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UPDATED 1:51 PM PT – Monday, November 30, 2020

President Trump’s legal team held a public hearing with Arizona GOP state legislators on election integrity. During Wednesday’s meeting in Phoenix, officials laid out evidence related to electoral compromise and irregularities.

Officials confirmed the state used software by Dominion Voting Systems, which attorney Rudy Giuliani called a troubled foreign company with the “most porous” system of all the automatic voting machine companies.

One poll watcher testified she was certified to witness poll workers study questionable ballots, but was denied access to watch. The purpose of the public hearing was to collect evidence in the 2020 election, which would justify holding a special session for state lawmakers to investigate.

Meanwhile, retired Col. Phil Waldron also confirmed voting machines in Arizona used Smartmatic derivative software. He explained it’s a common software being used in the U.S. His testimony indirectly confirms the claims of potential Venezuelan and Iranian meddling in the election, which went through Scytl servers in Europe.

Waldron’s testimony confirmed foreign meddling was helping Joe Biden and switching votes away from President Trump. Attorney Sidney Powell said the Scytl server has since been seized and secure by who she called “the good guys.”

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