We are very pleased to draw your attention to an excellent article recently written by Ruben Major reporting on suspicious hacking that was discovered in Arizona well before the primaries. The article delves into what is known about this hacking with great detail and many embedded news reports that verify the information. Arizona’s electoral system was definitely hacked before the primary. If we take this information and make some assumptions that this was not an isolated instance and that there could have been more hacks of different states, what is missing from this report is the speculative but increasingly likely possibility that Trump did not win the Republican nomination—he stole it, with the help of hackers. So hey, Republicans, if the Supreme Court gets all of this information and finds that even the Republican primary results were impacted by hackers in favor of Trump, how would you feel then about doing a complete Revote?
by Ruben Major, March 2, 2017
This article is part of a larger study which I am currently working on related to issues potentially pointing to hacking throughout the country. Arizona’s 2016 election was wrought with controversy, including Russian hacking, claims of people kicked off the voter rolls, and lawmaker account hacking.
While I have not gone back prior to 2016, it would not be surprising, based on the identified issues to find more controversy. One of the things I find particularly interesting is the fact that the Arizona hacking issue probably did not begin in June, but much earlier.
Identification of characteristics of tampering with the voter registration database occurred in early March during primary voting. With no warning indicators, it became instantly salient the magnitude of problems which could be caused by people kicked off the rolls. There has yet to be any reasonable explanation for the voter registration tampering which has disenfranchised minorities on a large scale and my hypothesis would be that Russian hacking began prior to the primary — the reasons for which, shall be detailed below.
Accounting of Issues
On March 22, 2016, Arizona held its Primary Election and almost immediately, numerous reports began coming in about voters who were unable to vote without using a provisional ballot because they had their party switched to “no party preference.” Because of the subsequent history of Arizona election system hacking, it is highly likely the voter registration systems were penetrated and altered.
On March 26, 2016, a report on an anonymous blog posting demonstrated how the Arizona Primary Election was hacked.
Subsequently, Arizona Secretary of State, Michelle Reagan gave testimony accepting that there had been alterations of both Republican and Democrat party affiliations — where they were changed to “No Party Preference.” Her testimony appeared genuinely concerned, shocked, and heartfelt. The results were truly disturbing.[Continue reading Russian Hacking in Arizona Likely Occurred Before Primary at RubenMajor.com]