The Cyber Ninjas Still Trying to Steal Arizona for Trump Are Terrified of 'Antifa' - 2021-04-30
The "Stop the Steal"-linked firm Cyber Ninjas, which has been hired by the Arizona GOP-led Senate to conduct the audit, is using UV lights among other technology to detect any possible election fraud. (They haven't found any yet, and it's been a week.) On Thursday, the group accidentally published its top-secret security brief that raised concerns about a firebombing attack from "Antifa." The document has since been taken down.
Meanwhile, the "Crazy Times Carnival" is kicking off Friday at the Arizona State Fairgrounds in Phoenix, incidentally the same approximate location where the audit is taking place. The carnival, which will offer such rides as "Puppy Roll," "Alien Abduction," and "Circus Train," is being eyed with growing suspicion from the audit's most ardent supporters, who fear it could be a Trojan horse for an "antifa" incursion.
Given these "vulnerabilities," the Arizona Senate and Cyber Ninjas agreed that the audit should receive additional security from the National Guard and the Department of Public Safety. Arizona's governor denied their request.