(11 tweets) Check out this sold out event happening in a couple days in Houston.
(7 tweets) Remember this underreported story about a group of people - 1 armed - stormed into a county clerks office and demanded access to voting equipment?
(30 tweets) From the clips I’ve seen, the @frontlinepbs doc tonight - “Plot to Overturn the Election” will focus quite a bit on Antrim, so I’m going to collect my threads - some where I was doing research in real time as the events were unfolding - on Antrim and ASOG https://twitter.com/get_innocuous/status/1335836728905531393
(19 tweets) Earlier today, Patrick Byrne hopped on a live stream to discuss the latest "forensic report" released by Tina Peters' camp. I'll cover the report in a few days, but for now, I'd like to focus on the new details he mentioned about how the Mesa Co. forensic images were made.. https://t.co/Ai7Uzrhv3b
(22 tweets) I have to break Twitter hiatus for this. The indictment is up: https://lede-admin.coloradosun.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/15/2022/03/Indictment.pdf
(6 tweets) Your regular reminder that Doug Gould, the “cybersecurity expert” that has now released two reports on the stolen Mesa election system images has a website and it’s…special.
(6 tweets) This is an insane story that deserves more attention.
(7 tweets) Fun fact: not only was Mastriano involved in the rogue “audit” of Fulton Co., PA that was conducted by Wake TSI, but he also tried to get York Co., PA to comply with a request that “Allied Security Cooperation [sic, also, lol] Group” conduct an audit
(7 tweets) Of course things like this happen when I decide to spend less time on Twitter during the day so I can get actual work done https://twitter.com/KyleClark/status/1491162276375973891
(8 tweets) Of course. The Antrim “audit” gained little mainstream attn at the time, but we now have a better idea of how important it was for Trump’s coup plans.
(25 tweets) Taking another look at the archives of http://everylegalvote.com - a site that sprung up a week after the 2020 election, and had ties to ASOG and the Liberty Center for God and Country
(7 tweets) Some more preliminary findings from my adventures in crawling Apple Podcasts. For the following Qanon adjacent pods, let's see how many suggestions it takes before they're recommended: https://t.co/zIT8cZCKrf
(11 tweets) Of course Mark Cook and Shawn Smith were involved.
(8 tweets) Apple Podcast suggestions for around 650 podcasts ;) https://t.co/SmEsxZnEhW
(5 tweets) Well that’d explain why an affidavit from Phil Waldron (and published by Patrick Byrne) overlapped significantly with the draft executive order