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Revelations about the funders raises even more red flags over the secretive Cyber Ninjas presidential election recount.
"I cannot be a part of a process [when] I am kept out of critical aspects that make the audit legitimate," said former Arizona secretary of state Ken Bennett.
State Republicans backed off a similar plan months ago after the Justice Department warned such activity could be considered voter intimidation.
Reported complaints of sexual harassment are only the most recent issues in a cascade of serious problems with the Arizona "fraudit."
"Deep Rig" promotes baseless conspiracies and QAnon talking points that the 2020 election was rigged.
Guns on the floor were among several "security concerns" listed in the report by Arizona's Secretary of State Katie Hobbs.
If it's so rigged, Stephen Richer jokes, how did he win his post as county recorder as a Republican?
County weighs defamation suit after Cyber Ninjas auditors claim a database was destroyed. County officials say they were simply too inept to find it.
The partisan firm auditing the November votes broke the "chain of custody" for machine possession, raising tampering concerns, the secretary of state said.
Giving computer network router and password information to a firm run by a conspiracy theorist is "mind-numbingly reckless," the Maricopa County sheriff said.