The "weeaboo" contingent comes to mind, if you're genuinely inquiring. There are plenty of not-democracy-hating weeaboos out there, for sure, but maybe not so many in this Florida-man-based company. Can't find anything about his educational background (not that that's always relevant), but the Google cache seems to betray that his Linkedin was set to private somewhat recently. Not 100% on those particular indexing mechanics, not a journalist, would be interested in a followup, too busy/lazy, etc. etc.
How would you rank working for a firm called "Cyber Ninjas" vs. volunteering for a group called "Arizona Rangers", a group of private citizens cosplaying as cops while providing security for the "Cyber Ninjas", to protect against the ('nother spoiler: imagined) threat of Antifa attacks?
Another Cyber Ninjas document revealed security plans for the coliseum where the audit is being performed. Called "The Arizona Audit Security Overview," it lays out potential security breaches, numbers of private security guards and singles out "Antifa" as a security threat.
The document shows that Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey denied a request for members of the Department of Public Safety and National Guard members to provide security. ...
Instead, private security firms, including a volunteer organization known as the Arizona Rangers, have been hired to protect the ballots and election equipment.