The Maricopa County Board of Supervisors (MCBOS) must be sweating it right now. They know they blew $100,000 or more on two bogus audits that they knew would give them a clean bill of health in the 2020 Election. They and the Democrats and their lawyers also know that a thorough audit of the 2020 results will uncover massive fraud.
It doesn’t take an international executive auditor to determine that the results in Arizona, and especially Maricopa County are suspicious. Joe Biden is the first Democrat to win the state since Clinton and the first Democrat to win Maricopa County since Truman, but Biden and Harris couldn’t fill a parking lot for one of their events less than a month before the election:
There are more obvious reasons that a forensic audit of election results is necessary:
But Democrats would say that they already had two audits and everything was fine so why perform this audit taking place now in the Arizona Veterans Memorial Coliseum? The reason is because the MCBOS hired the firms on the basis that they would provide the results they wanted.
In late January the MCBOS was preparing for two bogus audits that they were hoping would satisfy the people in their county. Local Phoenix news was reporting:
The supervisors said before the vote that they have full confidence the election ran smoothly and votes were counted accurately, after multiple audits and hand counts came back without errors and after election challenges were dismissed by the courts.
Chairman Jack Sellers said the audit is meant to alleviate the concerns of those who still “have serious doubts about our election process.”
The bogus audits the MCBOS paid for cost around $100,000:
The audits of machines and software may cost between $50,000 and $100,000, according to county spokesperson Fields Moseley based on county estimates. The county’s contracts with the audit companies are not yet final.
Other estimates we saw were up to $120,000 for these audits. The MCBOS selected these auditors because they knew they would assist the county in claiming the results were fine. The MCBOS claimed they selected these two firms because they said they were the only certified auditors. But we found this to not be true:
The auditors also proved to be unprofessional and rude:
These audits were all cover. They produced clean audits with no material issues after looking at a few machines. These were not thorough audits and this is what the MCBOS wanted.