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Colorado Democrats Pass ‘Rules’ That Prohibit Election Audits

Last month, Democrats across the country were horrified when Republican voters in Arizona began auditing the state’s highly dubious 2020 election debacle, specifically for Maricopa County where, after the counting was delayed for days last November, a surprise flood of last-minute ballots suddenly materialized – handing that key swing state to Democratic nominee Joe Biden, albeit by the slimmest of margins.

In response to these numerous calls nationwide for election accountability, Democrats in Colorado have rushed to pass new ‘measures’ that prohibit any such election audits from taking place in the Democrat-controlled state.

“My office just issued rules prohibiting sham election audits in the State of Colorado. We will not risk the state’s election security nor perpetuate The Big Lie. Fraudits have no place in Colorado,” said Secretary of State, Democrat Jena Griswold on Twitter this week.

“Colorado’s elections are considered the safest in the nation, and we must remain steadfast in our dedication to security,” said Griswold in her press release. “Along those lines, no third-party person or vendor will be permitted access to voting equipment in our state. We will not risk the state’s election security nor perpetuate The Big Lie. Sham audits have no place in Colorado.”

The Independent Chronicle reports…

The rules dictate that only certain qualified parties can access the state’s voting systems, including, “an employee of the county clerk, an employee of the voting system provider, an employee of the Secretary of State’s Office, or an appointed election judge.” The party must also pass “a comprehensive criminal background check” to access the systems.

Texas senator Ted Cruz responded to Colorado’s measure, asking why they would prohibit ballot audits if they truly had nothing to hide.

“This is just odd,” Cruz tweeted. “Who puts out rules saying ‘NO AUDITS ALLOWED!!’ Only those with something to hide.”

“If a company said “WE REFUSE TO BE AUDITED,” would you invest in them? (And to the straw man re “sham” audits, of course, don’t have a sham. But real audits are good.)” his tweet continued.


RELATED: Maricopa County ballot count completed, paper inspections continue

Maricopa County completed its ballot-counting process last week, accounting for 2.1 million ballots cast in the election. The audit process has drawn many critics, who say efforts to confirm the election’s legitimacy are part of the “Big Lie” that the election was stolen by the Democratic Party.

READ MORE 2020 ELECTION NEWS AT: 21st Century Wire 2020 Files




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