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House Democrats Send Threatening 13-Page Letter to Obstruct Arizona Audit, Launch Investigation

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U.S. House Democrats issued a 13-page letter to Cyber Ninjas CEO Douglas Logan on Wednesday, requesting documents pertaining to the Maricopa County audit in Arizona — including who is paying the price.

According to the Arizona Republic, the House Oversight and Reform Committee cited Cyber Ninjas’ “lack of experience, its reported mismanagement” and took a jab at Logan himself by mentioning his own “bias and history of embracing conspiracy theories related to the election.”

It’s an interesting turn of events in Arizona’s election auditAnd it’s bringing the election integrity issue to a national scale.

Since November, discussions about election integrity have become increasingly common. Some states have even proposed or passed voting bills in hopes of fairer, more secure future elections and, needless to say, they’ve met some resistance. (Georgia and Texas, anyone?)

But surrounding all of the establishment media buzz and rampant accusations of voter suppression, we have a real issue on our hands.

This time, it’s not just about election integrity; it’s also about oversight.

Suffice it to say, the federal government (yes, the House Oversight and Reform Committee in this case) exerts no authority over state elections, but that won’t stop House Democrats from trying.

In the committee’s condescending letter, the Democrats attacked Logan on claims that he “sought to advance the ‘big lie’ of debunked voter fraud allegations [from] the November 2020 presidential election,” and questioned whether Cyber Ninjas’ audit efforts would actually benefit election integrity going forward.

“We are concerned about your company’s role in this highly unusual effort, given Cyber Ninjas’ apparent lack of experience in conducting election-related audits,” the letter states.

“Reports that the company engaged in sloppy and insecure audit practices that compromised the integrity of ballots and voting equipment and were questioned by the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ); and evidence that you and other individuals funding the audit have sought to advance the ‘big lie’ of debunked voter fraud allegations in the November 2020 presidential election.”

The committee’s letter goes on to mention that the right to vote is protected by the Constitution (it’s not, by the way), and questions whether Cyber Ninjas’ efforts would advance voting rights or would instead “promote baseless conspiracy theories” and “undermine confidence in America’s elections.”

We’ve heard those buzz phrases from the left time and again.

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