ARIZONA: 2020 Election Audit Results To Be Released On September 24, Open To Public With Livestream Available

The 2020 election Arizona audit results will be released next Friday, September 24, says Arizona Senator Wendy Rogers, GOP Chair Kelli Ward, and other Arizona Republicans.

The 2020 election audit results, spearheaded by the Arizona Senate, will be released next Friday, September 24, according to Arizona Senator Wendy Rogers in a tweet on Thursday. “The date to release the audit results is next Friday Sept 24th at 1 pm on the Senate floor. Because we have no hearing rooms it will be presented to Chairman Petersen and Senate President Fann. Gallery will be open to public,” wrote Senator Rogers. Ward added that a live stream will be posted online.

The audit is expected to show mass voter fraud to put the results of the 2020 election into question, prompting many to call for the state’s election to be decertified. The results were initially set to be released sooner, but the process was delayed after two members of the Cyber Ninjas, including Cyber Ninjas CEO Doug Logan, caught the coronavirus.

Following months of speculation, the draft report from the forensic audit of Arizona’s Maricopa County election results was expected to be released on Monday. However, in a statement from Senate President Karen Fann, the Arizona Senate Republicans confirmed that only a “portion of the draft report” was received by the Senate, due to Cyber Ninjas CEO Doug Logan, and two other members of the audit team, becoming “quite sick” after testing positive for COVID.

Trump supporters across America have been eagerly awaiting the news of the audit. At President Trump’s Alabama rally, thousands of people joined Representative Mo Brooks in a chant of “FIX IT NOW,” referring to the alleged fraud that many of the supporters took place in the 2020 election.

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Author: Andrew White

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