Federal Agents Found Bags Of USB Sticks In Raid Of Arizona Home – Theft Of Voter Data Suspected

Just two days after the 11/3 election, Federal Agents raided a home in Maricopa County. Their presumed objective: find evidence of a cyberattack and stolen voter data. Their raid produced three computers, eight hard drives, and USB sticks. Correction, a bag of USB sticks.

The owner of the home was served a warrant. But, he has yet to face charges. Currently, the public has not seen evidence of anything other than stolen voter data. Maricopa County confirmed with Forbes that voter information had been stolen, noting there has been no confirmation if the investigation “was the same as that referred to in the search warrant.”

There are no claims that this alleged cyberattack interfered with the 2020 election. The DHS Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency has said the 2020 election was the “most secure in American History.”


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