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- There was nothing nefarious about the flash drive issue.
- It was unintentionally left behind, but was in an observed, supervised area the whole time.
- We know the data wasn't altered since the timestamp on the data copied to the drive matched the original transfer, and the vote totals on it matched those recorded by the machine.
- And it's ridiculous to connect the drive to the votes reported overnight. Those were Milwaukee absentee ballots that were long projected to take a long time to count and strongly favor Biden.
Email exchange with Claire Woodall-Vogg, Nov. 16, 2020
Letter from Claire Woodall-Vogg, Nov. 9, 2020
PolitiFact Wisconsin, No, Wisconsin voter turnout did not jump from 67% in 2016 to 89% in 2020, Nov. 5, 2020
USA TODAY, Fact check: That spike in the Wisconsin vote tally was expected and legitimate, not fraud, Nov. 4, 2020
Wisconsin Right Now, Milwaukee Elections Head Misplaced Crucial Voting Flash Drive [EXCLUSIVE], Nov. 6, 2020
Wisconsin State Journal, Misplaced Milwaukee flash drive morphs into false reports of election fraud, Nov. 13, 2020
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