When President Donald J. Trump flew back to Florida from his highly successful Georgia rally Saturday, he was welcomed with some good news.
The Elections Integrity Unit of the Arizona Attorney General’s office will begin analyzing and reviewing the evidence found in the comprehensive audit to determine further actions.
State Attorney General Mark Brnovich said that his office is prepared to “take all necessary actions” after audit results uncovered significant voter discrepancies in the 2020 presidential election.
“I will take all necessary actions that are supported by the evidence and where I have legal authority,” Brnovich wrote on Twitter Friday night after the audit hearing. “Arizonans deserve to have their votes accurately counted and protected.”
His statement came after Republican Senate President Karen Fann sent a letter to Brnovich detailing the “most urgent issues” that must be addressed following the audit results hearing.
On Friday, the Arizona 2020 presidential election audit results hearing revealed tens of thousands of voter discrepancies, including duplicate ballots, chain of custody issues, failure to preserve data files, cyber security weaknesses, and ballot envelopes lacking signatures.
Dr. Shiva Ayyadurai’s investigation found 17,322 duplicates of early voting ballots that went unreported in Maricopa Country.
This included multiple ballots without signatures. 25 percent of duplicated ballots came in between election day and several days after.
Cyber Ninjas’ report also discovered duplicate ballots with incorrect or missing serial numbers, many already used serial numbers, and more duplicate ballots than original ballots.
The report also revealed:
🔹Over 9,000 main-in voters show returning more ballots than what was sent.
🔹397 mail-in ballots were returned without any evidence of them being sent out.
🔹Over 20,000 voters voted via mail-in ballot even despite moving to a different location which is illegal in Arizona.
🔹2,382 voters voted in person despite no longer living in Maricopa County.
🔹2,081 of voters who no longer live in the state received a presidential-only ballot.
🔹 5,047 people voted in multiple counties for up to 5,295 votes.
🔹393 of voters voted with incomplete names.
🔹198 individuals registered to vote after the Oct. 15 deadline and proceeded to vote in the election.
🔹 282 “potentially deceased” individuals voted in the election.
In his July 2021 rally in Phoenix and the rally in Perry, Georgia Saturday, President Trump had much to say about the Arizona Governor.
“Why wouldn’t the governor want an audit? Maybe everything will prove to be correct, which we know won’t happen. I said, “Why wouldn’t this governor Doug Ducey…”
When I did rallies, he always wanted to be in the front row. “Sir, could you mention my name please?” I’ll mention. And I did these rallies and he wasn’t very popular, but he won by a lot because he ran against a very defective candidate, which they found out after they nominated that Democrat.
But I’d introduce him and I wouldn’t get much of an applause and I’d get a lot of boos. And I kept saying, “This guy’s not very popular.” But now you know what? He’s not popular with me either.
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