These aren’t just minor ‘discrepancies’, these are HUGE.
By now, many of our readers have seen some of the developments from the hearing that we have reported, and have seen just how big some of the numbers are.
11,000 voters not on the rolls, 74,000 ballots with no records, and huge numbers of ballots with bleed through issues are just some of the huge failings we now know about.
All of this and it isn’t even August yet, imagine what we will find out once we get the official report.
For now, all that you need to know is that the evidence is staggering, and the 2020 election was a complete scam.
If you ever had a shred of doubt in your mind, you can now lay those doubts to rest with all these revelations from the Arizona hearing.
Let’s take a look at some of the massive issues which have since been found:
NOW I get why Maricopa County and Biden admin fought tooth and nail to prevent an independent audit. 74,000 absentee ballot mail-in records missing, 25K duplicates, voter rolls a mess, bleed throughs, tens of thousands of ballots on demand, admin passwords issues. A disaster.
— Kyle Becker (@kylenabecker) July 15, 2021
Western Journal framed some of the issues:
During the proceedings, Arizona state Senate President Karen Fann, along with state Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Warren Petersen, gave the floor to auditors who announced that as many as 74,000 absentee ballot mail-in records are missing in addition to a great many vote irregularities found by the audit.
Former Arizona Secretary of State and Arizona Senate liaison Ken Bennett then provided specifics of the audit, including how many ballots were received and examined, how data was collected and examined from voting equipment and which security protocols were enforced while the audit took place.
The liaison noted that the examination of duplicate ballots was a particularly strenuous process. Duplicate ballots are typically produced when a ballot becomes damaged or is improperly marked.
🚨 Revealed: Serious problems with how the Election Management System was used and maintained in Maricopa County. The last anti-virus update was August 2019 when Dominion software was placed in the machines. Extreme vulnerability. #Hackable @AuditWarRoom
— Dr. Kelli Ward 🇺🇸 (@kelliwardaz) July 15, 2021
“Maricopa Co. is saying ‘we only use four types of paper and they’re all secure’ and we’re saying they’re not…What is the best way to get the documentation to say what the truth really is?”
— Real America's Voice (RAV) (@RealAmVoice) July 15, 2021
Becker News supported what Western Journal reported:
“I have this question, I don’t understand,” Fann said, “How can the Secretary of State say that she can’t certify the machines weren’t tampered with, when supposedly we have people that… certified people that come in to certify machines aren’t tampered with? It doesn’t make sense. Could you explain that to me please?”
“Madame President, I certainly undertand your confusion, and I share that with you,” Cotton said. “I’d also like to reiterate that as part of our evidence handling procedure, we had cameras watching over our evidence storage facilities and our acquisition and replication procedures 24/7.”
“So, any form of tampering certainly would have been caught,” he added.