(11 tweets) Check out this sold out event happening in a couple days in Houston.
(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) 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
(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!
(10 tweets) There’s an ASOG connection to this story about a former Houston cop who was paid $200k to “investigate voter fraud” and ended up pulling a gun on an AC repair guy after ramming his van last yr
(9 tweets) Ok I somehow missed that this was the source for Louie Gohmert’s “the army seized the servers” claim
(11 tweets) Let’s not forget that the likely principals behind the PowerPoint - Russ Ramsland, Phil Waldron, and ASOG - had quietly been working since late 2018 to sow doubt in our elections
(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?
(11 tweets) Some interesting ASOG related tidbits in the latest @weareoversight drop of docs related to the AZ audit. Looks like ASOG was going to charge $10k for a "Phase 1" audit that would last "7-10" days. https://t.co/s11oNywSx9
(16 tweets) Looks like the AZ Repubs have selected Russ Ramsland's Allied Security Operations group to perform their audit of the 2020 election https://www.azmirror.com/2021/02/03/fann-picks-trump-allied-firm-with-history-of-false-election-statements-to-audit-maricopa-election/
(57 tweets) I took today off to play Cyberpunk, but now that Trump's amplified the ASOG Antrim report, I guess I'll just start another thread to loosely collect my thoughts on the rest of it. You can find part 1 here: https://twitter.com/get_innocuous/status/1338576587780812800
(14 tweets) I'm beginning to think it wasn't a coincidence that Ramsland and @we_have_risen seem to be working off the same information. I don't think Ramsland is @We_Have_Risen but I do think they work for ASOG..
(4 tweets) I don’t know who needs to hear this, but Ramsland and ASOG do not have any knowledge that can verify a server was confiscated from Frankfurt. The “proof” I’ve seen so far is not actually proof of anything, other than, at one point, Scytl was using the Frankfurt AWS region
(4 tweets) While researching Russ Ramsland, I happened to notice that it looks like Ramsland and ASOG were provided access to some Antrim tabulation data a few days ago. Did you happen to catch this @paulegan4? https://www.democracydocket.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/45/2020/11/King-TRO-Reply.pdf https://t.co/gY40HnELqS