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Federal Agents Raid Home in Connection to Voter Data Theft, Guess What They Found

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Federal Agents Raid Home in Connection to Voter Data Theft, Guess What They Found

Following the election, the home of Elliot Kerwin was raided in connection to a voter data theft investigation.

It really is a shame that we're not hearing about these sorts of things in the news, but we all know that they have an agenda to push liberal ideology on Americans.

Back while all the ballots were still being counted in Arizona, federal agents raided Kerwin's home in Maricopa County.

They were looking for evidence from a cyberattack that happened which resulted in stolen voter data. What they ended up finding was three computers, eight hard drives, and a bag of USB drives.

According to Forbes,

The warrant, discovered by Forbes this week, reveals investigators have been looking into a computer intrusion at an unnamed “victim office,” which occurred from October 21 to November 4. At the Kerwin residence, they were looking for any evidence within the seized computers that showed they’d been used to access the IT network at the office, as well as “protected voters’ information” and any indication that it had been disseminated to other people.

Of the 15 county recorder’s offices contacted by Forbes about the investigation, only one, Maricopa County, confirmed voter data had been stolen, noting that a federal investigation was under way. The Maricopa County Recorder’s office, which is just 30 minutes’ drive south from Kerwin’s home, did not confirm whether or not the investigation was the same as that referred to in the search warrant.

Some of the data that the agents were looking for consisted of, user login credentials and accounts, voter registration records, evidence of unauthorized access to the website and computer systems of the targeted office, as well at evidence of any attempts to damage the systems.

It's unclear how this is related to the current investigations going on with the voter fraud, or if it's related at all.

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