A filmmaker known for a film that claims September 11 was an alien conspiracy directs a documentary promoting allegations of baseless election fraud – a film that features people working for the Arizona Senate election audit, which was filmed on the audit site and is based on a book written by a man who raises money from Trump supporters to fund Audit.
Former Overstock.com CEO and Trump ally Patrick Byrne stars in a film titled “The deep platform,” Which one is based on a book written by Byrne. Byrne is the founder of a Florida-based 501 (c) (4) that aims to raise $ 2.8 million to fund the audit in Arizona.
The trailer for the film, due out later this month, describes the Arizona audit as essential to proving the widely debunked fraud allegations and features several people involved in the Arizona audit.
First person on screen is former Arizona Secretary of State Ken Bennett, seated in the stands of the Veterans Memorial Coliseum, where the audit is taking place.
“It’s not about right or left,” Bennett, the Senate listeners liaison officer, said in the trailer. “This audit is about good and bad.”
The trailer also features interviews with Jovan Pulitzer and Bobby Piton, well-known voter fraud conspiracy theorists who were involved in the audit.
“I want you to know that it’s not over and that we haven’t lost,” says Pulitzer, a failed inventor and treasure hunter. The verification is currently using its unproven technology look for “counterfeit” ballots.
Pulitzer, who has no previous election work experience, claimed his technology can tell whether a human or machine has marked the ballot, as well as whether a ballot is made of the right kind of paper.
Pulitzer’s best-known invention is the CueCat, a barcode reader that placed number five in Time Magazine. the worst inventions of all time right under Agent Orange and beating subprime mortgages.
The invention was popular among hackers due to the ease with which they were able to hack device and use it for all purposes. However, CueCat would also later be the subject of a data breach in which 140,000 CueCat users saw their personal information exposed.
Bennett told the Arizona mirror he did not know if other members of the audit team had been interviewed for the film.
The film’s marketing indicates that filmmakers have privileged access to listeners and their findings.
“Follow the team of lawyers and ‘cyber ninjas’ determined to uncover the facts behind the headlines, behind the scenes and via electronic networks designed to rig any election they organize,” says a Telegram account linked to the film. .
The Senate hired a Florida-based company, Cyber Ninjas, to lead the audit team. The company has no election administration or auditing experience, but CEO Doug Logan has spread false allegations of voter fraud and worked to overturn the 2020 election after Donald Trump was defeated.
Byrne was a lead voice in electoral fraud allegations in 2020 and railed against the so called “deep state”. Some of his complaints came after he was revealed he had an affair with Russian spy Maria Butina, which he claimed the FBI had encouraged him to do.
Byrne was also present at a hour-long meeting at the White House during the final days of Donald Trump’s presidency in which he, Sidney Powell and disgraced retired General Michael Flynn urged the president to overturn the elections. Flynn, who recently said at a QAnon convention that a Coup set to take place in the United States, also appears in the film.
Bennett and others who control Arizona’s official audit Twitter account have promoted the Fund The Audit effort. According to reports from the Washington post, Bennett was said to promote the fund by Doug Logan, CEO of Cyber Ninjas.
The trailer also features Phil Waldron of Allied Security Operations Group, who was almost hired by the Arizona Senate to conduct the audit and testified as an expert for the Trump campaign at an unofficial election integrity hearing in Phoenix.
Waldron’s company created a report that falsely claimed machines in Antrim County, Michigan had a 68% error rate, an allegation that Trump repeated on Twitter. Michigan and Dominion election officials have disputed other claims in the report, who claimed that County Antrim’s electoral equipment “is intentionally and deliberately designed with inherent errors to create systemic fraud and influence election results.”
The trailer also includes interviews with a number of anonymous people whose faces are obscured and their voices altered.
Arizona’s audit has become a home of conspiracy theorists and conspiracy theories with prominent supporters, such as Oro Valley Republican Mark Finchem, appearing on QAnon talk shows to talk about it.