The Arizona Senate Elections Committee will hold another presentation on voting machines used in the stolen 2022 elections featuring bombshell testimony by Clinton Eugene Curtis on how voting machine technology is used to rig elections.
Today’s 2 pm presentation is titled “Elections Mechanics, Part 3 — Clint Curtis.” The Elections Committee agenda can be found here.
The Gateway Pundit previously reported on Elections Mechanics Part 1 and Part 2, where We The People AZ Alliance presented shocking findings, including Election Day tabulators reportedly rejecting nearly 1/4 million vote attempts on election day and nearly 300,000 mismatched or fraudulent mail-in ballot signatures in Maricopa County’s 2022 Election. Additionally, they revealed that an estimated 8,327+ voters did not cast ballots due to tabulator failures and long lines caused by intentional sabotage of Republican voters in Maricopa County.
View the full PowerPoint presentations here.
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Curtis is a computer programming expert who testified in Congress under oath in 2004 that tabulators can be secretly programmed to change votes and that he designed software to “flip the vote 51-49” at the request of former Florida Speaker of the House Tom Feeny.
In his testimony, Curtis stated that this software designed to rig the election could only be detected by viewing the source code or using receipts and counting hard paper against the vote total. “Other than that, you won’t see it.”
Curtis’ testimony is similar to recent findings in a June 2022 report by the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA), showing that election software could be leveraged by an attacker to gain elevated privileges and install malicious code.
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The Elections Committee will also consider an amendment to State Senator Anthony Kern’s SCR1037, which will set official requirements for the voting machines used in Arizona to make elections more transparent and secure.
The proposed amendment by Senator Sonny Borelli states:
Read the full amendment here.
Page 1, strike everything after the resolving clause and insert:
“That no voting system or component or subcomponent of a voting system or component, including firmware software or hardware, assemblies and subassemblies with integrated circuits or on which any firmware or software operates, may be used or purchased as the primary method for casting, recording and tabulating ballots used in any election held in this state for federal office unless:
1. All components have been designed, manufactured, integrated and assembled in the United States from trusted suppliers, using trusted processes accredited by the Defense Microelectronics Activity as prescribed by the United States Department of Defense; and
2. The source code used in any computerized voting machine for federal elections is made available to the public; and
3. The ballot images and system log files from each tabulator are recorded on a secure write-once, read-many media with clear chain of custody and posted on the Secretary of State’s website free of charge to the public within twenty-four hours after the close of the polls; and
4. The legislature transmits this resolution to the secretary of state.”
Watch live on the Arizona Senate website and below:
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