The Arizona forensic audit continued Monday at the Veterans Memorial Coliseum in downtown Phoenix.
Despite the best efforts by Democrats to prevent an audit of the Maricopa County results, the forensic audit is currently underway at the Veterans Memorial Coliseum.
The audit is being live-streamed from 9 different angles from the arena floor at AZAudit.org.
From our reporting on Saturday, the coliseum cameras caught election workers scanning ballots individually in ultra-violet light.
As we reported previously — Inventor and data analyst Jovan Hutton Pulitzer has a process and the patents surrounding the process where he can identify fraudulent ballots based on the paper used, creases in the paper, the ink on the forms, and other characteristics. Pulitzer can identify fraudulent votes, which will ultimately result in the accurate results of the 2020 election when only valid votes are accounted for.
It appears the election workers are running true forensic testing on the ballots.
ARIZONA AUDIT UPDATE: Maricopa County looks to be searching for special watermarks on the ballots pic.twitter.com/XU4ZxzvlbK
— “Mostly Peaceful” Matthew (@MostPeacefulOne) April 24, 2021
On Monday former Arizona Secretary of State Ken Bennett confirmed the audit officials are using ultraviolet light to scan the ballots for folds and watermarks!
In December Jovan Hutton Pulitzer gave a presentation with the Economic War Room, on how he and his company can detect many types of election fraud with a simple, easy examination of the physical ballots, by running them through forensic machines designed to detect physical signatures of the ballots.
Pulitzer is a pattern recognition expert holding over 200 patents. His patents are used on 12 billion handheld devices around the world.
During his presentation, Pulitzer described how scanning absentee ballots under a predetermined light source will show if a ballot is real or a fraud.
If the absentee ballot does not include an obvious crease it is clearly a fraudulent ballot.