Today in Arizona: Cyber Ninja’s Report Is Due!

The up-hill climb

Today, the Cyber Ninnies are due to release their findings of the Big Lie in the Terrible Sand Kingdom of Arizonastan. Can you feel the excitement?

(CNN)The company that conducted Arizona’s sham review of the 2.1 million ballots cast in Maricopa County during the 2020 presidential election is set Monday to deliver a report detailing their findings to the Republican state senators who ordered it up…

…The report’s delivery to state senators Monday does not mean it will be immediately released to the public. Instead, Senate Republicans and their representatives plan to review it. Ken Bennett, the Senate’s liaison with the audit team, said last week that a group will spend the following “days or weeks” verifying and “checking for accuracy” the report.

Bennett told CNN he wanted to “spread fact, not rumor” that this would only be a draft report and it would not be made public. The Senate team, will review the report and could ask Cyber Ninjas for further clarifications of its findings.

“Senate team will then review for accuracy and clarity for final report which will be released publicly,” state Senate President Karen Fann, a Republican, tweeted last week.

And at last, we will learn the results of the latest bamboo-fibre technology!

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14 Responses to Today in Arizona: Cyber Ninja’s Report Is Due!

  1. osirisopto says:

    Haven’t you heard about how Dr. Jill Biden undermined the war in Afghanistan?

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  2. Martin Pollard says:

    How many quatloos will you bet that when the Great Vote Fraudit turns out to be a Double Nothingburger With Extra No-Cheese, it’ll be quietly buried and never brought up again?

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    • Weird Dave says:

      The Ninnies are sooo good the report will remain invisible…

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    • They’re already pushing the ‘Manny Peoples’ excuse.

      “Manny Peoples is concerned about election integrity, so we must implement this list…” [comically long list unrolls from their hands and unfurls cross the room] “..of Election Integrity Regulations so we can maintain the Republican Majority enshrined in law”

      no, lterally, when a GQP legislator pushing more draconian rules for mail-in ballots was asked point blank whether the “distrust in election integrity” he’s citing was because of his party’s constant drumbeat about fraud, he said “Now, we whould do this even if no one is complaining because ElEcTiOn InTeGrItY!!”.

      Fucking Manny Peoples, always sticking his nose in and making shit harder than it should be for folks…

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    • MDavis says:

      That sounds like a missed opportunity that got will get away.

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  3. roket says:

    Transparency in gummit has been removed from the table. Let the litigations from all directions begin.

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    • We shall see. Guv Il<?i> Deuce Ducey packed the state Supreme Court (seriously, added two justices that. of course, he got to pick!) but the state’s public records laws are strong and constitutionally mandated (they can’t just repeal them).

      We have occasionally gottem public records requests for computer system passwords; we have been instructed to refer all such requests to the University lawyers instead of saying “No, you dumb fucks, we don’t have to give you those!” because when some harried sysadmin did that 25 years ago, we came this -> <- close to getting a precedent set that such things were indeed ‘public records’. (old judges, clueless about technology. our side won the appeal by one vote of the panel, iirc)

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