As the Arizona audit continues to find major discrepancies and unresolved issues in the 2020 Presidential election, officials are now considering widening the audit.
Looks like the audit is uncovering A LOT.
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Recently our own editor-in-chief Noah brought you an article about the major developments coming out of The AZ audit, and it’s looking like Biden may be exposed very soon.
Sources are now saying that The Arizona State audit may be expanded to include other races which took place in the state during 2020.
I wonder if they are considering this precisely because they have found so much evidence of fraud and other discrepancies in The Presidential race?
The old adage holds true here: how someone does anything is how they do everything.
If Democrats cheated in a national election then they probably cheated in state and local elections as well…..probably using the same or similar methods.
Here’s more on the story:
The Des Moines Register had more on this recent news:
“We are looking with other companies to do a machine tabulation of all the races on the ballot to compare with the Dominion tabulation back in November,” said Ken Bennett, who is serving as the Senate’s audit liaison.
“We will be looking at the images of all 2.1 million ballots.”
The examination would not involve a physical recount like the one underway at Arizona Veterans Memorial Coliseum. Rather, it would be a separate audit using digital images of each ballot, Bennett said.
Bennett said the Senate is considering hiring a California company to conduct the digital tabulation, but he declined to name it. He said the imaging would be done “in the time of the rest of the counting.”
CBS News reported the typical MSM narrative about the audit:
Arizona Secretary of State Katie Hobbs condemned the ongoing audit of the ballots and voting machines in Maricopa, the state’s largest county, by the Republican-controlled state Senate. Although the audit will not change the results of the presidential election, Hobbs said in a Friday interview with CBSN it is a “highly partisan effort” that will undermine faith in elections.
“We already know this election was free from fraud,” Hobbs said, pointing out that the state had already conducted multiple audits of ballots and machines, and several lawsuits found no instances of fraud. “This is unprecedented, and it’s not sustainable to think this will be the future of how we handle elections.”
President Joe Biden won Maricopa County, a longtime Republican stronghold, by 45,109 votes, and he won the state by 10,457 votes. But former President Donald Trump has continued to promote the “big lie” that the election was stolen, a position seemingly supported by the state senators undertaking this unnecessary audit.