Doug TenNapel Explains the T-Shirt Color-Coding System Used at the Maricopa County Forensic Audit (VIDEO)

Doug TenNapel explains the t-shirt color-coding system used at the Maricopa County forensic audit.

The Maricopa County forensic audit is shaping up to be the most transparent election audit in history with nine cameras operating live from the coliseum.

Doug TenNapel told his audience it was Jovan Pulitzer who came up with the idea to have volunteer workers wear color-coded T-shirts during the audit.

Arizona Central also reported on the color-coded system.

Yellow T-Shirts: Dealing with mail-in ballots, there are five tables for this group, ballots then moved to the green table
Green T-Shirts: Not exactly clear what ballots they are looking at
Blue T-Shirts tables: The group allegedly inspecting folds
Red T-Shirts: Not sure
Orange T-Shirts: Election observers

We will update this as we gain more information.

Via Doug TenNapel’s YouTube channel and TheStormHasArrived Telegram Channel.

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