Alleged Anonymous Email From Arizona Tech Worker Says 35,000 Votes Given to Democrats: Expert

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An alleged anony­mous whistleblower’s email that was pro­vid­ed to a cyber­se­cu­ri­ty expert in tes­ti­mo­ny dur­ing an Ari­zona GOP state Sen­ate meet­ing claimed that 35,000 fraud­u­lent votes were giv­en to each of the Demo­c­ra­t­ic can­di­dates in Pima Coun­ty, Arizona.

A copy of the pur­port­ed email was dis­played dur­ing the event on Mon­day, as cit­ed by retired Army Col. Phil Wal­dron. Wal­dron, a cyber­se­cu­ri­ty expert, claimed that the infor­ma­tion was from a Pima Coun­ty tech sup­port provider, although he did not say in what capac­i­ty. The event was held by some Repub­li­can mem­bers of the Ari­zona State Leg­is­la­ture, which also includ­ed state­ments from Pres­i­dent Don­ald Trump’s lawyers.

The whistle­blow­er, who want­ed to “remain anony­mous,” told him that he pro­vid­ed that infor­ma­tion to the U.S. Depart­ment of Jus­tice, accord­ing to Waldron. …


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