Pennsylvania has reportedly sent a delegation of state legislators to tour Arizona’s election audit facility, in a sign that the state may hold its own audit of the 2020 election.
“Pennsylvania sent a delegation out here. They’ve expressed interest in the Arizona audit and replicating this in Pennsylvania,” OAN reporter Christina Bobb said Tuesday.
“So there is a delegation of state legislators from Pennsylvania that are arrive in Arizona today. They are getting a behind the scene tour tomorrow. I’m hoping to catch up with them tomorrow so hopefully we’ll have some of that.”
As of this writing, Arizona has completed approximately 50% of its audit, with over 1 million ballots forensically reviewed.
This comes after Wisconsin announced it would conduct its own audit of the 2020 election despite Democrat efforts to block it.
Additionally, a Georgia judge has ordered the unsealing of 147,000 Fulton County absentee ballots to be audited.
Joe Hoft of the Gateway Pundit joins Owen to give a detailed update on what is occurring in the states that are exploring the results of the 2020 election.