(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) Looks like Lin Wood and David Clements are accusing Mike Flynn and Patrick Byrne of having Conan Hayes “sweep” their phones.
(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:
(4 tweets) Welp, I've finally been able to positively identify @we_have_risen as C. James Hayes, who was confirmed to have been on site in Antrim, though their exact role is unclear. https://www.record-eagle.com/news/expert-witness-list-released-in-antrim-county-voter-case/article_5b10d158-60e0-11eb-9781-eb4a8d17cd14.html https://twitter.com/get_innocuous/status/1337505486657134592 https://t.co/y97U0Uw3iR
(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..
(34 tweets) I’m bored. Let’s talk about Russ Ramsland, and Allied Special Operations Group, the “cyber security” company that he works for, that also happens to be conducting the “forensic audit” of voting machines in Antrim County Michigan - https://www.freep.com/story/news/politics/elections/2020/12/06/trump-legal-team-examining-antrim-county-voting-equipment/3847931001/