- Jun 6, 2018
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A conspiracy theory film that portrays the Arizona audit as critical in proving widely debunked election fraud claims and that was filmed in part at the Arizona audit features several people involved in the audit, including those funding it.
"A conspiracy theory film that portrays the Arizona audit as critical in proving widely debunked election fraud claims and that was filmed in part at the Arizona audit features several people involved in the audit, including those funding it. The film is set to debut on June 26, the same day that auditors are planning to finish up their work, and the filmmakers are saying that 100% of all profits are going to the nonprofit entity raising money to pay for the audit.
In the original trailer for the film, a man identified only as “Anon” and described as an “Application Security Analyst” was featured, but his voice was left unfiltered. Fox 10 reporter Matt Galka pointed out that the voice sounded similar to Doug Logan, the CEO of Florida-based firm Cyber Ninjas that is conducting the audit. Last week CNN spoke with a man who has been friends with Logan for 15 years and said he immediately recognized the voice in the trailer as Logan’s. The movie’s trailer has since been edited multiple times. In the most recent edit, Anon was removed from the trailer entirely."
There is a good chance that this film may be one of the greatest and most watched films since D.W. Griffith's Birth Of a Nation -- which would be a good thing for the director since his previous movies were about Nazis colonizing the Moon back in 1939 and how aliens were behind 9/11 -- both things being absolutely true but too much truth for America to handle...Now, since the taxpayers only coughed up $150,000 for the audit; the rest of the money for this audit has to come from somewhere...so if this audit isn't successful in overturning the election; at least it will make a few people plenty of money.....and there is more money to be made by duping Trumpers in Pennsylvania, Michigan, Idaho pretty much any state you can fool into participating -- this "stop the steal" fantasy will be a great profit generator for some time to come.