The Associated Press sprang into action last week as the forensic auditors in Maricopa County, Arizona revealed their shocking preliminary results. Get a load of this horse hockey from the AP: “Arizona county election officials have identified fewer than 200 cases of potential voter fraud” in the 2020 election. Case closed, America! Cleanest election ever!
The AP ran that story in lieu of pointing out the 271,000 cases of potential voter fraud that the auditors revealed. There were so many instances and types of fraud exposed by the auditors last week that it’s worth zooming in on some of the individual parts of that audit. Let’s do that now.
And fix this number in your mind as you continue reading: 10,457 votes. That was Joe Biden’s supposed margin of victory over Donald Trump in Arizona.
Even the smallest example of fraud exposed by the auditors is a bigger number than Joe Biden’s 10,457-vote alleged victory. That was the number of people who illegally voted on November 3, 2020.
The auditors discovered that 11,326 people who were not registered to vote on Election Day actually voted. One month later, someone went back and added those 11,326 people to the Arizona voter rolls. Their votes were originally counted and added to the totals when Arizona spent several days counting the votes. But they were illegal votes.
There’s only one person who has authorization to change a state’s voter rolls like that, and that is Arizona Secretary of State Katie Hobbs. The same Katie Hobbs who had her election as Secretary of State bankrolled by none other than George Soros. Katie Hobbs is a partisan hack who has fought tooth-and-nail to stop this forensic audit from happening. The fact that she added those 11,326 people to the voter rolls after Election Day sure does make it look like Katie Hobbs was participating in a cover-up.
The fact that she added them to the voter rolls a month later indicates that Maricopa County and Arizona state election officials found those fraudulent votes long before the auditors did, and then tried to cover their tracks.
Then, there’s the “Sharpie-Gate” scandal. To be honest, I never paid much attention that specific example of fraud when it was first complained about back on Election Day. There were so many reports and examples of fraud and irregularities pouring in from across the entire country that this one kind of slipped under my radar. But it’s worth examining it more closely after the auditors explained it in Maricopa County.
They found 168,000 ballots that were printed on non-official paper stock. These ballots also had printing alignment errors in excess of 3,000%. Instead of providing pens for in-person voters on Election Day, many Maricopa County precincts provided Sharpie markers. Why is this significant? Because Trump supporters never trusted mail-in balloting. Democrat election officials in Maricopa County knew that most of the voters who showed up on Election Day would be Trump voters.
When they voted on that thin, unauthorized paper stock with Sharpie markers, the ink bled through onto other ballots that were stacked next to them. So, you may have filled in your ovals perfectly with a Sharpie, but when it gets sucked into the machine with one ballot beneath it and another on top it, the ink bled through.
All of those Trump votes were then either discarded as “overvotes,” or set aside for adjudication. That’s when a Democrat election worker could pick up a ballot and “fix” it (by marking a new ballot for Joe Biden and then running it through a counting machine). Again: The auditors found 168,000 ballots printed on thin paper stock, and many were marked with Sharpie markers where the ink bled through.
In all previous Arizona elections, the number of “adjudicated” ballots has never exceeded 2%. In the 2020 election, 11.27% of the ballots in Maricopa County were adjudicated – a sudden 550% increase! People who voted early in those same precincts were not provided Sharpies. Plus, people who used mail-in ballots were explicitly told not to use Sharpies – and Arizona has never used Sharpie markers in any previous election.
All of that fraud, and that’s not even mentioning the 74,243 mail-in ballots that appeared out of thin air and were counted, after they were never mailed by the Postal Service in the first place! So much for the 200 cases of potential voter fraud that the Associated Press wants to use to gaslight us.