This is the cycle of conspiracy theories. 1. Request irrelevant data 2. Officials say "no, it's irrelevant" 3. See it's a conspiracy! 4. Collect donations 5. Officials relent and give them the data 6. Collect more donations 7. Find a new thing, go to (1)
BREAKING: Arizona Senate issues audit subpoena for Maricopa County routers washex.am/3y7h9gf -- for @dcexaminer
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1:06 PM ยท Jul 27, 2021

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When the routers are done, it'll be something else that's equally stupid. Like maybe they should check all the lightbulbs. Or try and get passport scans of everyone who delivered pizzas during the count. It'll never end.
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The point, of course, is not to find evidence of fraud. It's to collect donations, and to maybe have some more files you can convert to hexadecimal, scroll quickly behind you in a video, and use it to trick gullible pensioners into buying some more of your overpriced pillows.
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Folks don't like to call it corruption because it's not directly illegal, but using the powers of elected office to do doomed things entirely unconnected with reality for the sole purpose of collecting partisan donations is no less corrupt than taking dufflebags of cash for votes
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Naive to assume conspiracy theories are often created with some kind of legitimate concern in the minds of the creators. Many times if not mostly conspiracy theories can directly be attributed to bad actors.
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Where does he assume that?
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Imagine the conspiracies someone could cook up from just the background noise in router logs. All it takes is one IP address that has a wrong geolocation.
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I have a plan
Going to send Trump a bunch of routers and wait for the limb loss
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