Hopefully Dr.Ward is right.
People from all walks of life have voiced concern and provided testimony that they witnessed fraud or polling ‘irregularities’ during the 2020 election.
There are various reports everywhere—basically, a mountain of evidence that something was going on.
What did we get from our ‘leaders’ and courts though? Silence.
The problem with recounting votes and then saying: “no evidence of fraud” is a huge mistake. The kind of fraud that happened cannot simply be caught by recounting ballots.
We heard about everything from fractional vote tabulation, Dominion, overseas hacking, Zuckerberg funded dropboxes to address mismatches and even dead people voting.
Those things won’t be rectified by simply recounting ballots.
We need true audits just like the one going on in Arizona right now, and if Dr.Ward is right then this will be the first domino to fall.
Read on to find out more:
Newsmax had more on the story:
"Arizona is the first domino that will fall and then other states will look into irregularities, abnormalities, mistakes and potentially outright fraud that happened in their states as well," Ward said. "We want great legislation based on objective information that is provided by this audit, and that is going to happen with the state legislature that we currently have, which is a Republican-controlled House, Senate, and the governor, so we should be able to get some very, very good strong legislation to protect election integrity and restore voter confidence in our state, and we hope we can lead the way for the nation."
Meanwhile, the Arizona Republican Party is an "America First" party, she said, and "we are leading the way for other states to follow us" when it comes to voting rules.
"Our legislators are very strong," said Ward. "They're putting forth home great bills that when they get to the governor's desk, I'm sure that he's going to sign into law."
The Washington Examiner had more info about the Arizona audit:
The Republican-backed audit of the 2020 election in Maricopa County, Arizona, is getting more expansive and may extend beyond initial expectations.
With the audit reaching the one-week mark at the end of last week, former Arizona Secretary of State Ken Bennett, who is the state Senate audit liaison, offered an update on the controversial review, which includes 2.1 million ballots cast, a forensic audit of the voting machines, and follow-up interviews with voters.
Bennett declined to offer an estimate of the number of ballots that have been counted or whether any fraud has been found, although it had been initially estimated that an audit report would be released within 60 days of it starting. The audit, which has been the focus of a legal challenge by Arizona Democrats trying to stop it and praise by former President Donald Trump and his allies, who insist the 2020 contest was stolen, is about to start "phase two" following an off-day on Sunday, he added.