Scary Jena Griswold
Two Colorado County Clerks have the data that could end crooked Secretary of State Jena Griswold’s career.
The two Republican County Clerks — Elbert County Clerk Dallas Schroeder and Douglas County Clerk Merlin Klotz asked the court on Friday to allow them to compare the data they saved from the 2020 elections to the servers after Secretary of State Griswold altered the machines.
Griswold does not want anyone to examine the voting machines after she had them worked on for some reason?
It is interesting how Democrats have fought EVERY SINGLE audit into the 2020 election?
Two Republican County Clerks — Elbert County Clerk Dallas Schroeder and Douglas County Clerk Merlin Klotz — along with a few Republican County Commissioners from Park and Rio Blanco counties, want access to election servers.
They want to see if the election equipment software update, known as a “Trusted Build” deleted election data.
“What we’re asking the court to do is allow us to get an image of the system as it exists today,” said John Case, the attorney representing Schroeder, Klotz and the county commissioners.
Schroeder admitted in an affidavit last month that he made his own copies of his voting machine services before the Trusted Build.
“I made a forensic image of everything on the election server, and I saved the image to a secure external hard drive,” Schroeder wrote.
“He, personally, with (deputy clerk) Rhonda Braun took the hard drives out of the election voting system server, put it into a copying device that he had borrowed and that was a read-only device, to get the image off the hard drive, and then it writes that image onto an external hard drive, a portable hard drive that Mr. Schroeder had purchased. And he had imaged the two hard drives that were in the voting system server, and then he imaged the hard drives that were in the adjudication computer and in the two scanning computers,” said Case.
Schroeder and Klotz now want a copy of the servers after the Trusted Build.
“Let’s see if the update erased records, that’s all we want to know,” said Case. “The Secretary (of State) is preventing that audit from taking place. She won’t allow the county clerks to hire their own experts to look at the system.”