The newly formed Arizona Senate Elections Committee, chaired by State Senator Wendy Rogers, heard a major presentation on voter irregularities and signature verification failures in Maricopa County’s 2022 Midterm Election.
We The People AZ Alliance co-founder and chairman Shelby Busch delivered this phenomenal presentation regarding voting machine or ballot printer failures and the potential voter fraud that occurred while “verifying” ballot signatures.
The Gateway Pundit reported live on this true bombshell hearing by the Elections Committee.
As The Gateway Pundit reported in November 2022, Shelby Busch, We The People AZ Alliance, and State Legislators compared and presented voter registration forms with signatures on over 100,000 2020 ballot envelopes and identified a staggering 20% error rate in signature verification.
After determining that OVER 420,000 ballot affidavits “failed signature verification in the 2020 Election,” based on their review of roughly 25% of 1.9 million envelopes, Busch and her team extrapolated this data. They concluded that there were “a total of 290,644 failed signatures in the 2022 Election.”
The County’s signature verification failure was one of the two main topics presented on Monday.
The Gateway Pundit previously reported that on election day in Maricopa County, nearly 60% of machines and printers failed for in-person voters who turned out at a rate of 3:1 for America First Republican candidates. Many did not get to vote, they were forced to wait hours to vote, or they were forced to leave their ballots in a mysterious box to be tabulated off-site later in the week.
Maricopa County Recorder Stephen Richer also admitted the County did not keep a chain of custody for the likely hundreds of thousands of ballots leaving the vote centers. With these chain of custody failures, there is no way of knowing if every legal vote was counted.
As revealed during Busch’s presentation, her team analyzed the System Log Files from Maricopa County’s Election Day tabulators and the redacted Cast Vote Record (CVR) to discovered that Election Day tabulators rejected nearly 1/4 million vote attempts on election day. This election-changing finding contradicts Maricopa County’s previous statement, claiming that just 70 out of 223 voting centers and only about 17,000 ballots were impacted by the debacle on Election Day.
Techopedia states, “A log file is a file that keeps a registry of events, processes, messages and communication between various communicating software applications and the operating system. Log files are present in executable software, operating systems and programs whereby all the messages and process details are recorded. Every executable file produces a log file where all activities are noted.”
According to Shelby Busch, the CVR is the “system file that’s produced by the machine,” which “essentially breaks down every single ballot by what race it voted for.”
Kari Lake tweeted,
Lake: What happened here in Arizona was truly an assault on our country. We must rectify this.
CONFIRMED: On Election Day, tabulators rejected nearly 1/4 MILLION Vote Attempts.
What happened here in Arizona was truly an assault on our Country. We must rectify this.
— Kari Lake (@KariLake) January 23, 2023
Busch also stated, “tabulators failed at 235 times the Election Assistance Commission’s regulated failure rates.”
Kari Lake War Room shared multiple tweets on this smoking gun allegation.
Kari Lake War Room also tweeted, “more evidence to come.”
Yesterday, @katiehobbs filed to get our lawsuit thrown out.
Today, records revealed nearly a quarter of a million ballots were rejected on Election Day in Maricopa County in a race that came down to just 17K votes.
She's illegitimate & she knows it.
More evidence to come. pic.twitter.com/Z4jFSVQjIx
— Kari Lake War Room (@KariLakeWarRoom) January 24, 2023
Busch told the legislators that she has made “multiple attempts” to notify the elections department and County leadership, but “they did not respond.”
The Gateway Pundit will highlight more findings from this critical hearing.
Busch: The other area I want to cover is the tabulator machines. We received, just a few weeks ago, January of 2023, the System Log Files from the tabulators used in Maricopa County on election day, along with the redacted CVR records. Through an analysis, we were able to determine a quarter of a million ballot feeds misread by those tabulators. There are approximately two tabulators in every polling Center, which means there were 446 tabulators with a quarter of a million voter attempt failures.