Report: FBI Raided Maricopa County Residence to Retrieve Evidence of Cyber Intrusion into Voting Systems…


Posted originally on The Conservative Tree House on December 6, 2020 by sundance

There is an interesting article in Forbes today about a previously unknown FBI raid in Maricopa County, Arizona, where agents seized computers, hard drives, USB sticks and electronic devices in connection with a cyber intrusion into election systems.

The Maricopa County Registrars office reports more than 2.5 million registered voters are within the system that appears to have been the targeted office of the intrusion.

The FBI isn’t talking, and the story only surfaced as an outcome of one part, the search warrant, of a sealed court filing.  Forbes Story Here

[…] “The Justice Department in Arizona told Forbes it couldn’t comment. An FBI spokesperson said they could neither confirm nor deny any investigation. The full scope of the investigation and the breach of Maricopa County’s website remains under seal.” (more)

Considering what the past several years have revealed about the FBI; and considering the recent evidence of the FBI purposefully burying information from within the Hunter Biden laptop for over a year; it seems entirely possible this Arizona FBI effort was more intended to hide the reality of election vulnerabilities and intrusions, as opposed to investigating them?

How sad is it that we carry such unfortunate perspectives in our mind?

The FBI now more closely resembles, essentially, what we previously called Soviet-era “state police”.   FUBAR.

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