Maricopa County Superior Court Judge John Hannah announced that he would fine the Cyber Ninjas $50,000 per day until it releases documents related to the company’s 2020 audit. On Thursday, County election officials brought out their report, according to The Recorder. It claimed that the Cyber Ninjas almost 80 claims were either “misleading or false.” The company headquartered in Florida was founded in 2013, according to its LinkedIn page. But all of a sudden it was bailing. Business Representative for Cyber Ninjas, Rod Thomson, released a text message late Thursday that read:
‘Cyber Ninjas is shutting down. All employees have been let go.’
One of the so-called audit company’s illegal moves occurred when the owner immediately hauled a truckload of voting ballots off to his cabin in the woods of another state. The Senate released the company’s results in September 2021.
The business claimed:
‘President Joe Biden had won 360 more votes than Maricopa County had awarded him in the official count.’
Bizarrely, the State Senate GOP brought in the Cyber Ninjas to audit just Maricopa County, which has the greatest population compared to any other county.
President Biden turned Arizona blue, winning by 10,400 more votes than Donald Trump. Sitting Attorney General William Barr agreed with those same findings and The Department of Justice indicated it had no evidence of “widespread voter fraud.”
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