Arizona election audit results to be released Sept. 24

The long-awaited results of the audit of 2020 presidential election race results in Maricopa County, Arizona, are to be released Sept. 24.

Democrats in the state have been in a panic ever since the GOP-run state Senate launched the review last spring.

Arizona was one of a handful of swing states during the 2020 election, and Joe Biden won the White House by a combined few tens of thousands of votes across all those jurisdictions.

While legal challenges to the results failed when most judges dismissed arguments on technicalities without hearing evidence, several states have since taken steps to make their future ballot counts more secure.

Some others also have started audits.

What is known about the election is that various state officials simply ignored, or overturned, state laws in order to accommodate mail-in ballots during 2020, even though the Constitution only allows state lawmakers to do that.

Further, that there was outside influence on the count is without dispute, as leftist Mark Zuckerberg of Facebook megawealth handed out some $350 million to mostly leftist elections officials to help them run their election counts.

The Maricopa results are to be announced at 1 p.m. in the Senate chambers, with the gallery open to the public, reports confirmed.

A local broadcast outlet explained up to three volumes of the audit findings will be released.

President Trump lost the Arizona election by only about 10,000 votes, giving a Democrat the win in the state for the first time in decades.

The Arizona Senate had contracted with Cyber Ninjas to audit Maricopa’s results in a review that was opposed by Democrats throughout its existent.

Earlier reports suggested there were 270,000 “lost” and “ghost” votes found in the audit.

Right Side Broadcasting reported earlier on the results of canvassing of voters, and revealed 34.23% of people who had been recorded as not voting insisted they did.

“Where did these votes go?” the report asked.

Other swing states where results were challenged include Wisconsin, Michigan, Georgia and others.

Nationally, the election results were doubted because of middle-of-the-night dumps of piles of ballots – virtually all with Joe Biden picked. In some locations, there were reports of Democrats showing up at ballot drop boxes and emptying backpacks full of ballots. In Georgia, counters sent observers home and then pulled suitcases filled with ballots from under tables where they were hidden, and counted them.

There have been a number of allegations out of Arizona, including ballots arriving literally stuffed in boxes, thousands reviewed without any including a presidential choice, and a 74,000-vote discrepancy in official counts.

Democrats nationally and in Arizona have fought bitterly not to have any count completed, and have gone to court to try to stop it.

President Trump repeatedly has charged that the election was stolen, although legacy media fact-checkers have claimed that there was literally no election misbehavior during 2020.

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