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Teams conducting a forensic audit in Arizona’s largest county said on July 15 that they want more items to complete their review, which has turned up several major discrepancies.

The auditors, led by Florida-based Cyber Ninjas, conducting a forensic audit in Arizona’s largest county said on June 15 that want more items to complete their review, which has turned up after several major discrepancies. The items include ballot envelope images, router images, Splunk logs, hard drives that contain details about the 2020 election in Maricopa County, and a breakdown of the county’s policies and procedures as they try to complete a review that started almost three months ago.
They believe the information could help clear up issues that have been identified. 

During the hearing at the Arizona state Capitol, Doug Logan, CEO of Cyber Ninjas, told senators that auditors could find no record of the county sending more than 74,000 mail-in ballots. He also posited auditors discovered that roughly 18,000 people voted but were removed from voter rolls “soon after the election, 11,326 people who were not on the voter rolls on Nov. 7, 2020, but appeared on the rolls on Dec. 4, 2020, and 3,981 persons who voted after registering after Oct. 15, 2020.”

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The CEO of CyFIR, Ben Cotton, a subcontractor working on the audit, said the analysis of the election management system and network revealed “severe cybersecurity problems,” including that antivirus programs weren’t up to date.

Warren Peterson, chairman of the state Senate’s Judiciary Committee, said at the hearing said that if auditors don’t receive the requested items, they’ll produce “an incomplete report.”

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Jesse Jackson arrested at Poor People’s Campaign March in DC

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The Rev. Jesse Jackson was among more than 200 people arrested in Washington, D.C., by Capitol Police on Monday while protesting in favor of Democratic legislation. 

This is the latest arrest of several this year for Jackson, who joined on Monday other protesters from the Poor People’s Campaign March outside Union Station in D.C. in support of the Democrats’ sweeping election reform bill.

Also in the protest were Lucy and Linda Johnson, the daughters of President Lyndon B. Johnson.

Last week, Jackson was one of 39 people arrested for refusing to leave Arizona Sen. Kyrsten Sinema’s office in Phoenix, where they were protesting the Senator’s support of the filibuster.

The reverend and civil rights activist claimed the nation is in a “civilization crisis” with drawn “battle lines” while calling on other activists to fight nonviolently for their rights, remarking the “power’s in you, the people.”

Protesters marched to Sinema’s office chanting to “end” the filibuster — the historic procedural measure that is used to kill bills by preventing a vote, which the Democrats used over 300 times in 2020 alone.

Additionally, the civil rights activist was arrested alongside Bishop William Barber II in June for a similar protest outside the U.S. Capitol against the filibuster and GOP opposition to a minimum wage hike.

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Sinema and her colleague Sen. Joe manchin, D-W.V., have come under serious fire from progressives looking to nix the Senate tradition, but both have stood by the filibuster.

Congressional Democrats and progressive groups have taken aim at the filibuster as they push for the Democrats’ controversial voting legislation.

Manchin said during a Sunday interview that he could not imagine a filibuster “carve-out” for the sweeping election overhaul.

The filibuster, a longstanding Senate tradition requiring 60 votes in the 100-member chamber to advance a bill, effectively allows the minority party to block certain legislation. The Senate is currently evenly split 50/50 between the two parties, with the Democrats holding a razor-thin majority due to the tie-breaking vote of Vice President Kamala Harris through her constitutional role as president of the Senate.

But the Democrats are nowhere close to obtaining the 60 votes needed to quash a filibuster. They don’t even have the simple majority needed to eliminate the legislative filibuster rule.

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Emails of Major Federal Prosecutor Offices Hacked By The Russians: DOJ

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After some investigations, Justice Department says the email accounts were compromised between May 7 to Dec. 27, 2020. This was around the same time as the Solar Winds hack. 

The Russians in carrying out the SolarWinds hacking campaign also exploited for themselves weaknesses in Microsoft software to access the email accounts of prominent federal prosecutors’ offices last year, the Justice Department posited.

Around the country, at least 27 U.S. attorney’s offices had at least one employee email hacked. Eighty percent of accounts used by employees in the four U.S. attorney offices in New York were breached. New York prosecutors are the largest source of financial crime cases.

“The Department is responding to this incident as if the Advanced Persistent Threat (APT) group responsible for the SolarWinds breach had access to all email communications and attachments found within the compromised O365 accounts,” it said.

Three months ago, the Biden administration imposed sanctions on Moscow over the SolarWinds hack and alleged interference in the 2020 U.S. presidential election. The Russian Federation has denied this allegation of wrongdoing.
The full list of hacked offices include:

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  • Western District of Washington; 
  • District of Columbia;
  • Central District of California;
  • Northern District of Georgia;
  • Middle District of Florida;
  • Southern District of Florida;
  • District of Maryland;
  • District of New Jersey;
  • Eastern District of New York;
  • Southern District of New York;
  • District of Kansas;
  • Northern District of New York;
  • Eastern District of North Carolina;
  • District of Montana;
  • Eastern District of Pennsylvania;
  • Middle District of Pennsylvania;
  • Northern District of Florida;
  • Western District of Pennsylvania;
  • Northern District of Texas;
  • Southern District of Texas;
  • District of Nevada;
  • Western District of Texas;
  • District of Vermont;
  • Western District of New York;
  • Western District of Virginia;
  • Eastern District of Virginia; and
  • Northern District of California. 

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DOJ Sues Texas Over Abbott’s Order to Restrict Illegal Aliens Amid Pandemic

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On Friday, the Department of Justice (DOJ) sued the state of Texas and Governor Greg Abbott over an executive order he issued. The major aim of the order is to limit the ground transportation of illegal aliens.

Gov. Abbott, a Republican, posited that the executive order issued Wednesday is to “reduce the risk of COVID-19 exposure” in communities of Texas, amid the increment in CCP (Chinese Communist Party) virus infections in the state, including among illegal aliens.


Attorney General Merrick Garland of DOJ asked Abbott to displace the executive order and threatened to file a lawsuit on Thursday.

The DOJ on Friday,  also filed its complaint with the U.S. District Court for the Western District of Texas in El Paso. “No State may obstruct the Federal Government in the discharge of its constitutional responsibilities,” the DOJ stated in its complaint.

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“The executive order violates the Supremacy Clause and causes injury to the United States and to individuals whom the United States is charged to protect, jeopardizing the health and safety of noncitizens in federal custody, risking the safety of federal law enforcement personnel and their families, and exacerbating the spread of COVID-19 in our communities,” the complaint filed read.

“The executive order obstructs the Federal Government’s arrangements with nongovernmental partners and directly interferes with the administration of federal immigration law,” it adds. “This Court should declare the executive order to be invalid and enjoin its enforcement.”

Abbott’s order empowers no person other than a federal, state, or local law-enforcement official to give ground transportation to illegal immigrants who have been detained by Customs and Border Protection (CBP) agents. It also gives the state’s Department of Public Safety the power to stop any vehicle suspected of carrying illegal aliens and send them back.


As a norm now,  the Border Patrol agents apprehends not less than 20,000 Illegal Aliens in a Week. 

Gov. Abbott further alleges that the Biden administration “intentionally imports immigrants that are positive with COVID-19 into Texas from across the border—willfully exposing Texans and Americans alike.”

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