Peters’ election ‘report’ enters world of Q-Anon

The Daily Sentinel: Now that an audit of ballots in Arizona’s Maricopa County has failed to show any election irregularities there, believers in Q-Anon conspiracies have turned their attention to a report that Mesa County Clerk Tina Peters says she commissioned about copies of hard drives taken from county election equipment here as proof the election was stolen nonetheless.

That report, written by a member of MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell’s so-called cyber investigation team, Doug Gould, is being shared on conspiracy theory social media sites nationwide, and getting hundreds of thousands of views.

The report, which Peters’ attorney, Scott Gessler, also included as part of defending her and Deputy Clerk Belinda Knisley to block the two from overseeing the fall elections, alleges that nearly 29,000 election files were deleted during a routine upgrade of the county’s now-decertified election equipment in May.

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