cyber ninjas forensic audit maricopa county az 2020
The AZ audit is the beginning of nationwide audits

Based on the AZ audit findings, it is imperative that all other states move forward with a forensic audit. Here are just a few highlights from the audit report:

The cyber ninjas presentation had criminality all over it.

  • 1 million records were deleted 1 day prior to audit—this is a felony and each record is considered a separate charge of a federal crime carrying 1 year in jail and a fine; 16 people had the administration password which was the same so it was an “anonymous” login.
    • However, they were able to capture the visuals of the person or persons via video!!! NABBED
  • Up to 300,000 ballots in question due to phantom and lost voters (Liz Harris canvassing results)
  • Many of the ballots were received after the deadline
  • 284,412 ballot images were corrupt or missing
  • There were duplicate ballots, ballots received from deceased voters, etc.
  • 23,344 voted mail in and 2,382 voted in person even though they had moved from Maricopa
  • 5,047 voted in more than one county
  • Their paper ballots were fake; not one ballot was on vote secured paper; they only used non-vote secured paper for all of the ballots!!!! This was done to obscure the differences in the paper. These ballots are illegal.
  • The machines were not EAC certified!!!!! Software patches for the operating system as well as antivirus software were not installed since installation thus they were not complying with regulations. There is no way these machines would have been certified based on their lack of proper updates and protocol.
  • There were 2,592 more duplicates than original ballots
  • There were 9,041 more ballots returned by the voter than received
  • There appeared to be intentional churning of logs and overwriting data- that violates the 22-month federal rules for retention; all the data from the 2020 election appeared to be fully cleared
  • There were insufficient and grossly negligent if not intentional cybersecurity weaknesses
    • A universal password was used for admins and all users and this was not changed since the system installation
  • There were envelopes with blank signatures
  • Multiple ports allowed for interconnectivity


NOTE: SC voter data was found in their system suggesting that they were “borrowing” phantom voters from us to fill their system! Was there collusion across state lines?

Furthermore, the county refused to comply with subpoenas asking for routers, voter roll systems, provisional ballots, and undeliverable ballots.

What are the risks of not doing an audit in South Carolina?

Our rights have been violated and those who want to move on are essentially agreeing that the illegitimate rigged election was valid (your constituents know otherwise) and they are complicit with the following:

  • Thousands of illegals pouring into the border many with criminal backgrounds and communicable illnesses resulting in massive increases in human and drug trafficking as well as kids being abused
  • Large spending increases on pork laden bills that serve as vehicles for money laundering
  • Continued abuse of our children and as they are forced to wear masks in schools and neglect of parental rights and preferences
  • Forced vaccine mandates and digital tracing of identities
  • Confiscatory tax rates that will stifle the economy

All from not only an illegitimate president but now all races should be called into question from the 2020 election.

Will you be part of the problem by ushering in a new world order that creates a social credit score system, continued lockdowns and business closing, lost constitutional rights, or will you be part of the solution to returning our country to the principles it was founded on?

FAKE NEWS: The auditors counted the paper ballots and confirmed the total but just because the count is accurate doesn’t mean the election was legitimate. That statement by the press is misleading in that it does not mean that the ballots were authentic! This is where the media is being extremely misleading. If you count 5 twenty-dollar counterfeit bills you will think you have $100 but it doesn’t mean they are valid. The recount of fraudulent votes will always result in a proper recount.

Meeting the Experts

On August 21st our team met with our national experts who we have been working with to analyze the election data for our state. It was a great night which started with a speech from state senator Amanda Chase from Virginia who is fighting a trifecta of liberals and though outnumbered is using the power of We the people and affidavits to hold her state legislature accountable. Then Seth Keshel steps through his heat map and the surprising trends that suggest that Biden may not have been quite so popular in the 2020 election both in South Carolina and nationwide. Finally, Dr Frank shows how each county in South Carolina was highly correlated to his calculation of predicted ballots and how each county had the same key or equation that described the ballots cast by age. “That ain’t natural buddy!” We appreciate Captain K, Senator Chase and Dr. Frank’s time that they volunteered and for all the work they have done and continue to do for us. We look forward to seeing them back in the Palmetto state soon. See the full video below.

The path towards free and fair elections

On September 13th Laura Scharr, our team leader, presented information regarding the potential for election maladministration to the Lexington GOP leaders. She also made a motion to vote on a resolution for a full forensic audit or study to be conducted in Lexington County. The meeting was spirited, to say the least, but ultimately the ECs (Executive Committee) members voted to send a letter to our legislature asking that the resolution be voted on and that they approve the funds for this study. The resolution passed in Horry, Charleston, Spartanburg, and Anderson as well.

We continue to proceed with work that uncovers data to legislators showing significant issues with our voter rolls and machines. We hope to get a study funded to investigate the accuracy and veracity of our 2020 elections.

The evidence needs to be preserved so that the 22 month window isi extended for paper ballot retention.

Grassroots Canvassing uncovers startling facts

Revelations could overturn the election

Liz Harris is a fearless fighter as she coordinated grassroots canvassing efforts in Arizona to uncover potential problems with the voter rolls. She recently appeared on Bannon’s War Room to share her results. What they found was that there were 173,104 “Lost votes.” This occurs when the person they speak to voted but it doesn’t show up as being counted. They cast a vote but there is no record of it nor is it counted in the reported totals for the election. Where did their vote go? Hmmm. This screams of potential disenfranchisement.

In addition, the grassroots canvass found 96,389 “Ghost votes” aka phantom votes. These are ineligible votes of people who have moved out of the state, are deceased, or could even be commercial addresses or empty lots. These votes were cast under the names of “registered” voters who were either unknown or moved away prior to October 2020 or perhaps never even voted. Due to these findings, her report claims that the 2020 General Election in Maricopa County is uncertifiable.

The presidential race was decided by only 10,457 votes statewide and the US Senate election was decided by 78,886 votes statewide. This suggests that not only the presidential race was affected but also other down-ballot races that would affect the distribution of power in the Senate.

Here is a copy of her report:

About ERIC and its influence over South Carolina Elections

In November of 2018, the Founder of Engage The Right and EFAC team member, Laurie Zapp, with the help of volunteers, began researching South Carolina’s active registered voter logs. Their focus was on deceased individuals whose names remained on these logs as active registered voters. To date, they have found 4,000 names, and some of these individuals passed away as far back as 2010!

On April 8, 2021, Laurie testified to the SC House Legislative Oversight Committee about these findings. After her testimony, Executive Director Marci Andino testified. During Ms. Andino’s testimony, she was asked what tools or programs the South Carolina Election Commission (SEC) uses to remove names of deceased voters, as well as names of individuals who move, from the voter logs. She replied that South Carolina uses an organization called Electronic Registration Information Center (ERIC), records from the Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV), as well as The Department of Health and Environmental Control (DHEC).

After the testimony on April 8, Laurie researched information on ERIC. The mission of ERIC is “assisting states to improve the accuracy of America’s voter rolls and increase access to voter registration for all eligible citizens.” States enrolled in and using, ERIC receive reports identifying voters who have moved within their state or out of state, voters who have died, duplicate registrations within the state, and potentially eligible voters not yet registered.

Reading about ERIC, most would probably agree their mission is an important and valuable one and this would be a great organization to be a part of. But is it? Further research prompts the question: Is the purpose of this organization to help maintain voter logs, or is this just another political organization with multiple ties to Democrats and organizations in power?

The links below are provided for you to learn more about ERIC. If your state uses ERIC, we suggest you do further research. Some important questions to ask:

  • When did your state join ERIC? Use the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) and request the signed agreement between ERIC and the Board of Directors on the ERIC website.
  • How much has your state paid to use ERIC?
  • How much of a grant was provided to your state from The PEW Charitable Trusts?
  • how many people are removed from active voter logs due to information provided from ERIC (ie,people who move out of the state, deceased individuals, people registered in more than one state)?

About ERIC

ERIC was created in 2012 by the Brennan Center for Justice from a grant provided by The Pew Charitable Trusts. ERIC is a nonprofit organization. As a member, each state gets one member who becomes a Board of Director and governs ERIC within the state.

To research Brennan Center for Justice and its ties to Democrats and liberal organizations, go to

When ERIC first launched in 2012, 7 states joined: Colorado, Delaware, Maryland, Nevada, Utah, Virginia, and Washington. As of April 2021, these states have also joined: Alabama, Alaska, Arizona, Connecticut, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Iowa, Kentucky, Louisiana, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, New Mexico, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina, Texas, Vermont, West Virginia, and Wisconsin (the District of Columbia is also a member).


John Lindback, currently retired, was the first executive director of ERIC and part of the working group that created ERIC. He was a senior officer for Elections Initiatives at The Pew Charitable Trusts, Director of Elections in Oregon’s Secretary of State’s office for eight years, Chief of Staff for the Alaska Lieutenant Governor, President of the National Association of State Election Directors, and served on the US Election Assistance Commission Advisory Board. He was also a lobbyist for The Pew Charitable Trusts.

Jeff Jones, a data scientist, created ERIC’s software. Prior to this, he is credited with solving complex big-data problems for companies and governments. In 2005, he sold his company to IBM where he then worked as an IBM Fellow and Chief Scientist of Context Computing. At IBM he “led a team focused on creating next-generation AI for Entity Resolution technology, codenamed G2.” “At IBM, G2 was deployed in many innovative ways, including modernizing U.S.
voter registration through a joint effort with Pew Charitable Trust.” In 2016, Jeff started a new company called Senzing where he is CEO and Chief Strategist. According to the Federal Election Commission website, Jeff has given donations to the following Democrat candidates: Harry Reid, Dick Durbin, Obama for America, and Bernie Sanders to name a few.

David Becker is the Executive Director and Founder of the Center for Election Innovation & Research (CEIR). Prior to founding CEIR, he was Director of the elections program at The Pew Charitable Trusts. As the lead for Pew’s analysis and advocacy on elections issues, David spearheaded development of the innovative Electronic Registration Information Center, or ERIC. He also directed Pew’s partnerships with state government agencies, and with private sector partners like Google, IBM, Facebook, and others. Before joining Pew, David worked for the Department of Justice where he served as a trial attorney. David is still listed on ERIC’s website as a non-voting Board Member. During his time at the DOJ, he was accused by coworkers of being unable to be nonpartisan in his job. This quote appears in the following
article, “In his role with the DOJ, he was supposed to be nonpartisan,” van Spakovsky said of Becker, “but his emails uncovered in the Boston investigation revealed nasty, disparaging remarks about Republicans. Very unethical and unprofessional. I would never hire or trust him.”
Becker’s feelings regarding the 2020 election:


ERIC has been provided grants from The Pew Charitable Trusts. They were given a grant of $794,527 in 2012, $138,879 in 2013, and $19,691 in 2014. According to the website, the states fund ERIC. Once signing on to use ERIC, the state pays a one-time membership fee of $25,000. Thereafter, they pay required annual dues.

Understanding Pew

Established in 1948, The Pew Charitable Trusts is a “global nongovernmental organization that seeks to improve public policy, inform the public, and invigorate civic life.” Pew Research Center is a nonpartisan fact tank that “informs the public about the issues, attitudes, and trends shaping the world. They conduct public opinion polling, demographic research, content analysis and other data-driven social science research.” This organization states they do not take policy
positions. In 2004, The Pew Charitable Trusts established the Pew Research Center as a subsidiary to house its information initiatives. Pew Research Center is a nonprofit, tax-exempt 501(c)3 organization and a subsidiary of The Pew Charitable Trusts, their primary funder.

The Pew Charitable Trusts Donations
The below screenshots and information came from:
In 2020, PEW gave 99.5% of their money to Democrat candidates and not even 1% to
Republican candidates