Source: Joe Hoft
It’s been months since the results of the 2020 Election were called for Joe Biden late Election night with 25% of the vote still outstanding.
Joe Biden became the first Democrat to win Arizona in decades and the first Democrat to win Maricopa County, where Pheonix is located, since Harry Truman. This came as a surprise to most since when Biden and his unlikable VP Kamala Harris came to Phoenix less than a month before the election almost no one showed up.
Since this time, much has gone on. The state politicians gave the race to Joe Biden but many individuals in Arizona called BS. These patriots began a grassroots effort to have the votes in Arizona, but especially Maricopa County, looked into. They petitioned the State Senate to perform an audit with qualified auditors who will do a thorough job.
Maricopa County’s Board of Supervisors sued the Senate to prevent them from performing an audit saying that the law states that they cannot unseal ballots after the election and therefore an audit of the ballots cannot happen. This ended up in court and the Senate updated the laws grandfathered in as of January 2020 so that they could perform their audit. The courts agreed with the Senate and claimed they could perform their audit as well.
Next, the County said they could only have qualified auditors perform the audit. This was another way of the Board of Supervisors saying that they wanted to choose the auditors. The two firms selected turned out to not be certified as the County promised but they went ahead with them anyway.
The auditors weren’t the most professional either:
Not surprisingly these auditors basically said everything was fine. The Senate charged on and made a selection of auditors of their own and when it was announced the media went crazy:
Big Tech censored the Senate’s effort (the Senate should really determine if this was legal and not interfering with an election):
And of course, the Democrat Party is freaking out and have sent in their top lawyers to disrupt the audit:
Now we are even warned that the Democrats’ may send in their shock troops of Antifa and BLM to crack some heads and disrupt the audit:
We will see how this week goes. Senate leader Karen Fann shared recently:
“The Maricopa BOS has refused to allow us to perform the audit at their facilities,” Fann said, “and has gone so far as to refusing to even answer simple questions such as, ‘How are the ballots sequestered?’”
But the lawmakers were able to secure a “20,000-plus square foot facility known as the Coliseum at our state fairgrounds to perform the audit” and will have 24-hour physical and livestream security at the site.
“The Arizona Senate and the auditors have no ‘expectations’ of findings,” Fann said. “We are performing the full forensic audit to either dispel our voters’ concerns or, if a problem is uncovered, we must fix the problems before the next election.”
“We have never accused anyone of fraud or misconduct, whether it be the hardware, software, or actions of personnel,” Fann added. “We hope there is no intentional illegal tampering but, if found, we will turn the information over to the state and federal attorney generals for their further legal action, and we will proceed to make the appropriate corrections.”
Fann said affidavits signed by Arizona residents since the election hint at “some problems with a large amount of mail-in ballots that should not have been sent to residents who have moved from the known address or have passed away.”
We will see how this audit progresses and if the Democrats will let it happen. By their reaction, they appear to be very scared about what may be found.
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Author: Nwo Report
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