Monday, October 18, 2021

QAnon Sarasota residents Doug Logan of Cyber Ninjas is Voice Over in Conspiracy Movie "Deep Rig" while Ann Vandersteel Hosted Movie premiere

QANON COMMUNITY BUILD IT AND THEY WILL COME TO SARASOTA: QAnon Sarasota residents Doug Logan of Cyber Ninjas is Voice Over in Conspiracy Movie "Deep Rig" while Ann Vandersteel Hosted Movie premiere. "The Deep Rig" movie shows that Sarasota based Cyber Ninjas CEO Doug Logan is the Anon of QAnon. Sarasota CEO Doug Logan of Cyber Ninjas Appears in 2021 Election QAnon Conspiracy Movie the "Deep Rig". Doug Logan CEO Cyber Ninjas Sarasota Fl aka QAnon Douglas Jay Logan, has been in the Sarasota Fl area since at least 2014, two years before 2016 presidential election. The Cyber Ninjas have stated that they do not have to comply with public records requests. The QAnon conspiracy theories have been amplified by Russian state-backed troll accounts on social media, as well as Russian state-backed traditional media, RT News aka Russia Today News.

screenshot photo credit ABC7 News Sarasota Oct 24, 2019 interview.

QAnon Cyber Ninjas' chief executive officer Doug Logan had tweeted support for conspiracy theories claiming Republican Donald Trump, and not Democrat Joe Biden, had won Maricopa County and Arizona. Bob Hughes of Cyber Ninjas is also working on the AZ 2020 Election audit. QAnon Doug Logan is a registered member of the Republican Party is Sarasota Fl. June 28, 2021 AZ Election Audit leader Doug Logan appears in conspiracy theorist election film "The Deep Rig". The documentary premiered over the weekend to a crowd of around 500 people at the Dream City Church in Phoenix AZ. Dream City Church is an Assemblies of God megachurch in Phoenix, Arizona. The weekly attendance is around 22,500. The CEO of a Florida-based firm chosen to conduct the review of Maricopa County’s election results appeared in a conspiracy theorist film riddled with falsehoods about the 2020 election and directed by a man whose previous work claimed aliens were behind 9/11. The B/S story of Q...QAnon purports that America is run by a cabal of pedophiles and Satan-worshipers who run a global child sex-trafficking operation and that former President Trump is the only person who can stop them. The information supposedly comes from a high-ranking government official who posts cryptic clues on 4chan and the even more unfettered site 8chan under the name "Q."

screenshot photo credit ABC7 News Sarasota Oct 24, 2019 interview.

The Deep Rig filmmakers are saying that 100% of all profits are going to Byrne’s American Project, the nonprofit entity raising money to pay for the AZ audit. Byrne’s American Project claims to have raised $1.9 million for the audit thus far. Firms hired to do audits of election hardware and ballots are generally accredited by the Election Assistance Commission or are Certified Public Accounting firms well-versed in technical specifications and audit organization. No such credentials are held by Cyber Ninjas. Arizona Republic newspaper has filed a lawsuit to obtain financial records and communications from the Republican-led state Senate and Doug Logan's Cyber Ninjas on July 1st, 2021.

UPDATE JULY 16, 2021 Doug Logan CEO of Cyber Ninjas and Ben Cotton of CyFIR claim hacking attempts and uncounted ballots in Phoenix AZ 2020 election. Contractors hired by Arizona Senate Republicans to oversee a partisan review of the 2020 election said Thursday that they don’t have enough information to complete their report, and urged legislators to subpoena more records and survey voters at home. Leaders of the GOP audit described a wide variety of reasons their review is taking months longer than the 60 days initially planned, including confusion about damaged ballots and a lack of access to certain data. The Cyber Ninjas auditors paid by Arizona Senate Republicans to review Maricopa County’s 2020 general election said Thursday they have found security flaws and want to dig further. County officials, however, said the auditors' announcements are the latest in a series of sham declarations meant to cast doubt on the results and spur a redo of the election. A hearing in Phoenix on Thursday July 15, 2021 consisted of only Senate President Karen Fann, R-Prescott, and Sen. Warren Petersen, R-Gilbert, asking questions of Ken Bennett, former Arizona secretary of state and liaison for the Senate in audit; Doug Logan, CEO of auditing firm Cyber Ninjas; and Ben Cotton of digital security firm CyFIR. Cyber Ninjas auditors requested a door-to-door canvass of voters, additional hardware they said the county was withholding, as well as other data they said would paint a clearer picture of the election. Cyber Ninjas CEO Doug Logan and two others — Ben Cotton, head of the data forensics firm CyFIR and former Republican Secretary of State Ken Bennett, who is serving as a liaison between the Senate and the auditors — raised a number of issues, many misleading or wrong, that they said could be resolved with more data or cooperation from Maricopa County. The county's Republican-controlled Board of Supervisors has called the auditors incompetent and refused to cooperate. 

Ben Cotton is the CEO of the firm CyFIR, a digital security company working as a subcontractor for Cyber Ninjas, a Florida-based cybersecurity group. CyFIR is a spinoff of Cyber Technology Services; Ben Cotton, an election auditor who made and later recanted a claim that Maricopa County officials might have deleted election files from their computers before handing them over as part of a legislative subpoena, is CEO of both firms. As first noted by Arizona Republic reporter Jen Fifield, Cyber Technology Services’ website lists its address at a farmstead in Lake County, although other company materials refer to a headquarters in Manassas, Virginia. State property records show that Cotton owns the home, situated near the small community of Swan Lake. CyFIR’s address is listed in Ashburn, Virginia. On the CyFIR website they claim "CyFIR is led by a team of computer forensic practitioners with decades of experience serving the Federal Government (Special Forces, FBI, DEA, CIA) and Fortune 500 companies". No team members are mentioned by name. John Irvine was listed as CyTech's CTO in 2016.

Turns out Anon is … wait for it ...Cyber Ninjas CEO Doug Logan. The Arizona Mirror’s Jerod MacDonald-Evoy, who covered Saturday’s premiere of "The Deep Rig" at Dream City Church in north Phoenix, reports that Logan, in the film, says he believes the CIA, or perhaps former members of the spy agency, may be involved in plying America with “disinformation” about election fraud. Cyber Ninjas CEO Doug Logan had previously been speculated to be the voice behind “Anon,” in the film “The Deep Rig,” which was confirmed at the Saturday premiere of the film when he was revealed to be the voice of the anonymous person mid-way through the movie. “The Deep Rig” seeks to prove that the 2020 presidential election was rigged against Donald Trump, a claim that the former president and many of his supporters have echoed despite a total lack of evidence.  

CYBER NINJAS staffing has been an issue as well. Despite promises that an army of counters is imminent, only about a third of the 46 counting tables are being used. The Arizona State Senate agreed to pay Cyber Ninjas $150,000 in state money, but it is not clear how much more the audit will cost and who is paying for it. The pro-Trump One America News Network raised $150,000 in a single day in April and has continued to ask for donations. Mr. Logan has long since acknowledged the audit is costing more than the $150,000 authorized by the Senate. Outside interests tied to efforts to discredit the election results have been engaged in fundraising efforts. Logan has declined to detail financial information.

 >> Letter - House Committee on Oversight and Reform 

UPDATE WEDNESDAY JULY 14, 2021... Sarasota CEO Doug Logan & Cyber Ninjas Under Investigation by U.S. House Oversight Committee and DOJ Seeking Financial Records for AZ Election Audit Funding. Attorney General Merrick Garland separately expressed suspicion of post-2020 election audit efforts by Doug Logan & Cyber Ninjas, saying the Justice Department will become “aggressively involved” in investigating legal violations by Cyber Ninjas auditors. All the the election machines Cyber Ninjas handled during 2020 election audit have been decertified and new voting machines were purchased to replace them TODAY by State of AZ for $3 Million dollars that AZ taxpayers will have to absorb.

 “The Committee is particularly concerned that your company’s (CYBER NINJAS) actions could undermine the integrity of federal elections and interfere with Americans’ constitutional right to cast their ballot freely and to have their votes counted without partisan interference,” Oversight Committee Chairwoman Carolyn Maloney and Rep. Jamie Raskin wrote.

Arizona’s largest county approved nearly $3 million Wednesday July 14 for new vote-counting machines to replace those used in the 2020 election, which were given to legislative Republicans for a "partisan" review of the results. The GOP-controlled Maricopa County Board of Supervisors said the machines were compromised because they were in the control of Doug Logan and Cyber Ninjas based in Sarasota Fl as they are not accredited to handle election equipment.

Roger R. Richards a filmmaker known for a film that claims 9/11 was an alien conspiracy is directing a documentary promoting baseless election fraud claims — a movie that features people working for the Arizona Senate’s election 'audit', that was filmed at the 'audit' site and is based on a book written by a man who is raising money from Trump supporters to fund the 'audit'. The director, Roger R. Richards, has made a number of highly conspiratorial films featuring QAnon-related claims around the “Deep State” as well as the end of the world, as predicted by aliens and the CIA. The film Deep Rig is directed by Roger R. Richards, whose previous work includes a QAnon based film that claimed 9/11 was the work of aliens. Despite this track record, Richards and his crew received unprecedented access to the audit floor prior to and during ballot counting. At one point in the film, MacDonald-Evoy reported, the film shows a close-up shot of a voter’s ballot.
The host of Saturday’s premiere was QAnon believer Ann Vandersteel, who introduced “Az Deep Rig Field Operative”/felon Austin Steinbart, sometimes referred to as BabyQ. Steinbart was recently released from prison, where he served time for interstate communications with intent to extort. Another member of the Cyber Ninjas audit team, Bob Hughes, answered questions after the film aired.

Lt General Michael Flynn (Q) appears in "The Deep Rig" conspiracy theory movie with Sarasota Cyber Ninjas CEO Doug Logan. QAnon Sarasota Cyber Ninjas CEO Doug Logan aka 'Anon' worked with Michael Flynn who also moved to the Sarasota Fl area. Lt General Michael Flynn recently purchased a house on Weiskoph Dr Englewood Fl. “The Deep Rig,” features Michael Flynn, the disgraced former national security adviser who has become one of the leading figures within the QAnon movement. The documentary’s press kit calls it a Zero Hour Alchemy Production, an Advanced Cinemagraphic Presentation, and a Roger R. Richards Film, produced, co-written, and co-directed by Steve Lucescu, and produced by Byrne. It also promises 100% of profits will be donated to Byrne’s The America Project. Gen Flynn’s presence at an anti mask signing event in Venice Fl Sept 13, 2021 may seem strange, but the former general and QAnon icon lives just 25 minutes away, in Englewood Fl, and is part of a growing cast of pro-Trump conspiracy theorists, insurrectionists, and election truthers who call Sarasota County home, they purchased homes. founder and uber–conspiracy theorist Patrick Byrne recently purchased six properties in the country, all at extremely inflated prices. In June, Byrne's company also purchased a 10,000 square-foot building at 959 E Venice Ave Venice, FL which was the former home of Bayside Gynecology. Cyber Ninjas, the company with no election audit experience currently running the recount in Arizona’s Maricopa County, is headquartered in Sarasota County at Doug Logan's home 1449 Myakka Rd. Charlie Kirk, head of the pro-Trump, far-right group Turning Point USA, which is targeting local school boards around the country, also lives in Sarasota county. And let’s not forget Maria Zack, the conspiracy theorist who believes that the 2020 election was somehow stolen through the use of Italian military satellites. She also now lives in Sarasota County. 

photo credit above Joseph Cooke/The Republic
QANON COMMUNITY BUILD IT AND THEY WILL COME TO SARASOTA: Ann Vandersteel joins the lunatic Q fringe in Sarasota Fl area with Lt General Michael Flynn, Doug Logan and Joe Flynn. Ann Vandersteel was all in on the Q movie the 'Deep Rig'. Ann Vandersteel is living in a beach house way out on the south end of Blind Pass Rd on Siesta Key Fl. When will Trump buy a house in the SRQ area, or has he already? Host of 'Steel Truth' Ann Vandersteel moderates a QAnon conspiracy influencer panel with Patrick Byrne, Joe Flynn, movie producer Steve Lucescu, Phil Waldron, Joe Oltmann, film director Roger Richards and Bob Hughes at "The Deep Rig" QAnon movie premiere at Dream City Church on June 26, 2021.
Donald Trump has retweeted QAnon-promoting accounts. Followers flock to Trump’s rallies wearing clothes and hats with QAnon symbols and slogans.

SO WHO IS Q? QAnon's slogan is #WWG1WGA "where we go one we go all". Anon has been revealed as Sarasota's Cyber Ninjas boss Doug Logan. QAnon first received attention from mainstream press in December 2017, and in the early months of 2018 the conspiracy theory received traction from the mainstream right. Television host Sean Hannity spread news about QAnon to their social media followers. InfoWars host and far-right conspiracy theorist Alex Jones claimed to be in personal contact with Q. The presence en masse of QAnon adherents at a July 2018 Trump rally for the midterm elections in Tampa, Florida, marked the conspiracy theory's entry into the mainstream. QAnon followers have come to refer Pres Donald Trump as "Q+". The imageboard website 8chan, rebranded to 8kun in 2019, is QAnon's online home, as it is the only place Q posts messages. After Trump lost the election to Joe Biden, updates from Q declined dramatically. QAnon beliefs became a part of attempts to overturn the election results, culminating in the storming of the United States Capitol on Jan 6th 2021. The term 'Anon' is an anonymous or pseudonymous Internet poster. The radical far left has the Anonymous Group and the radical far right has the QAnon Group. 8chan's former administrator Ron Watkins, works with Q, knows Q's identity, or he is a Q

CBS News March 2021: When Jacob Chansley, the so-called "QAnon shaman," planted a spear-tipped flag in the U.S. Capitol during the January 6th insurrection his intent was to "capture and assassinate" elected officials, according to U.S. prosecutors. In an interview with 60 Minutes+, Chansley denied that, saying his actions "were not an attack on this country." The FBI has arrested well over 300 people so far in connection with the insurrection, dozens of whom belonged to the QAnon conspiracy group. The riot exposed the violent nature of QAnon. ABC NEWS JAN 19, 2021: QAnon emerges as recurring theme of criminal cases tied to US Capitol siege. Sarasota man Joseph Hackett is one of the latest persons indicted in connection with the Jan. 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol, court records show. Four names were added to the list including members of Oath Keepers Joseph Hackett, 51, of Sarasota and Graydon Young of Englewood Fl, already in custody in the case, also faces additional charges in the US Capitol siege

Daniel Lyons Scott, 28, of Bradenton Fl, a self-identified Proud Boy, was arrested on charges of assault on a federal officer, obstruction of law enforcement during civil disorder, and knowingly engaging in acts of physical violence on restricted grounds. The FBI first labeled QAnon and its fluid online community of supporters like Oath Keepers and Proud Boys as a "dangerous extremist group" in August 2019, and over the past two weeks it has featured prominently in criminal indictments filed against many of those alleged to have participated in the Jan. 6 Capitol riot, mostly from Florida, including a number accused of egregious crimes.

UPDATE JULY 13, 2021 TAMPA, Fla. — The United States Capitol Police, a Federal agency, announced changes Wednesday in the wake of the attack on the U.S. Capitol in January, including plans to create regional field offices in California and Florida because of potential threats from those states. "The new USCP field offices will be in the Tampa and San Francisco areas," the agency said in an email. "At this time, Florida and California are where the majority of our threats originate from."More than 535 people have been arrested since the U.S. Capitol was violently breached six months ago. Fifty-five of those arrested were from Florida and approximately a dozen called the Bay Area home. Four people from the Tampa Bay area — Olivia Pollock, Joshua Doolin, Joseph Hutchinson and Michael Perkins — were arrested on June 30, prosecutors said, Jonathan Pollock is wanted and on the run. LAKELAND, Fla. July 12th, 2021 – IT"s POLITICAL, A day after his brother and sister were indicted on charges that could yield long prison sentences, Gabriel Pollock stood behind the counter at Rapture Guns and Knives in North Lakeland the family gun shop, relaxed and grinning. Pollock said he considers Olivia Pollock and Jonathan Pollock victims of politics after they were charged with assaulting law-enforcement offers during the Jan. 6 riot at the U.S. Capitol, among other offenses.

BOLO: A fifth person, Jonathan Daniel Pollock, has not been apprehended. Justice Department lawyers said all of the defendants except Joshua Doolin attacked police officers on Jan. 6, at times using makeshift weapons like stolen riot shields and flagpoles. Prosecutors accused Perkins of thrusting a flagpole into the chest of a police officer. They charged Jonathan Pollock with dragging two police officers down a set of stairs and ramming a stolen police shield into an officer's throat. Jonathan Daniel Pollock is 5' 10" tall, DOB 2/22/1999, age 22, and was known to drive a 2016 silver Ford pick-up and links to Kathleen Fl and Marion County Fl.

BOLO WANTED BY FBI & CAPITOL POLICE: Jonathan Pollock aka #Magnolia aka #FullCamoKneePads on the run from Lakeland Fl a warrant listed Jonathan Pollock as armed and dangerous. Jonathan Daniel Pollock has multiple charges in connection with violent attacks on Capitol Police at the U.S. Capitol Riots on Jan 6th and is currently a fugitive from Justice. Jonathan Daniel Pollock is 5' 10" tall, DOB 2/22/1999, age 22, and was known to drive a 2016 silver Ford pick-up. Jonathan Pollock has had access to an assortment of firearms, long guns and hand guns. Jonathan Daniel Pollock of Lakeland Fl has relatives in Kathleen Fl and had been known to visit Marion County Fl, he remains at large. Jonathan Daniel Pollock links to QAnon which has members in the Sarasota and Bradenton Fl area. Florida is the leading state for arrests related to the attack, with at least 55 arrested so far. More than 100 Capitol police officers were injured during the January 6 attack. The agency told the News Service of Florida that the new offices — another is opening in San Francisco — will help them weed out potential threats to members of Congress.

The United States Capitol Police (USCP) is a CALEA nationally-accredited, federal law enforcement agency. Capitol Police to open office in Tampa Fl. Capitol Police are issued the Glock 22 which has 15 rounds per magazine capacity and chambered for the .40 caliber Smith & Wesson cartridge. Most likely the new U.S. Capitol Police office in Tampa will be linked to the FBI-FDLE Fusion Centers in Tampa, Orlando and Fort Myers, see Tampa Bay Regional Intelligence Center (TBRIC) and Central Florida Intelligence eXchange (CFIX) and Southwest Florida Fusion Center (RSIX). FDLE Fusion Centers, FDLE is composed of five areas: Executive Direction and Business Support, Criminal Investigations and Forensic Science, Criminal Justice Information, Criminal Justice Professionalism and Florida Capitol Police. Mission, to promote public safety and strengthen domestic security by providing services in partnership with local, state, and federal criminal justice agencies to prevent, investigate, and solve crimes while protecting Florida’s citizens and visitors.

NEWSWEEK June 27, 2021: The CEO head of the Florida-based firm chosen to conduct an election audit of Arizona's largest county is Doug Logan who was revealed as "Anon," of QAnon notoriety. Cyber Ninjas CEO Doug Logan was confirmed as the voice behind "Anon" in the election conspiracy theory film 'The Deep Rig'. On his now deleted twitter account Doug 'Anon' Logan had identified himself as a "Follower of Christ and proud American". Doug Logan claims he is a Christian and the Cyber Ninjas hold Christian values. "Cyber Ninjas supports 'Hand to the Plow' Christian ministry work in Haiti because we believe in their mission, and their works embodies many of the core Christian principals that this company was founded on". Christianity, particularly evangelical Christiainity, is a huge thing in QAnon. QAnon promoters with names like “Praying Medic” frame QAnon in Christian terms, pulling even more people into the conspiracy theory. Some Christian pastors have introduced their congregations to QAnon ideas, with at least one ministry combining QAnon and Christianity in its services, like the Dream City Church in Phoenix AZ where the QAnon movie 'Deep Rig' premiered. A May 30, 2019, FBI "Intelligence Bulletin" memo from the Phoenix AZ Field Office identified QAnon-driven extremists as a domestic terrorism threat.

QAnon influencer Austin Steinbart aka BabyQ convicted felon. Perhaps the most controversial faction within QAnon centers on Austin Steinbart, a twentysomething man nicknamed “BabyQ” who claims to be Q himself. Steinbart has a devoted fanbase, including a rotating cast of roughly a dozen acolytes who live with him in a house in Scottsdale, Arizona, and devote their lives to promoting him as the face of QAnon. Steinbart had been “hired” by a pro-QAnon film crew making a documentary about him. UPDATE April 6, 2021. A QAnon influencer who claims to be from the future was released after spending 225 days in prison. Austin Steinbart, 30, pleaded guilty last year to one count of interstate communications with intent to extort, a felony. Steinbart was sentenced to "time served," meaning the judge determined that Steinbart's time spent awaiting a sentence satisfied the punishment of the charge, the Department of Justice announced Monday.

PHOTO: Cyber Ninjas CEO Doug Logan answers questions at a hearing held by Arizona Senate Republicans conducting an audit of Maricopa County votes from the 2020 election. [Howard Fischer/Capitol Media Services] Numerous online conspiracy theorist websites and popular QAnon forums had previously speculated that Doug Logan, who is now set to lead Arizona's self-audit, had deep ties to the "leadership" of the loose-knit group. "If we don't fix our election integrity now, we may no longer have a democracy," Logan says in the Rig film. He goes on to claim that current and former members of the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) were involved with a "disinformation" campaign directed at the 2020 presidential election.

Doug Logan deleted his Twitter account, @securityvoid, sometime in January 2021, he had identified himself as a "Follower of Christ and proud American". But online archives show extensive activity in support of the Stop the Steal movement that has repeated false and unsubstantiated claims that Biden won the 2020 through election fraud. Biden defeated Trump by 10,457 votes in Arizona, making him the first Democrat to win the state’s electoral votes since 1996, and only the second since 1948. Doug Logan retweeted a tweet from his pal Michael Flynn, Trump’s former national security advisor who advocated the use of martial law to overturn the election results, asking “How many overseas connections are we talking about involved in our 3 NOV election? Are there any foreign countries NOT interfering in our elections, China, Serbia, Italy, Germany, Iran WTH!”

Former CEO and Trump ally Patrick Byrne is the main star of the film, which is based on a book Byrne wrote. Byrne is the founder of a Florida-based 501(c)(4) that is aiming to raise $2.8 million to fund the Arizona audit. “If we don’t fix our election integrity now, we may no longer have a democracy,” Logan says towards the end of the film. Logan also said in the film, before he was unmasked, that he believed that the CIA or former members of the intelligence agency may be involved with “disinformation” around election fraud. Logan did not provide any evidence to back up this assertion. During a question-and-answer session with the audience at Dream City Church in Phoenix, where the event was held, another member of the audit team, Bob Hughes, said he designed the paper evaluation system used by audit workers to examine the paper of the ballots for alleged anomalies such as bamboo fibers and evidence that the ballots were filled out by machines. A handful of Republican lawmakers attended the film’s premier, including Reps. Mark Finchem and Sen. Sonny Borrelli. Logan started Cyber Ninjas in 2013 in Indiana after working for two years for a cybersecurity firm called Cigital, according to his LinkedIn profile and Cyber Ninja press releases. He moved his firm from Indiana to Sarasota in 2014, according to the Cyber Ninjas website, which quotes Logan describing the firm as a "Christian company." Last year, when Cyber Ninjas received $98,000 in federal COVID relief money, it claimed five employees.

Anon of QAnon is Sarasota Cyber Ninjas CEO Doug Logan. POLITICO JULY 12 2021: This past weekend, two promoters of QAnon conspiracy theories were given press credentials to Donald Trump’s MAGA rally in Sarasota, Fla. The men took selfies with their badges, taunted journalists covering the event as “fake news,” showed off their wristbands printed with the QAnon's slogan #WWG1WGA” ("where we go one, we go all,") and generally reveled in the access they’d scored. Trump’s press team said the two men, Jeffrey Pedersen and his podcast co-host Shannon Shadygroove:, were not welcome, and had registered for the rally with “Red State Talk Radio,” a network that has sent people who, a Trump aide said, “appear to be legitimate” to events before. Pederson and Grooove were later identified as QAnon followers by Alex Kaplan of progressive watchdog group Media Matters, after which Trump’s team said they are considering a new policy to verify reporters ahead of events to prevent people like the two men from gaining access.

Sarasota Herald Tribune editor Chris Anderson points out today that Cyber Ninjas the controversial Sarasota company in charge of the election audit sham in Arizona is veiled in secrecy. You know, the one where they were examining 40,000 ballots for traces of bamboo shoots to prove they came from Asia.

This fiasco began in January when the GOP-led Arizona Senate demanded that Maricopa County fork over everything that had to do with the 2020 election. By March, the Cyber Ninjas computer security company had been hired to examine it all, and they have been under national media scrutiny ever since, largely because no one seems to know who they are.

Cyber Ninjas play by their own rules: The Cyber Ninjas have recruited their hand-counters almost exclusively from the Republican Party. The Cyber Ninjas counting teams are not bipartisan. The Cyber Ninjas counting teams included one former Republican state legislator who ran on the very ballots being audited. The Ninjas staff also includes members of former President Donald Trump’s campaign team, and tours of the auditing area are regularly given to Republican elected officials. The Cyber Ninjas are only counting two races: the presidential and the U.S. Senate – both races in which the Democratic challenger beat the Republican incumbent. Prior to Arizona Senate President Karen Fann’s audit, the Cyber Ninjas had never before conducted any type of election audit. The Ninjas’ only subcontractor with any election audit experience – a group called Wake TSI – quit midway through Fann’s audit, and had only conducted one previous audit of 1,000 ballots. The Cyber Ninjas have given the pro-Trump outfit One America News Network special, exclusive access throughout the entirety of Fann’s audit, while other members of the media have been relegated to the distant bleachers at the coliseum. The Cyber Ninjas have stated that they do not have to comply with public records requests.

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