More evidence of unethical and questionable behavior by the Maricopa County election team and/or vendor has emerged. Dr. Kelli Ward claims that computers used to store data during the Maricopa County election were snuck offsite nightly.
The orange devices in the image above, according to Republican Chairwoman Kelli Ward, were external drives that were filled nightly with early vote totals and taken offsite to an unspecified location for safety by an employer or a Dominion contractor working for Maricopa County.
Scott Jarrett claims to have worked as an auditor before taking on his new position in Maricopa County, according to his LinkedIn profile. He also appears to have earned the CIA (Certified Internal Auditor) designation.
With the CIA by his side, Jarrett would know that moving devices like the ones seen above from an onsite location was not a good idea. The fact that these instruments were used in an election is also questionable.
Who was in charge of these so-called “external drives,” what was on them, and where did they end up? In a well-designed and working system, these questions should never have to be asked. Arizona and Dr. Ward have every right to be worried about this trend.
These are the servers for Maricopa Co elections. The external drives that were loaded w/ nightly early vote totals are circled. Scott Jarrett said they were taken to an offsite “undisclosed location” nightly “for safety” by an employee or a Dominion contractor working for MC. 🤔 pic.twitter.com/cfufiCJD09
— Dr. Kelli Ward 🇺🇸 (@kelliwardaz) May 6, 2021