Arizona lawmakers held their planned Pima County election integrity hearing on Monday, and it was every bit as significant in its findings as we expected. We have all known since the day after the 2020 election that the operation to subvert American democracy was systemic. It involved multiple players, multiple methods of fraud, and many hundreds if not thousands of key players. It’s no surprise to anyone that even a cursory glance at Pima County was going to reveal evidence just as significant as what the auditors found in Maricopa County. State Rep. Mark Finchem in Arizona is now calling for a statewide audit, based on the preliminary findings in Pima County.
Pima County was one of the strangest counties in the entire country when it came to the 2020 election. Approximately 96% of Republican mail-in ballots in that county went to Donald Trump on election night. But after THE PAUSE in all five swing states, 80% of GOP ballots suddenly went to Joe Biden. This is the county where Tucson is located. When Joe Biden and Kamala Harris made a joint appearance to campaign there last year, not one single supporter showed up to wave a sign at their motorcade. But 80% of Republicans voted for Biden in that county? Yeah. Riiiight.
Anyway, the election integrity hearing turned up some amazing new findings, which prove that the theft of the 2020 election was not confined to just Maricopa County in Arizona. Here are some of the findings.
First, they issued the findings of a random sample canvas of 172 homes in Pima County. At 62 homes, the canvassers discovered that the person who cast a mail-in ballot from that home did not live at that residence. This is even more astonishing when you learn that only about half of the 172 homes responded to the canvas. It means that more than 70% of homes in the canvas had a fraudulent ballot cast – in which a fake voter listed someone else’s address as their own.
A college frat house in Tucson was found to have 27 registered voters living there. Nothing unusual about that. But according to their voter registration records, the average age of the “frat boys” was 45.
The town of Sells, AZ is located about 60 miles west of Tucson. According to the latest census numbers, Sells has 1,375 people in it who are old enough to vote. But Sells had 2,762 registered voters in 2020 – more than 200% the number of the voting-age population.
Topawa, AZ is another 10 miles south of Sells, AZ. Topawa has 182 residents who are old enough to vote – but had 288 registered voters in the 2020 election. That’s 158% more than the number of the voting-age population.
Lukeville, AZ is located directly on the US-Mexico border. There were 40 registered voters there who listed the Customs & Border Patrol office as their home residence.
Findings like this are the reason why we need full forensic and cyber audits of every county in every state. The fraud was systemic and holistic and industrial scale. They barely started to lift up the rock and peek under it in Pima County and discovered 1,622 provably fraudulent votes. Imagine what they’d find if they conducted a full audit like the one in Maricopa County. Imagine what they’d find if they audited your county?
Think back to all the fraudulent votes the auditors uncovered in Maricopa County. They found 69,000 phantom voters who couldn’t be matched to a physical address, couldn’t be matched to the voter rolls and don’t appear to exist. That doesn’t even include the 172,000 fictitious voters that a volunteer canvassing group found. But Joe Biden won Arizona by 10,457Arizona votes?
Leftists were quick to dismiss the Pima County findings as “baseless conjecture,” but what was baseless about those findings? There are fake voters in Pima County’s rolls, and they somehow voted in the 2020 election.
And none of this explains what happened during the counting in Pima County. Do these people honestly expect us to believe that 80% of Republicans in that county voted for Joe Biden? I challenge any Trump supporter to try to find 8% of the Republicans they personally know who voted for Creepy Joe, let alone 80%.
We need to audit the votes and we need to audit them everywhere.