It’s official everyone.
The Maricopa County audit is NOT done. According to Mark Finchem, this recount will be done so that there is no uncertainty as to the results.
Liberals and Democrats are going to attack the Maricopa County report from all sides once it comes out, and The Arizona State Senate hopes that this will leave no room to falsify the report.
I wonder what exactly it is they found in the audit, and if it will go a long way in exposing the fraud which occurred in the 2020 election, but until the report comes out we just don’t know.
Until then, here are the updates on Arizona’s audit:
Arizona State Representative Mark Finchem explains why Senate Republicans are conducting a recount. pic.twitter.com/4dFs4X44Oi
— Election Wizard (@ElectionWiz) July 11, 2021
Arizona is now using a machine to recount ballots (much quicker than the first two counts in the audit).
The first two counted vote totals too.
The numbers from the first two counts are being finalized right now.
We have no reason to believe the final report will be delayed.
— DouchebagDorsey (@DorseyDouchebag) July 11, 2021
Our friends over at Zero Hedge had this to say:
The new count will focus on the number of ballots and will not count the actual votes, unlike the first two tabulations.
The Senate will use two counting machines that it purchased to complete the count, Arizona Senate President Karen Fann, a Republican, told the Arizona Republic.
”We’re going to run all the ballots through to see how they match up,” she said.
“If there ends up being a difference, we’d have another count.”
The machines arrived on Friday. They appeared to be from U.S. Paper Counters. The machines are said to be able to count up to 2,000 sheets per minute.
The count will go quickly, likely wrapping up in under a week, audit officials say.
Audit teams, led by Florida-based Cyber Ninjas, began counting ballots and doing other work in April. They finished recounting and examining the ballots at the Arizona Veterans Memorial Coliseum in Phoenix in late June.
The state Senate is paying $150,000 for the audit, which likely costs much more. A nonprofit and the Republic have asked courts to compel the body to make public records detailing outside parties helping shoulder the cost.
The Arizona audit has concluded and the Arizona senate has asked for an additional machine recount to verify the results. And Pennsylvania announced this week that it is going to conduct a forensic investigation into the election. | Christina Bobb #ArizonaAudit #PennsylvaniaAudit https://t.co/xFiPD7lfBi pic.twitter.com/ETvhK7vyAD
— J. Scott Davis (@Red_N_Right) July 10, 2021
The Ariz. Senate has purchased two paper-counting machines to serve as a check on the work done by its contractor, Cyber Ninjas and county officials.
— USA TODAY Politics (@usatodayDC) July 10, 2021
The Red State Observer pointed out some potentially troubling evidence:
This article previously examined the two yuuuge ballot dumps within minutes of the polls closing in Arizona on Election Day night last November:
Two massive vote dumps occurred in just over an hour after the Arizona polls closed totally ~625,000 and ~1,473,000 votes, respectively.
The total of those two vote dumps (2,098,619) exceeded the official results total of Maricopa County votes cast (2,089,563) by more than 9,000 votes.
Biden received more votes in those two vote dumps (1,161,582) than the official vote tally (1,040,774) in Maricopa County.
How is that possible without some funny business associated with ballot counting and adjudication?
Then there is this graphic compiled by retired senior DoD analyst Ray Blehar that summarized the differences between 2016 and 2020 voting results and identified missing write-in votes.