The results of Arizona’s historic audit of the 2020 Maricopa County election show numerous discrepancies found in ballot forms, signatures, vote totals, and much more.
One of the most important findings from the audit was presented by Dr. Shiva Ayyadurai, who discovered over 17,000 duplicate ballots, as well as many other issues like “verified & approved” stamps on ballot envelopes printed behind the page.
Remember, Trump supposedly lost Arizona by a margin of less than 10,500 votes.
17,000 duplicates are more than 1.5 times the total of Joe Biden’s alleged “victory” in Arizona, and are more than enough to justify decertification.
Likewise, the Cyber Ninjas, the IT firm hired by the Arizona Senate, found thousands of other errors with ballot forms and votes, including duplicate ballots and mail-in ballots with no chain of custody.
Way more than 10k votes needed to flip the election. pic.twitter.com/8Ofm0zPobC
— Wendy Rogers (@WendyRogersAZ) September 24, 2021
Here are some other key findings from the audit:
- Canvass showed over 3,400 more ballots were cast than recorded
- Over 9,000 more mail-in ballots were received and recorded than the official number of mail-in ballots sent out by the county
- Precincts show more ballots cast on election day than people who showed up to vote. 1,551 extra votes.
- Approximately 2,500 ballots were shown in the early vote returns that do not have a voter listed as casting them.
- Over 255,000 early votes shown in the county final vote file do not have a corresponding entry in the early voting returns file
- Over 23,000 voted by mail after moving after the October 5th cutoff
- 2,382 voters cast votes in Maricopa county, in person, after moving out of the county
- Over 2,000 voters who moved out of Arizona during the 29 days before the election were given a full ballot instead of a presidential-only ballot.
- Close to 300 deceased voters potentially vote.
- There is an unprecedented number of discrepancies in the vote total. This could only happen through malicious actions or severe incompetence from Maricopa county officials.
Arizona state Senator Wendy Rogers (R) revealed a letter signed by 41 state legislators calling for forensic audits in each state and urging for those states to decertify the 2020 if their audit results are similar to Arizona’s.
BREAKING: Sen. Wendy Rogers unveils letter signed by 41 state legislators from across the country calling for forensic audits in each state, and urging their states to decertify the 2020 election if their audit results mirror those in Arizona. pic.twitter.com/Fd7mytHLX5
— National File (@NationalFile) September 25, 2021
“If results from these measures prove an inaccurate election was held, as has been shown in Arizona, and is being shown in many other states; then it is clear that certification of many electors was improperly rendered in January 2021 of the November 2020 United States presidential election,” the letter states.
41 Legislators from Multiple States Write a Letter to the American People Calling for a 50-State Audit, Decertification Where Appropriate, and Possible Convening of the US House of Representatives pic.twitter.com/Hoz6zUBtZq
— Wendy Rogers (@WendyRogersAZ) September 25, 2021
Former President Trump also issued a statement Friday calling for Arizona to decertify its election results in light of the massive discrepancies found in the audit.
“It is not even believable the dishonesty of the Fake News Media on the Arizona Audit results, which shows incomprehensible Fraud at an Election Changing level, many times more votes than is needed,” Trump said.
“The Fake News Media refuses to write the facts, thereby being complicit in the Crime of the Century. They are so dishonest, but Patriots know the truth! Arizona must immediately decertify their 2020 Presidential Election Results.”
The months-long audit was conducted on behalf of the Republican-led Arizona state Senate, which hired an IT firm called Cyber Ninjas to lead the effort.
Watch the full AZ audit presentation:
Maricopa County’s official story is coming unraveled thanks to leaked audio from a now resigned supervisor where he admits fraud plagued the election only days before the Arizona audit release.