House Democrats are investigating the Florida-based cybersecurity firm Cyber Ninjas, one of the primary firms involved in the controversial Maricopa County 2020 general election audit.
House Oversight Chairwoman Carolyn Maloney (D-NY) and House Civil Rights Subcommittee leader Rep. Jamie Raskin (D-MD) have asked if Cyber Ninjas is working to “reverse the result of a free and fair election for partisan gain.”
Maloney and Raskin are seeking from the firm’s CEO “a raft of documents related to the audit, including information about who is paying for it,” CNBC News stated in a report Wednesday.
They’re also requesting any communications, between November 6, 2020, and the present, that could have occurred between Cyber Ninjas affiliates and former President Donald Trump, or between Cyber Ninja affiliates and a number of Trump allies.
“We are writing to request information about Cyber Ninjas’ participation in an ‘audit’ of nearly 2.1 million ballots cast in Maricopa County, Arizona, in the 2020 election,” Maloney and Raskin told Cyber Ninjas CEO Douglas