The epic battle over the 2020 election wages on.
Republicans in the battleground state of Arizona are underway with an audit of the last presidential election — and what they uncovered will shock you.
According to the President of the Arizona Senate, the ballot count given by Maricopa County officials does not match what’s resulted from the audit. This is proof that something fishy has gone down in the only county in Arizona “lost” by Former President Trump.
Republican Senate President Karen Fann said during a Tuesday radio interview that the Maricopa County discrepancy prompted the state legislature to acquire new machines to recount the ballots.
While the auditors have yet to release the official number of ballots said to be over-counted (or unaccounted for,) it has been proven that the numbers do not add up.
Approximately 2.1 million ballots are being recounted.
Sen. Fann also revealed that a manual hand count of the 2020 presidential ballots has been completed.
Out of 3.4 million votes cast in Arizona, Joe Biden inched out a “defeat” over Former President Donald Trump by a little more than 10,000 votes. In Maricopa County, Biden garnered more than 45,000 votes more than Trump.
Donald Trump has repeatedly exposed numerous examples of discrepancies in Arizona. He has doubled down on claims that Joe Biden won the state only because of the widespread voter fraud, specifically in Maricopa County. Liberal election officials (and the RINOs that follow suit) have urged that no evidence of fraud exists in Arizona, and any claims to the contrary are nothing but a “Big Lie.”
Previously the Board of Supervisors for Maricopa County — a group comprising of four Republicans and one Democrat — authorized two separate audits executed by independent contractors. These “independent contractors” are certified and approved by the government officials, including the U.S. Election Assistance Commission and the National Institute of Standards and Technology. Both audits found nothing wrong with the 2020 election — no surprise there!
Jack Sellers, Republican chairman of Maricopa County’s Board of Supervisors, railed against the Arizona Senate auditors, calling them “grossly under-qualified.” He added, “I’m not surprised the Senate team came up with a different ballot count than the experienced professionals in Maricopa County’s election department.”
A Florida-based cybersecurity company, Cyber Ninjas, is executing the Senate ballot audit.
Late last month, Maricopa County officials said they will not reuse the voting equipment that was inspected during a review of the 2020 election by a private contractor.
Author: Asa McCue