Colorado Secretary of State Jena Griswold Caught Deleting Dominion Voting Machines 2015 Proposal for Work

By Joe Hoft for The Gateway Pundit

Days after Colorado’s 2020 Election results for President were declared on December 8, 2020, for Joe Biden, Colorado Secretary of State Jena Griswold deleted a proposal from Dominion in 2015 off of the Secretary’s website.  The state’s 2020 results are very questionable.  Is this why she deleted this Dominion document?

Another day, another suspicious act committed by Democrats in the 2020 election. Joe Biden was declared the winner in Colorado in the 2020 election.  But the number of votes for Biden was reportedly more than both Hillary and Obama received in prior elections, a lot more.  President Trump surpassed both the Obama and Hillary record vote counts, which you would think would have won him the state since Biden had no game and no following, but instead the impossible occurred.  Biden received half a million more votes than Obama and Hillary to set a record and outperform them all.

We wrote about these impossible results 10 days ago:

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Today we’ve uncovered the fact that the Colorado Democrat Secretary of State, Jena Griswold, removed a document from her state’s website days after the 2020 election and days before certifying the 2020 election.  The document was a proposal (RFP) from Dominion for voting machines in the state in December 2015:

Dominion RFP in Colorado w Coomer and Crane by Jim Hoft on Scribd

Why did the Colorado Secretary of State delete this document after the 2020 election and before the results were certified?  Was it because it was with Dominion or because of the names included in the document?

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