It turns out that the Maricopa County, AZ election audit isn’t over yet. The report that was issued to the state senate a few weeks ago was only the “finalized report” of the audit portions that had been completed to date. The auditors still have work to do.
Most Americans should be thrilled by all this openness and transparency, but the press and the Democrat Party are having fits about it still. Wait until they hear the latest!
If the multi-stage audit that took months to complete somehow felt incomplete to you when the finalized report was issued, that’s because it WAS incomplete. This is a multi-stage process, and they’re only partway done after all this time.
One of the most helpful ways to audit the votes would have been a door-to-door canvass in Arizona. That’s when auditors would go door-to-door and ask voters whether they actually cast a ballot in the 2020 election. If a voter says they actually didn’t vote, but there’s a record of their mail-in ballot being cast, that’s yet one more obvious case of fraud that took place.
But a door-to-door canvass was forbidden by a court order, using the usual racist liberal logic. Black and brown people, we have been told repeatedly for years by the Democrat Party, are not intelligent enough to obtain a state-issued ID. Therefore, voter ID is a white supremacist plot to disenfranchise all of these unintelligent people.
The new thing we learned after the 2020 election, which only came to light the moment that it was announced that the Arizona auditors were going to do a door-to-door canvass, is that door-to-door canvassing is suddenly racist too.
If an auditor knocks on the door of a black person to ask if they cast a ballot in 2020, it will spook them. They’d be disenfranchised and might never vote ever again. Black voters are notoriously skittish and introverted, as you may have noticed during the $2 billion worth of BLM riots that they carried out in 2020 (and stopped right before the election for some reason). So, no door-to-door canvass for the 2020 election in Maricopa County.
One thing that the auditors are still doing, however, is examining the adjudicated ballots in Maricopa County. Senate audit liaison Ken Bennett explained how that process is going during a hearing last Thursday. Bennett says that thousands of adjudicated ballots – which had to be duplicated by state election workers – had missing serial numbers. That’s a huge problem.
An adjudicated ballot is basically a ballot that is messed up for some reason. There are a lot of reasons why a ballot could end up being adjudicated: The voter fills in the oval incompletely, circles the oval, draws an X through it instead of filling it in, and so on. We also know that the SharpieGate scandal in Arizona, in which Republican voters were given Sharpie markers to fill out their ballots, the ink bled through the pages and damaged a lot of ballots. A ballot can also be defaced by something like spilling coffee on it.
As many of the audit volunteers explained once their non-disclosure agreements terminated, there were tons of ballots that were torn or ripped up. In some cases, only ¼ of the ballot remained. All of those ballots went to adjudication, in which election workers take the ballot, try to determine the voter’s intent, and then fill out a duplicate ballot for that person.
In the 2016 election, only 1.2% of all ballots went to adjudication in the Trump vs. Crooked Hillary matchup. In the 2018 midterms, 2% of ballots in the US went to adjudication. In the 2020 election in Maricopa County, 11% of ballots went to adjudication – more than 200,000 total.
When ballots go to adjudication and a duplicate ballot is cast after being filled out by election workers, the only way to go back and check whether the duplicate really matches the original ballot is the serial number. The original ballot AND the duplicate ballot must have matching serial numbers. This is the only way to tell if the duplicate ballot was filled out honestly and accurately, or whether an election worker cheated by switching a Trump vote to a Biden vote. You also cannot tell, as Arizona Senate President Karen Fann noted, whether a ballot missing a serial number has been duplicated one time or ten times.
Bennett did not reveal the total number of adjudicated ballots that are missing serial numbers during Thursday’s hearing. So, we don’t know whether this is one more example of potential fraud that is greater than Biden’s 10,000-vote margin of “victory” in Arizona. (As if we needed another example of that.) But Bennett says the number is “in the thousands.”
We’ll keep you posted. Meanwhile, my advice for the illegitimate Biden regime is that they should maybe keep a box handy at the White House to pack their stuff in, for when the American people fire them.