The FBI raided a house and turned up this stunning theft of voter data
Americans have been wondering what the FBI has been doing about voter fraud in the 2020 election.
Those questions just grew louder.
And the FBI raided a house and turned up this stunning theft of voter data.
Forbes magazine broke an explosive story that in Maricopa County Arizona – the state’s largest county – the FBI raided a home and uncovered hard drives and USB sticks that the Bureau seized as part of an investigation into stolen voter data.
“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,” Forbes reported.
Arizona is one of the states President Trump and his supporters believe was stolen by Joe Biden through voter fraud.
Biden carried Arizona by a razor thin margin of around 10,000 votes.
And Maricopa County is at the center of those allegations.
Trump supporters are now wondering what role – if any – this FBI raid is playing in a federal investigation of what tens of millions believe was the biggest political crime in American history.