HUGE PROBLEMS Involving Thousands of Ballots in Colorado…Entire Process Contaminated!
Mesa County Colorado Clerk Tina Peters knew that the Secretary of State was most likely committing a crime when she ordered voting machines cleaned of 2020 Election results so it’s not surprising they targeted her.
Peters shared her story at an event put on by Mike Lindell, where he warned other counties about what happened in Mesa County during last year’s election cycle – but said this time things will be different because Mesa County has backups for their votes!
You know how you can tell a government is corrupted? When they refuse to take responsibility for their own corrupt data. That’s exactly what happened in Mesa County, Colorado, and numerous issues with the database were found by systems analyst Jeffrey O’Donnell.
After analyzing the data and the election systems, here is some of the issues that they found:
- The accurate final vote for Mesa County cannot be determined based on the review.
- Persons unknown altered data from the election and at least 5,500 ballots were processed differently than the other ballots in the county making them ineligible.
- For some unknown reason, new adjudication and tabulation databases were created for most of the ballots processed in the county. The 5,500 ballots were not included in this activity.
- In the new databases, adjudicated cases decreased in half, from nearly 10% to near 5%. There was no explanation from the county for this significant decrease.
- There is no way of confirming that the new database included the exact same results from the original database.
- Log files were purged almost daily which is illegal since election files must be maintained for 22 months after the election.
- There is evidence the election machines can connect to the server and evidence SQL was accessible to make material changes to the data in the files.
- There is evidence the systems have not been backed up for years, which puts all the voting machines at risk.
Will the election be scrapped since it should have never been certified to begin with? I doubt it, but at least we’re being vindicated with what we have been saying all along.