened a criminal investigation into the leak.

Griswold seems to have this crazy idea that the leak was related to a May 25 meeting attended by someone who was not a county employee, who was allowed to view the voting machine login information. Griswold says his investigators were misled into believing that person was a county employee.

CNN explains,

A source briefed on the investigation described the “reliable build” as a routine meeting between county and state officials in a secure environment to update the voting machine software. Only the employee, his office employees, Domain voting systems Staff and representatives from the secretary of state’s office were allowed to attend. […]

Griswold’s order states that video footage from surveillance cameras inside the secretary’s office was missing, which should have shown the “confidence-building” meeting.

“Evidence suggests that the Mesa County Clerk’s Office directed Mesa County staff to turn off video surveillance of the voting equipment prior to reliable construction on May 25, 2021,” the order reads. “The video surveillance cameras were not turned back on until August, which is inconsistent with the Department’s understanding of the normal course of business practice in Mesa County.”

Also, the security seals that were supposed to be affixed to the voting machines at the meeting were only affixed several days later. Also, the video equipment that is supposed to monitor the county voting team 24/7 appears to have been it was turned off before that May meeting and only turned back on in August.

Wow, this all sucks of heights! It’s hard to believe that the Colorado secretary of state would do all of that just to make it look like a Republican county clerk had done it herself.

[Associated Press/NBC News / CNN / NPR]

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