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WATCH: The Pima County Election Hearing Finds Numerous Inconsistencies


You can take a horse to water, but you cannot make it drink…

This statement accurately describes about half the country right now. The more time goes on the more evidence appears to be piling up supporting the theory that massive fraud took place during the 2020 election.

Whether it be the revelation that Wisconsin had more illegal ballots cast than Biden’s victory of margin for the entire state, or the numerous findings of Arizona’s audit—the evidence is piling up.

Despite all of these reports we still have a sizable amount of people who still refuse to believe that fraud occurred in the 2020 election, or any other U.S. election for that matter.

The naysayers must now peddle their doubts in the face of these latest findings from Pima County’s election integrity hearing which corroborate earlier reports from both Arizona and around the nation:

RSBN covered the hearings and tells us:

In Sells, a small town in Pima County, 1,375 residents were reported to be of “voting age” population. However, 2,762 people were registered to vote in the town – more than double the voting age population.

In Topawa, another small town in Pima County, 182 people were considered to be of “voting age” in the town of roughly 400 residents. However, 288 people were reported as registered voters, meaning the town has a 158 percent registration rate.



The Gateway Pundit adds:

Liz Harrington shared the major key findings, including people that do not live where they voted from, “frat boys” averaging 45-years-old, Third World voter registration numbers, and in conclusion a fraudulent election.

Canvassers in Pima County found 62 early ballots were turned into the elections department from a home where the “voter” is not a resident. They concluded that 45% of the people surveyed did not know the person that voted from their address.


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