Democrat Judge Rules Mesa County Colorado Clerk Tina Peters Cannot Oversee Primary or General Elections in 2022Jim Hoft
Democrat Judge Valerie Robison ruled on Tuesday that Mesa County Clerk Tina Peters cannot oversee the primary and general elections in her county this year.
Tina Peters, who was mercilessly attacked by the Soros-backed Colorado Secretary of State Jena Griswold and the state media, recently released a report in March on the hard drives of the Dominion voting machines used in the Colorado 2020 Election. This report released on March 1, 2022, had several findings.
Tina Peters is the Election Clerk from Mesa County Colorado who backed up the voting machines in her county when the corrupt Secretary of State demanded that all voting machines be altered in a manner that erased election data (which is against the law) after the 2020 election. Ms. Peters was attacked for her actions. The FBI raided her home instead of investigating her claims.
Recently in early February Peters was interrupted at a local restaurant by police and arrested on some garbage charges.
After Peters downloaded a copy of the hard drives Democrats officials claimed the machines were damaged. So the state replaced the delicate machines in her county.
On Tuesday a Democrat judge barred Mesa County Clerk and Recorder Tina Peters (R) from overseeing the county’s primary and general elections in 2022.
While Colorado Secretary of State Jena Griswold (D) does not have the authority to unseat a county clerk, she sued to stop Peters and her deputy, Belinda Knisley, from supervising the elections because of allegations they tampered with Mesa County’s voting equipment in 2020.
District Court Judge Valerie Robison supported the secretary of state’s petition, saying Peters and Knisley “have committed neglect of duty and are unable to perform the duties of the Mesa County Designated Election Official.”
Brandi Bantz, the county’s election director, will now oversee the upcoming elections.