A breaking discovery during the election audit in Arizona this week has revealed that election boards didn’t have control over their own voting machines and that outside Dominion ‘admins’ with sole access to machines had the ability to edit or alter system logs. Dominion is now refusing to turn over system passwords.
Ken Bennette, Arizona Audit Director, joined One America News to discuss recent developments in the forensic audit of Maricopa County.
The news was first reported on Thursday when The Gateway Pundit reported on this explosive discovery from Arizona.
The Maricopa County Election Board claimed this week they do not have ‘Admin’ access to their county’s voting machines.
If this is the case, then the County did not own the election process they ceded it to their external vendor.
System administrators are people with the highest levels of system access. These people can perform all kinds of tasks on these systems. They can carry out most of the functions and system changes. They have full control and can even remove or modify system logs.
The fact that the County does not have system administrators who have administrative access to the Dominion voting machines is a big concern. By allowing Dominion to have the administration access only, the County has basically turned over the system to the Dominion voting machine system people. There is no IT control here because that’s been ceded to Dominion.
By the way, in general, most frauds that include IT-related processes have at least one IT person involved in the fraud.
In his interview with OAN Ken Bennett said Dominion is refusing to comply with the State Senate’s subpoena and is hiding the second password for their machines.
Dominion was in charge of the Maricopa County election. And now they are refusing to cooperated with a subpoena.