FBI Raids Home of Elections Official Tied to QAnon Voter Fraud Scheme

FBI agents on Tuesday raided the home of a Colorado elections official who was involved in an amateur QAnon-tied investigation of voter fraud in the 2020 election. Federal, state, and local law enforcement searched the homes of Mesa County Clerk Tina Peters and three of her associates in the early-morning raids, according to Mesa County’s district attorney.Continue reading “FBI Raids Home of Elections Official Tied to QAnon Voter Fraud Scheme”

North Carolina Republicans Threaten to Use Police Force to Inspect Voting Machines

Despite the elections board stating there was no evidence of fraud in the state Trump easily won, the state’s House Freedom Caucus is demanding the right to conduct their own investigation A group of Republican lawmakers in North Carolina who call themselves the House Freedom Caucus are conducting their own investigation into election fraud, saying they willContinue reading “North Carolina Republicans Threaten to Use Police Force to Inspect Voting Machines”

Colorado secretary of state appoints new official to supervise Mesa County elections

Colorado Secretary of State Jena Griswold on Tuesday took the extraordinary step of appointing a new official to supervise elections in rural Mesa County, where federal and local authorities are investigating a security breach that included the leak of voting system passwords. Griswold gave Mesa County Treasurer Sheila Reiner the authority to oversee election functions and appointed a three-personContinue reading “Colorado secretary of state appoints new official to supervise Mesa County elections”

A QAnoner Posted One County’s Election Passwords. The County Clerk Allegedly Helped.

Colorado’s secretary of state on Thursday accused a Republican county official of allowing an unauthorized person to access the county’s voting machines — leading to a leak of sensitive information into the right-wing fever swamps. After that alleged incident, video and photos of the county’s voting machines — and county-specific passwords — were posted onlineContinue reading “A QAnoner Posted One County’s Election Passwords. The County Clerk Allegedly Helped.”

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