On Friday night The Gateway Pundit Jordan Conradson interviewed Arizona Audit Director Ken Bennett on the latest developments in the historic Maricopa County forensic audit. Mr. Bennett is also the former Secretary of State in Arizona.
Yesterday we reported that voting machines in the Coliseum which were included in the current audit in Maricopa County were handed back to the County:
This was discussed in an interview last night with Ken Bennett in what may be the most informative interview yet on where this audit stands.
As we noted earlier, the Arizona Senate and Arizona GOP are taking this process seriously. History is being made.
At the end of the discussion with the former Secretary of State, Mr. Bennett replied to a question about the voting machines which were included within the scope of the audit. Mr. Bennett shared:
More than a week ago on April 21st we received about six truckloads of machines from Maricopa County that were used in the election. Today we returned four truckloads and they were the big machines that were used to count most of the ballots in Maricopa County and what’s called the central counting locations. There’s a lot of the little machines that were used out at the polling or voting centers but we returned more than half of the equipment that we had received from Maricopa County a little more than a week ago. The forensic company has captured all of the, the IT company has captured all of the information off of the machines. There was a little bit left on the machines that we kept for a day or two, we’ll probably return those on Monday. And so within nine or ten days all of the forensic data has been captured off of those machines.
Now they’ll move into phase two which is analyzing that data.”
See discussion on the voting machines starting at the 5:20 mark in the video below: