AZ Election ‘Audit’ Goes Into Full Blown Shambles As GOP Implodes


What happens when you marry aliens to bamboo ballots? The result is Cyber Ninjas piling into trucks and hauling Arizona 2020 voter ballots to a secret lab in a remote area near Bigford, Montana. Whoa, Nelly! Get out the metal detectors.

On CNN’s 360 Degrees with Anderson Cooper, Gary Tuchman actually did a report on the Arizona “voting data” being trucked to a so-called “secure powerful forensic secret lab” near Bigford, Montana.

We have seen videos of the CyFir company with its Cyber Ninjas blowing the Arizona 2020 voter ballots’ chain of evidence to smithereens in a gross mishandling of its audit. That was the beginning, a flurry of conspiracy theories ensued.

CEO Ben Cotton owns CyFir. Its sister company CyTech is based near, you guessed it BigFord, Montana 1300 miles north of the Arizona Capitol. Cotton literally hopped into a truck and drove a load of ballots to his home which supposedly included a “secure powerful lab.” That was at the beginning of the Cyber Ninja audit, and its purpose was to forensically evaluate the ballots.

At the Montana location, CNN encountered a Private Property No Trespassing sign warning people away. So, Tuckman took to the air and saw a cabin, a large home, a barn, and several trailers — but no people.

Cotton testified before the Arizona state Senate that he had 25 years of “computer forensics” experience.

Arizona Secretary of State Katie Hobbs, who decided to run for Arizona governor after the state’s Congress stripped her of her election responsibilities, said:

‘You wouldn’t believe it if it wasn’t happening before your very eyes. But it is.’

There was no deadline for finishing the audit:

‘When its done its done.’

The Arizona Central reported in early March about the 2020 voter ballots first being moved from a real secure location:

‘For two months, the Arizona Senate has been demanding that Maricopa County turn over the 2.1 million ballots cast in the November election.

Now, the Senate doesn’t know what to do with them. If this is how the Republicans’ “full forensic audit” begins, get ready for a train wreck, Arizona.’

CBS TV local reporter named Dennis Welch discovered John Brakey, founder of a group called AUDIT USA, was involved in the recount process. He was the one who posited the “bamboo theory.” He said:

‘There’s accusations that 40,000 ballots were flown in and it was stuffed in the box … and it came from the southeast part of the world … Asia. What they’re doing is to find out whether it is bamboo in the paper.’

The company clarified:

‘Because it was bamboo in their paper; there’s bamboo in their paper process … people in southeast Asia.’

But he does not believe this bamboo theory:

‘I don’t believe any of that. I’m just saying that is part of the mystery that we want to un-gaslight people about and this is a way to do it.’

Joan Pulitzer explaining his bamboo theory in late 2020 via Twitter:

‘Now let’s say there was an influx of China ballots. China does not have the tree and lumber population we have because it got deforested primarily a long time ago. They use bamboo — and they do use wood pulps — they use bamboo in their paper and they use about 27 different mixes of grasses that we don’t have here in the United States. And even though you can’t look at it and see it, it’s very detectable.’

Maybe, we will find that some of the ballots escaped from this secure lab, just as the COVID-19 virus escaped from the government-backed Wuhan lab in China. That might have meant that they spread across the nation reproducing rapidly to result in hundreds of thousands of ballots with a tainted chain of evidence.


Another possibility might be that aliens screwed up the Arizona ballots. After all,

‘[The U.S.] Congress is expected to receive a detailed report from the Defense Department and the Office of the Director of National Intelligence that provides — in far greater detail than ever before — what the government knows about unidentified flying objects.’

The New York Times wrote:

‘American intelligence officials have found no evidence that aerial phenomena witnessed by Navy pilots in recent years are alien spacecraft, but they still cannot explain the unusual movements that have mystified scientists and the military, according to senior administration officials briefed on the findings of a highly anticipated government report.’

The results are:

1) ‘There’s no evidence that the various UFO sightings over the years are aliens

2) The US government has no idea what these aircraft, in fact, are.’

However, they have not ruled out the sightings:

‘[D]id not originate from any American military or other advanced US government technology [and they have no way of explaining the movements of these UFOs]?’

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