Thu Nov 04 21:03:27 +0000 2021
The Fulton County, PA audit, conducted by Wake TSI (before their involvement in Maricopa) has not received nearly enough attention.
Thanks to @jeremyduda, @marley_parish and @weareoversight for staying on top of this.
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As I've covered previously Randy Bunch, one of the 3 Fulton Co. commissioners, was in DC on 1/6.
Together, he and another commissioner, Stuart Ulsh, went over the head of Paula Shives - the 3rd Fulton commissioner - and coordinated the Wake TSI "audit".
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The reporting so far has made it seem as if PA Sen. Judy Ward initiated contact with Fulton County.
However, Fulton comish Randy Bunch reached out to Ward on 11/12 to ask "what's going on with this rigged election" and asked if "there was anything I can do"
Bunch also mentioned a "tweet that President Trump put out about the Dominos [sic] voting machines"
According to texts, Doug Mastriano seemed to be sending Wake TSI's Gene Kern around to attempt to conduct audits using just the threat of subpoenas.
Wake TSI's Gene Kern continued to wield the threat of subpoenas in communications with Fulton County Election Coordinator Patti Hess. No wonder Wake TSI ended up involved in the Maricopa audit. Kern's obviously willing to play ball with Republican legislators.
Kern also asked the two audit friendly commissioners, Stuart Ulsh and Randy Bunch, for their personal email addresses.
Conveniently, he did not ask for the 3rd commissioners contact info. She was the lone dissenter and pushed for subpoenas before any "audits" could happen
To recap: PA State Senators worked with Sydney Powell's Defending the Republic to contract a private firm, Wake TSI, that used just the threat of subpoenas in order to conduct rogue audits that had no actual legal authorization. 1/2
Wake TSI's involvement in Fulton was then used to justify their participation in the Maricopa audit, where they were tasked with managing the recount.
Even though their Fulton work only covered 1,300 ballots, and not the 2.1 million that Maricopa had 2/2
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