Maricopa County Elections Director Scott Jarrett stated under oath that Maricopa County had reprogrammed its machines after they had already been certified. This reprogramming took place between October 14th and October 18th, during which new memory cards with the certified Election Program were installed.
The video below shows county employees breaking into sealed equipment and replacing the previously programmed memory cards with reprogrammed cards.
It is worth noting that the real issues regarding the election occurred on Election Day itself. The machines failed to tabulate the ballots, leading to long lines, extended wait times, and the disenfranchisement of Republican Election Day voters. These voters turned out three times as much as Democrats.
In the video below, County employees can be seen breaking into sealed equipment, removing the already programmed memory cards, and replacing them with reprogrammed cards.