(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
(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) I think I'm finally starting to get a somewhat cohesive picture of what what happened in the days after the 2020 election:
(13 tweets) I have lots of thoughts on this doc and will be posting them throughout the day as I can but the first thing that stands out is:
(8 tweets) .@mardilink does it again! She's obtained the Antrim county sign-in sheet for 12/06, the day that ASOG and members of Guiliani's legal time arrived in Antrim to conduct their "forensic audit"
(14 tweets) I'm hung over but that's not going to stop me. Thanks again to @visionsurreal for the tip re: Kerik's Jan 6 documents! https://twitter.com/get_innocuous/status/1477164247821918214
(24 tweets) NEW: I've found an editable PowerPoint version of the PDF that's floating around.
(27 tweets) I’ve realized I’ve hit the one year mark of closely following election fraud hijinks, especially when there bad infosec takes involved. Yay?
(9 tweets) Matt DePerno, Michigan AG hopeful, appears to have completely ignored the protective order prohibiting the distribution of forensic images of the Antrim County election equipment and shared the images with Joe Oltmann, who then provided it to Sidney Powell and Mike Lindell https://twitter.com/get_innocuous/status/1448788607775305731 https://t.co/BUPhr7tAVI
(27 tweets) I'm going through some of the exhibits from the Coomer V Trump case today. I started with a few mentions of Ron Watkins, and will use this thread for anything else I find that's interesting. https://twitter.com/get_innocuous/status/1448752544541405184?s=20
(19 tweets) Recapping the craziness from cyber symposium day 2. Starting with Dr. Doug Frank saying:
(24 tweets) Now that the Antrim case is over-ish, I'd like to share some info I came across while researching the auditors involved:
(10 tweets) Going to see if I can do a lightning round analysis of some of the more entertaining filings submitted recently in Antrim. Follow along, if you dare!
(6 tweets) For those following the Antrim saga, you can read the, uh, like 5th version of the amended complaint below.
(48 tweets) Alright, it's late, but screw it - he's my thread on some of the latest filings in Antrim. Specifically, the Lenberg reports: