Federal officials raided a house on Nov 5th of a man suspected of stealing voter information. They removed 8 hard drives, 3 computers, and a bag of USB sticks. Oddly enough this was done in Maricopa County, Arizona where it is suspected that they cheated in order to hand the election to Joe Biden. Coincidence or no?
The house belongs to 56-year-old Elliot Kerwin. The agents were looking for evidence of a cyberattack on an unnamed organization and stolen voter data.
AZ Central has more.
According to the warrant, investigators were looking for records, information and communications related to the office’s:
- Login credentials and accounts.
- Voter registration records and information, including protected voters’ information.
- The transfer, sharing or dissemination of voter registration records and information, including protected voters’ information.
- Unauthorized access to the office’s website and computer systems.
- Attempts or threats to damage computer systems.
A friend asked me if I found the raid suspicious. Well, anytime federal agents raid any home that would certainly raise suspicions in anybody but the dead. The dead are not swift to begin with, but they are the base of the Democratic party. But that is not suspicious. Like many, I assume that anyone without brain functions would be tailor-made for the Democrats.
But the question remains is why was voter information stolen and what were they doing with it? Is it tied to cheating in the Arizona presidential election? And if it is, exactly who took the evidence into custody. If it is the FBI, it will get lost, stolen, or accidentally erased. They will cover it up so fast your head will spin. Then Bill Barr will name John Podesta and Jim Acosta as special counsels to investigate it.
That report should be released sometime towards the middle of the 26th century.
On the morning of November 5, as the 2020 election hung in the balance, Arizona federal agents raided a two-story house in Fountain Hills, Maricopa County, a county that had become a key battleground in the presidential race.
The agents were looking for evidence of a cyberattack on an unnamed organization and stolen voter data. They left with eight hard drives, three computers, and a bag of USB sticks. The resident of the property, a 56-year-old IT expert named Elliot Kerwin, was served the warrant. He is not yet facing charges and was unreachable for comment at the time of publication.
There is no indication that anything other than voters’ information, which can be acquired for a few hundred dollars in Arizona counties, was taken from the affected office.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.