(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:
(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"
(19 tweets) The INCRDIBLE team @weareoversight has just published communications they obtained from Windham, NH administrators and external entities regarding the Windham, NH audit that took place this earlier this year. Keep an eye on this thread for interesting findings!
(16 tweets) This tweet is not getting nearly enough attention. There's a lot going on here:
(11 tweets) Loooootttsss of good info in this thread and the article. https://twitter.com/utilityreporter/status/1442567198074019840
(20 tweets) Welp https://twitter.com/hankdeanlight/status/1441222066649255942
(66 tweets) Been relatively quiet today because I've been preparing for the AZ audit results tomorrow. I'll start live tweeting in a thread under this tweet when the event starts at 1PM MST/PST/GMT-7.
(35 tweets) New thread that I'll use for interesting finds from the email communications in the Maricopa drops
(16 tweets) On 4/6 @FannKfann asked @jeremyduda if "the media had done background checks on the employees of Pro V & V or SLI" - two firms that were hired by the Maricopa BOS to perform an audit.
(63 tweets) Thread on the Maricopa hearing.
(61 tweets) Welp…here I go. https://t.co/NJArMFc1P0
(19 tweets) I'm slowly coming back up to speed after being AFK for a few days, and am finally catching on to the in-fighting around the AZ audit. Looks like Byrne and DePerno are big mad at each other, so DePerno's launched a competing source of funding for the audits.
(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: