During today’s hearing in Arizona, retired Army Colonel Hil Waldron cited a whistleblower’s email that claimed 35,000 fraudulent votes were provided to Democratic candidates.
Displaying the email during the hearing, Waldron claimed the email came directly from a tech support member of Pima County. Although the whistleblower wanted to remain anonymous, Waldron still had hoped the whistleblower would sign an affidavit. The writer of the email still has yet to come forward.
Anonymous email from Pima County tech provider alleging that 35,000 votes were given to all Democrat candidates in Pima county.— Praying Medic (@prayingmedic) November 30, 2020
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The email contained information regarding Pima County and the Democratic party’s plan to fraudulently create votes for their preferred candidate saying they, “added fraud votes in the initial vote-by-mail totals released at 8 p.m. on Nov. 3.” Additionally, the email stated the Democratic Party of Pima County had, on September 10th, held a meeting to discuss what the whistleblower calls “embedded vote.”
Along with the email, Waldron asserted that the voting machines could be linked to the internet. With this in mind, Waldron sought the legislature’s ability to approve electors to the Electoral College.