As Joe Hoft at The Gateway Pundit reported on Monday — Attorney Matt DePerno reported this morning on the Bannon War Room that there was a security breach of the registration servers in Arizona on November 3, 2020.
The corrupt Secretary of State Katie Hobbs knew about this as well as the Maricopa County Board of Supervisors and Maricopa County Recorder Stephen Richer. But Hobbs and the Maricopa County officials kept it hidden.
On Monday morning Attorney Matt DePerno announced there was a security breach of the registration servers in Arizona in early November 2020, possibly on Election Day.
DePerno made the announcement on The War Room with Steve Bannon.
This breach was known by Secretary Katie Hobbs but to date, she kept it from the public. The Maricopa County Board of Supervisors also knew about this but kept it hidden.
On Tuesday Arizona reporter Garrett Archer tweeted out that the Secretary of State’s office refuted this claim by Attorney DePerno.
Spokesperson for the Arizona Secretary of State’s office denies Gateway Pundit article of a November 3rd 2020 security breach as a “complete fabrication.”
— The AZ – abc15 – Data Guru (@Garrett_Archer) July 6, 2021
So we called Attorney Matthew DePerno to request a comment. Matthew DePerno told The Gateway Pundit he stood by his report. He also told us that Katie Hobbs is welcome to call him anytime.
Here is my statement on Katie Hobbs and the November 3rd hack. Per GWP, “Matt DePerno says: We stand by our report. We welcome secretary of state Hobbs to contact us at any time.”
— Mark Finchem for AZ Secretary of State (@RealMarkFinchem) July 7, 2021
And tonight we have more proof to back up DePerno’s claims.
A letter was sent to a Maricopa County voter in early November that confirms there was a breach of election servers in early November in Maricopa County.
The letter was signed by Maricopa County Recorder Stephen Richer.
Via CodeMonkeyZ on Telegram
This letter was sent out in early November.
The Maricopa County officials, and no doubt, Katie Hobbs knew about this breach.
So why did they keep this quiet?