First hints of the Maricopa audit are emerging. The results will eliminate all doubts.
However, the scale and wide range came as a surprise even for us! The political analyst and strategist, Boris Epshteyn, said that the first audit in the U.S. had exposed discrepancies as high as 17.5 %.
Boris Epshteyn confessed that Biden didn’t win Arizona according to the audit’s numbers!
The allegations are grave, as well as the evidence. The Maricopa audit has been rescheduled to end on June 30, 2021.
If you think a little bit, at the beginning of the audit, the auditors felt that they would finish it even before the deadline. But now, numerous discrepancies have been revealed, so the auditors want to take their time to check everything. The audit’s end is extended by several weeks.
Maricopa County and the Dems did everything in their power to stop the audit from happening. Their actions made me think twice. If the 2020 election was as fair and transparent as the Dems claim, what are they afraid of?
The National File also said what Epshteyn’s claims of error rates as high as 17.5 %.
The ongoing audit of ballots cast in Maricopa County, Arizona, has uncovered “significant discrepancies” in the number of ballots versus the supposed number of ballots that were supposed to exist. Political strategist Boris Epshteyn adds that the discrepancies may be as high as 17.5%, and it is “likely Joe Biden did not win Arizona.”
Arizona Senate President recently sent a letter to the Maricopa County Board of Supervisors, outlining the major issues discovered already in the audit and offering to settle them without additional subpoenas or compulsory action. In the letter, says Epshteyn on Steve Bannon’s podcast, it reveals, “Pallet five, batch 2976, 200 pink slip total, actual total 165. They are missing 35 ballots out of that batch.” He added, “35 out of 100 is 17.5%. 10 out of 200 is 5%.”
“Do you know how shocking that is? 17.5% discrepancy in a batch is beyond belief.” He added, “In one, they’ve got 18 more than there’s supposed to be, which is a 9% discrepancy. Again, if we are to have any confidence in elections in this country, how can we possibly be okay with discrepancies of double-digit percentages? It’s absolutely mind-boggling, anything above a tiny fraction of a percentage is unacceptable, by the way, unacceptable according to the Federal Elections Commission.”
Ephsteyn explained that several databases subpoenaed for the purpose of the audit had been removed, including files that contain the election results and how they were tallied. “There’s evidence these databases were removed as recently as March, right before handed over, and while being subject to a subpoena. That’s criminal activity.”
“We now know why the Maricopa County Board of Supervisors have been fighting this subpoena so hard, why Perkins Coie has come in, why the Democrats are pushing back, why you’ve got mainstream media melting down,” he explained, “Because they’re hiding this. They’re hiding the disaster in which they handled this election, and likely, the fact that Joe Biden did not win in Arizona.”
Let’s say that the Maricopa County audit continues without any additional interruptions. In this case, we will have the results and significant updates on June 30, 2021. But, until then, I won’t be surprised if a couple of leaks come out.
The 17.5% error rate represents only the visible part of an iceberg. God knows what is hidden below the water!
I want to know what the Dems are hiding.
At this point, Maricopa represents the battlefield of the political universe. However, it surprised me that the mass media have been reluctant to cover this story.
But. I doubt that they will remain loyal to transparency if something terrible leaks.
The Epoch Times reported on the Arizona audit.
Arizona Senate President Karen Fann, a Republican, asked Maricopa County Board of Supervisors Chairman Jack Sellers, also a Republican, on Wednesday to cooperate with the Senate to resolve the issues, including the county’s noncompliance with earlier subpoenas.
The county is refusing to supply routers or even images of routers used in connection with last year’s election, claiming doing so would pose a security risk. A Senate lawyer said last week the body would issue fresh subpoenas unless the requested material was produced, but instead, Fann wrote a letter to Sellers seeking to convince him to cooperate voluntarily.
Fann is proposing having CyFIR, one of four firms hired to carry out the audit in Maricopa County, review virtual images of the relevant routers in county facilities with representatives from the county’s sheriff’s office present.
“Such an arrangement would permit Maricopa County to retain custody and monitor the review of router data while ensuring that the Senate may access the information it requires—and to which it is constitutionally entitled—to successfully complete its audit. The Senate has no interest in viewing or taking possession of any information that is unrelated to the administration of the 2020 general election,” she wrote in the new letter.
Fann also expressed concern that the county either does not have or will not provide passwords to access administrative functions on vote tabulation machines. She told Sellers that “it strains credulity to posit that the County has no contractual right to obtain (i.e., control of) password information from Dominion.”
Dominion has not returned requests for comment.
Auditors, the top senator continued, have “become aware of apparent omissions, inconsistencies, and anomalies relating to Maricopa County’s handling, organization, and storage of ballots.” That includes a lack of chain-of-custody documentation for the ballots; bags in which the ballots were stored not being sealed; and a disparity between the actual number of ballots in a batch and the total listed a pink report slip accompanying the batch, which the county provided.
In one case, the discrepancy was 35 votes. Batches are supposed to contain 200 ballots.
Additionally, the audit teams found an entire database directory deleted from an election machine even though the details appear to have been covered by the subpoena. Combined with not finding the main database for the election management software, “this suggests that the main database for all election-related data for the November 2020 General Election has been removed,” Fann said.
She told Sellers that she hopes the issues can be resolved without additional subpoenas and invited him and any other county officers or employees who know about the outlined matters to attend a meeting at the Arizona State Capitol on May 18. The hearing will be live-streamed.
“I’m looking forward to the County coming to the AZ Capitol to answer these important questions related to the audit,” state Sen. Warren Petersen, a Republican, said in a statement.
A Maricopa County spokesman declined to comment early Thursday, indicating the county would respond later in the day.
The county’s Elections Department, Sellers, and a Sellers aide did not respond to inquiries.
As you know, we are only reporting the truth, regardless if it’s good or bad.
I think that only a few days separate us from revealing the truth behind the actual 2020 Presidential election results.