35,000 fraud votes were added for each Democrat candidate in Pima, Arizona according to a cybersecurity expert.
“We were focusing mainly on spike analysis – which is looking at the number of votes that were injected in a specific time period.
We found that the number of votes injected exceeded the ability of the scanners to process ballots and upload.
This is a signal of a potential anomaly, where we would want to go in and do a forensic analysis.”
Colonel Richard Waldron, a cybersecurity expert, said that he “received an anonymous email to all of the Arizona Election heads, detailing a meeting held by Democrats.”
This meeting detailed a plan to embed 35,000 votes for Democrats in Pima County. Waldron said they used algorithms to distribute the extra votes based on voting turnout.
This way, the embedded votes would not be suspicious. Waldron said he “hopes this individual will come forward and issue an affidavit.”