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Lord God, we continue to pray that Your Kingdom would come and Your will be done in regards to the 2020 election and the audits and investigations that are ongoing. Take care of Doug Logan and his family, and the families of all his employees who have also been laid off.

IFA intercessors will be familiar with Doug Logan, CEO of Cyber Ninjas. His appearance on IFA’s Pray with America’s Leaders prayer webcast was a highlight of 2021, and it followed months of prayer for him, his business, and the Arizona audit. Logan shuttered Cyber Ninjas January 1, 2022. The mainstream media has a certain narrative about this, but we combed the internet for the best source that features Logan’s own words about what is going on. IFA reached out to Logan to ask how we could pray and we were touched by his humble response. Read this excerpt and pray for Logan, the now out of work employees of Cyber Ninjas, Karen Fann, Wendy Rogers, and the other Arizona legislators.

The Founder and CEO of Cyber Ninjas, the cybersecurity firm tapped by the Arizona State Senate to audit Maricopa County’s 2020 presidential election tallies, told The Star News Network his company shut down because the Republican-controlled State Senate did not fulfill its contractual obligations to the firm.

“At the end of the day, this is the call of Senator Fann,” said Doug Logan, speaking of Arizona State Senate President Karen Fann. Logan told employees in early December that the company would close its doors unless the State Senate fulfilled its contractual obligations.

“What I’ve been told by her, and other people is that legal counsel was recommended, this was done, and all legal counsel agreed, and therefore she didn’t have much option, so I don’t know if I want to single her out, but the fact of the matter is I was put out of business because the Senate did not execute their contract,” he said.

Among the issues that led to his decision to shut down operations was Fann’s failure to pay $100,000 it is owed from its contract with the State Senate, along with Logan’s refusal to comply with a public records request that would have exposed his employees and their private communications, he said. . . .

“It’s also true that we lost $2.1 million on the audit, and we were $1.9 million in debt to different creditors, but we had worked with most of those creditors in order to set forth the plan going forward,” he said. “They weren’t making unreasonable demands, he said. . . .

“There were public records requests that were put through at different points in time in this stuff, and we were pretty adamant with the Senate. We’re like: ‘We’ll turn over whatever you need, as long as you’re going to redact the names of the individuals who worked in the audit, because we’re not allowed them to be doxed – I’m not going to allow their names to be out there, to be part of social credit score,” he said. . . .

“Our work was an audit; we created an audit report,” he said.

“Our tally sheets, sure, those are in scope,” he said. “We’ll turn those over. Digital copies of that, no problem. Surveillance video from the tables, livestream video, no problem. We’ll turn over copies of the ballot images. We’ll turn over everything. We already had turned over all the data associated with every last thing we did in our report.” . . .

He complied with all production requests that did not breach his company’s private information or the names of his workers and volunteers, he said.

Logan’s last communications with Fann

. . . Logan said his last interaction with Arizona Senate’s president was one-way.

“I texted her, I think it was January 3rd, and in that communication, I was like: ‘Hey?’ I told her that we’re going out of business and that it was the result of some of the stuff the Senate had done,” the West Hartford, Connecticut, native said.

“I was hopeful that maybe it might spur her to do something about it; instead, she’d actually had her Signal messages to auto-delete messages from me, and she turned that off after that message,” he said.

“The last time I talked with her was somewhere around Thanksgiving . . .  I don’t understand how this is the case, but Senator Fann and others have basically said that if they paid me in full, they may somehow be obligated to pay the deficit of $2 million that I owe to other people,” he said. . . .

“I don’t know any legal premise where that would be the case,” he said. “It doesn’t make any logical sense. There’s no reason why my contracts would make the Senate obligated for anything.”

The CEO said after his conversations with his creditors, all of them were committed to keeping the company afloat as an ongoing concern, but the legal uncertainty and the lingering $100,000 owed convinced him it was time to close shop. . . .

Logan said it was disingenuous for people to suggest that the reason Fann did not pay the company was that he refused to comply with records requests. . . .

“The net result is that we have a precedent where, theoretically, anyone that ever did any government work could have to reveal all sorts of things on their personal cell phone and all sorts of communications,” he said. . . .

Logan said he expected Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich to act on this finding and either validate it or knock it down because the audit was a project of the State Senate, not the executive branch.

“From my standpoint in all of this, I know everyone was looking at the audits done – immediately we should have arrests,” he said. “We are not the executive branch. We’re not doing a criminal investigation, so anyway, we looked at it when we finished the audit, we needed to hand it off to have it the done by the proper branch.”

Ironically, Logan said the work of Cyber Ninjas on the audit was validated by the Democrats’ top elections attorney, Mark Elias.

“He hired 70 attorneys to try to stop our audit,” he said.

“If Mark Elias can hire 70 attorneys and they can’t come up with an excuse to stop our audit, we clearly did some things right,” he said.

“We were very careful in the way we did everything because if we did anything a little wrong; they were going to shut us down,” he said. “They were looking for an excuse to. They were given the narrative as if they were going to, but they couldn’t because we were actually doing things correctly.”

(Editor’s note: An IFA intercessor who worked on the audit confirmed this. You can watch her on Pray with America’s Leaders.)

. . . “We had people that ran their own business that were taking time off,” he said. “We had a couple that came in and was working the third shift in the middle of the night and having someone come watch their kids so they could come and contribute time to the audit to make it happen. Really, God provided every last person I needed when I needed them.”

“Obviously, I was way too optimistic; it’s probably my nature; I’m always optimistic,” Logan said.

“My goal was to find out what really happened, what the truth is,” he said.

“I really wanted to know, I wanted to know what the deal was out here, and I felt like when 47 percent of Americans believe an election was rigged, it doesn’t matter if it’s real or not, our democracy is failing, and that will hurt the Republic,” he said.

“There needed to be an audit to restore confidence, and so naive or whatever, I walked into it thinking: ‘If do this audit, I can hopefully, in some way, unite our country – I’ll either find all the pure evidence and prove that fraud happened, or I’ll go through and maybe I’ll find it didn’t happen,’” he said.

“I didn’t think that was likely, but it’s possible, and in any case, I’ll be able to provide the credibility and everything for everyone to be on the same page,” Logan said.

“My faith is very important to me, and I wasn’t going to manipulate anything,” he said. “I just wanted to know what was real.

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(Excerpt from The Virginia Star.)


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Jerry Edwards
January 11, 2022

I promise you and all your employees will get the victory. NOTHING can stop his kingdom from coming to this whole world and his children. Y’all’s blessings that are coming to y’all will be mind boggling. IT will be soon. We as individuals must do what y’all have done in order to make the difference along with prayer to ABBA in the country and world wide and then it will come with great promotions. These illegal voting machines have 3 different names.. Jeremiah 50 list one name as “The Hammer”and OUR GOD will Personally bring it down!!!

Herb Johnston
January 11, 2022

It does tragically reinforce the depth of depravity that has embedded itself in our country over the years. I have heard repeatedly in the last 18 months-at least,how long it will take for us to rebuild everything – , even though our commentators on our side say it will take many many years to rebuild – they have also said that our Lord exhorts us to occupy till he returns- to keep going with the battle. I think we will be continue to be shocked as the depths of the lawlessness is continually revealed that we will have to deal with. I hope we are shocked.
I hope we are not jaded.

Herb Johnston
January 11, 2022

Lord I Thank you for courageous warriors- especially in these times of unprecedented evil, which I think we saw coming- a long ways off, but where not really being honest with ourselves about, over many years.
Although Doug may have seemed to have lost ground ..or was wounded- in this battle – I pray You would give him courage to go on.. Which he has displayed in great measure.
Please let him be provided with resources to pay the bills he has accrued in this battle. I pray that you would provide for his needs-, his employees needs, his families needs-their mental and emotional stability and health, and I thank you for his courage to keep going forward.
In Jesus Name, Amen

January 11, 2022

Fret not thyself because of evildoers, neither be thou envious against the workers of iniquity; for they shall soon be cut down like the grass; and wither as the green herb……! Trust in the LORD and do good……! These liars will soon be cut down by the very devil they are serving! FATHER GOD help us to trust YOU no matter what it looks or feels like with the evil people that think that they are running things appearing to get away with everything! Deliver us from the snare of the fowler and the noisome pestilence. Than YOU for delivering us from evil in JESUS NAME!

Jessica Renshaw
January 11, 2022

Thank you, Mr. Logan, for everything you and your team did to provide the facts about the 2020 election in Maricopa County. We appreciate your service to our country and your integrity and we trust your team’s findings. May God break through the stronghold of duplicity and injustice by Karen Fann, the rest of the State Senate, Mark Elias, and the Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich and convince them to keep their promises to you.

Curtis Guhl
January 11, 2022

This should remove doubt as to how representatives use tax payer dollars and showmanship. Lord we thirst for truth and righteousness we thirst for you.

Georgia Thomlison
January 11, 2022

I am so sorry that the Senate of Arizona acted this way and caused this business to go under. Not the first time a government entity double crossed citizens. He should sue them!
Praying that this will still work out for good for everyone involved.

January 11, 2022

Praying for Mr. Logan and his team, that God will not only supply the current needs, but restore all that was lost.


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