Arizona Senate’s Maricopa County 2020 Election Audit Is First Audit in History to Use the Kinematic Artifact Detection PlatformThe Gateway Pundit

The Maricopa County, Arizona 2020 Election audit performed for the Arizona Senate included over 20 digital forensic investigation/data tools/programs to identify election fraud.

Jovan Hutton Pulitzer shared the following related to the Kinematic Artifact Detection Platform:

Kinematic Artifact Detection is the process of utilizing 20+ digital forensic investigation/data tools/programs to analyze the over-all global data of the 2020 general election in Maricopa County, Arizona. PKAD enables the ability to forensically target, detect issues, compliance concerns, equal protection under the law, nefarious activities, and malfeasance on a highly focused local, precinct by precinct basis. Each of our program map, detail and report finding and issues down to the precinct-by-precinct level.

Here is a video from Jovan Pulitzer in April discussing the Kinematic Artifact Detection Platform.

The results of the Maricopa County Audit in Arizona should show no issues or irregularities if the election was run according to the law.  What do you want to bet that this was not the case?

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