It’s about time.
Jesse Waters has finally broken ranks with his Fox News colleagues.
Waters talked about the Maricopa audit and touted the 57,000 questionable ballots identified by the auditors.
This should have been a major story that everyone in the media covered.
Unsurprisingly, the mainstream media didn’t cover it.
But you know who else didn’t cover it?
This should have been a slam dunk story.
If Democrats audited a swing state that Trump won such as Pennsylvania, don’t you think the media would have covered it?
Never forget: we got four years of Russia-Russia-Russia!
But after auditing the actual ballots, the media can’t pull themselves to report on 57,000 ballots, including DUPLICATE ballots?!
Watch Jesse Waters’ clip below:
Jesse Watters from Fox News mentions the Maricopa County Audit and 57,000 ballots that were left in question.pic.twitter.com/fpmo3wFtvm
— Martin Walsh (@RealWalsh_) October 6, 2021
Jesse Watters breaks ranks and mentions Maricopa Audit on Fox News… https://t.co/XFmaoGuP50
— Citizen Free Press (@CitizenFreePres) October 6, 2021
Of course, the mainstream media has refused to cover the audit.
Whenever they do mention the audit, they have flat out lied about it.
Citizens Journal confirms the 57,000 flagged ballots:
The CEO of a cybersecurity firm hired by Arizona Senate Republicans to audit the 2020 election results in Maricopa County said Friday he found more than 57,000 problem ballots, however his team’s count confirmed that Joe Biden won.
Those mixed results produced contrasting reactions on Friday, with media reporting the five-month, $6 million effort was a waste of taxpayers money while President Trump, Arizona Republican lawmakers and voter-integrity activists pointed to findings that verify their belief that the election was fraudulent.
Doug Logan, the CEO of Cyber Ninjas, said his team found 57,734 ballots with serious issues, the Gateway Pundit reported.
In the official statewide count last November, only 10,457 votes separated Joe Biden from Donald Trump.
Ben Cotton, the founder of the digital forensics firm CyFIR, claimed in his presentation to the senators he has evidence that Maricopa County workers intentionally deleted data.
He said his team caught the election workers at the keyboards of computers in February purging results from the Election Management System the day before the audit began.
His team, he said, captured screen shots and time stamps and has identified the workers.
The audience, despite instructions to remain silent during the presentations, erupted in applause when Cotton said he had the evidence.
Maricopa County responded with a statement on Twitter saying it “strongly denies claims that @maricopavote staff intentionally deleted data.”
“As we’ve stated, staff were conducting the March election & compiling info required to comply w/ Senate subpoena. We have backups for all Nov. data & those archives were never subpoenaed.”
But don’t just take our word for it.
We recommend watching the Maricopa audit hearing for yourself.
Hear with your own ears what the auditors reported.
When you compare it with what the media is “reporting,” it’ll be clear that the media has an agenda to push.