We reported on December 30th that concerned citizens in Maricopa County in Arizona got together to look into the election fraud in their state. They performed data analysis and found between 160,000 to 400,000 ‘Phantom’ Ballots and performed door to door canvasing and found up to 30% of the addresses they looked at were fraudulent. Their results were shocking. Liz Harris introduced the project :
The Arizona legislature held a hearing in December to discuss the various findings and accusations related to the election in Maricopa County and soon after the hearing the Senate subpoenaed the county. The County Board of Supervisors, who oversee the election in the county, sued the Senate to prevent the audit. Below are the Maricopa Board of Supervisors:
But then the following occurred:
The county sued [weeks ago], claiming the Legislature lacked authority to examine ballots. But on Wednesday, the county dropped its opposition, acknowledging the Legislature’s authority. Fann said the county has agreed to turn over all requested materials, provided the auditor is certified by the U.S. Election Assistance Commission and that only authorized parties will have access to the data.
Unfortunately this was all another ruse to prevent an adequate review of the ballots and images in Maricopa County.
According to an interview with Liz Harris, what the Board is not saying is that they want to select who performs the audit of their ballots because they can then prevent the things they don’t want reported through this auditor selection process. Hickman, Sellers and Gates are all Republicans. Gallardo is a Democrat.
Harris asks, “Why would the the Board of Supervisors do this?“
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