The MSM is telling bold faced lies about Arizona’s audit.
I have been reading the comments from leftists and mainstream media enthusiasts alike, and I can only come to the conclusion that they are stupid.
An audit is not a recount.
Just because the number of ballots recounted roughly matches the number that Maricopa reported does not indicate anything. It would have if we were dealing with a recount, but we aren’t.
The issue here is that roughly 44,000 ballots were cast illegally, or had serious issues for whatever reason. This is 4x more than the entire margin of victory for the entire state of Arizona.
That’s the issue, and while the MSM knows exactly what it is doing by spinning this into a false recount narrative, the people watching the MSM are none the wiser.
They don’t understand the difference between an audit and a recount—a quick browse through Twitter will reveal exactly what I’m talking about.
President Trump took to the stage in Georgia to discuss the findings of the Arizona audit report, and to state that there has never been a Trump concession:
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The fraud found in Arizona’s audit was reported by The Federalist:
Left unmentioned, however, were the numerous findings of problems with the election and, most significantly, evidence indicating tens of thousands of ballots were illegally cast or counted. A report entitled “Compliance with Election Laws and Procedures,” issued by Senate Audit Liaison Ken Bennett, highlighted several issues, of which two were particularly significant because of the number of votes involved.
First, Bennett excerpted the Arizona statutory provisions governing early ballots. Those provisions require early ballots to be accompanied by a signed affidavit in which the voter declares he is registered in the appropriate county and has not already voted. The statute further mandates that a voter “make and sign the affidavit,” and directs the early election board to check the voter’s affidavit.
Conservative Brief discussed the extreme likelihood of a Trump 2024 run:
Former President Donald Trump still has not revealed for certain whether he will run for president for a third time in 2024, but he appears to be significantly leaning in that direction.
Perhaps feeling empowered by recent polling showing him rising in approval while his successor, President Joe Biden, tanks, the 45th president indicated again on Saturday during a rally in Georgia he is more likely than not to throw his hat into the presidential ring next time out.