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EXCLUSIVE: Dominion Controls Access To Voting Machine – Maricopa Co. Claims They Don’t Have Access – So Did Dominion Delete The Missing Files?

Dominion is somehow confessing that they committed a crime and deleted the database directories from Maricopa’s voting machines. The event took place three days before the devices were given to the auditors per a subpoena from the Arizona Senate.

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According to the Maricopa County Board of Supervisors, the County has never had admin access and passwords to the machines used for the Maricopa County Audit.

The data that the voting machines were supposed to give to Maricopa auditors was missing database directories. But, precisely three days before the turnover, the data were deleted from the machines.

Dominion voting systems were used during the Maricopa County, Arizona election audit. The company confessed that they had access to the machines, and they were the ones who were supposed to provide that access to the auditors a few months ago.

If you think logically, only the Dominion Company had access to the voting machines, making them the primary and unique suspects for committing the crime: deleting files from the voting machines. Am I right?

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Source: thegatewaypundit.com

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