The full forensic audit of the 2020 election in Maricopa County discovered evidence of illegal activity and 700,000 potential ballot discrepancies.
All evidence was presented to the public and delivered to Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich on September 24, 2021.
He has since opened a criminal investigation into the 2020 Election. Arizona is expecting the results of this months-long investigation any day now.
On Wednesday, Maricopa County released a 93-page report and held a four-hour-long special meeting, where they attempted to discredit the claims of Arizona Senate auditors.
Maricopa County finally admits that illegal ballots were cast through double voting and double-counting of ballots in their report.
Arizona Senate President Karen Fann responded to the County yesterday, saying that she looks forward to hearing from the Arizona Attorney General on the results of his criminal investigation.
Additionally, Maricopa County has still not given a credible rebuttal to the hundreds of thousands of “ghost votes” and “lost votes” that were discovered in the citizen-led canvass of Maricopa County homes.
Liz Harris led the charge in Maricopa County and discovered that potentially 173,104 votes were lost or not recorded. Another 96,389 mail-in votes were counted under the names of registered voters who were either unknown to the residents of the registration address or who moved before October 2020.
The Gateway Pundit reported that Liz Harris debunked Maricopa County’s false claims outlined in their response to the canvass.
Tom Vanek, a volunteer canvasser shared a Facebook post with more details on the County’s failure to answer the real questions.
Yesterday Steven Richer spent hours telling the world about how the 2020 election was executed perfectly and about how all the anomalies that were seen by the audit team and the canvassers were merely figments of our collective imagination. What he didn’t tell the world was this… On September 30, 2021 Eddie Cook received eight addresses that appeared suspicious to the canvass team, and he gave those addresses to Richer so he could explain how and why those suspicious looking votes were valid. As of January 6, 2022 (over three months later) NONE of those suspicious looking votes have been explained.
This was only eight of the anomalies, and there were thousands more. For a more comprehensive list of what was found, visit the following links:
Liz Harris also verified these details.
The results of the canvass have been delivered to Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich, along with all evidence of fraud statewide in Arizona.
View the full audit reports here: https://www.azsenaterepublicans.com/audit
A recent election integrity hearing in Pima County, Arizona, provided even more election-changing evidence of fraud.