Part of the election scam in the US is risk limiting audits. These audits will never identify election issues and appear to be designed that way.
We pointed out previously that election audits should be performed like bank audits.
1. Ballots are valuable, as valuable as money.
2. When you audit a bank you don’t go to one teller’s cash drawer and audit only the number of $10 bills. You audit every drawer and the safe and agree that to what is reported.
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3. Ballots are like money and should be audited in the same manner you audit money.
But this is not happening. A group of election scammers have sold to various states the proposition of fraud audits being performed through sampling. These limited risk audits will likely never catch the fraud in a state’s election.
“We’re proud to partner with state and local election officials to help them implement the gold standard of post-election audits to protect voter confidence in the integrity of our elections.” Liz Howard, senior counsel, Brennan Center for Justice at NYU School of Law.
Others related to George Soros are connected to Howard and the Brennan Center.
Many entities worked against the audits requested after the 2020 election that were more than small sample risk audits.
All of these entities were developed with specific purposes. They want to ensure Democrats win elections. Risk-limiting audits are a means of covering up and validating results in states where any wrongdoing occurs.
When a bank is robbed you don’t audit one teller drawer to determine what was stolen. The same goes for election audits. Sampling just won’t do.