Results of forensic audit in Otero County, New Mexico
Unfortunately this is not a complete forensic audit as the auditors never got access to the ballots. Which is not to say that the results are not important. Yes, they discovered unauthorized capabilities in the machines, and documented anomalous behavior of the machines, but the capacity to commit a crime is not evidence that a crime was committed. Without comparing the actual ballots to the electronic results all you have is a theory, which is not admissible in court. That evidence is set to literally go up in smoke on September 3 of this year, the day after the 22 months that past election materials are required to be kept.
Nick Moseder provided a summary of the key items from last night’s audit presentation in New Mexico. The findings reported were explosive.
The Gateway Pundit reported on Tuesday night some of the issues identified in New Mexico’s 2020 Election audit in Otero County. Included in this presentation it was discovered that the voting machines could fill out ballots.
In the video below, Nick Moseder discusses the findings from the audit presentation. Nick describes at great length the findings regarding the fact that the voting machines can fill out ballots. This would allow for the creation of ballots. Moseder says that when the machines do this, the ballots are fed into the machine and then spit back out. In the Antrim County audit, they found that around 80% of the ballots there showed that they were spit out, indicating they went through this process where the ballots were created and filled in by the machines.
Moseder mentioned that the machines have a USB port that would allow a user to attach a cell phone and allow a user from across the country could actually affect that machine. Then Moseder mentions Microsoft SQL was found on these machines as well. Also, there was no password required to get into this software. (As we’ve noted in the past, SQL will allow a user to change large chunks of data in seconds.)
Finally, Moseder reports on the emails obtained by the audit team involving the Secretary of State. The emails included ballot totals. These emails correspond with large swaths of ballots entering into the system at the exact same time.
See Moseder’s summary below: