Arizona Audit Finds Huge Discrepancies In County Claim Of Honest Election –Yesterday (Sept. 24) afternoon’s release of the results of the Maricopa County Election Audit ended a painstaking endeavor into reports of vote fraud that began in April.
At least a chapter anyway.
Maricopa County includes Phoenix. Trump “lost” Arizona by 10,000 votes.
The audit is damning, but the damning stuff is found at the bottom.
Cyber Ninjas, the firm that ran the audit, found that the county purged the election management system database, deleted election files and corrupted ballot images (see section 6.2). The Ninjas say these things have a severe impact on the election results and the ability to audit them.
The Ninjas also say that Early Voting Return Files (EV33) don’t have entries for 255,326 early voters that are recorded in the Final Voting File (VM55).
“Individuals that vote as part of Early Voting, either by mail or in person, should have an EV33 entry related to their casting of a vote containing details as to when and how that vote was cast,” say the Ninjas. ” Without an EV33 these details are unavailable, and it could make some types of audits impossible.
The county denied the auditors access to the voter registration system and records of authorized or unauthorized access to the system despite two subpoenas, the last one directing it provide “all reports findings and other documents concerning the voter registration breach.”
The Ninjas also say that the county commingled damaged and original ballots requiring hours of examination to unravel inaccurate documents. They point out that they have not be able to determine if the damaged ballots had been duplicated and tabulated as ballots as required by law.
Maricopa officials directed the printer of the mail ballots, Runbeck Election Services,, not to cooperate with the state-directed audit, the Ninjas note. (Section 5.7)
The county also failed to properly identify duplicate ballot batches; would not assign unique serial numbers to damaged ballots sent to duplication; and did not resolve discrepancies between number of voters and votes cast before acceptance of the canvass.
What the Ninjas could find regarding votes were:
- 23, 344 ballots cast under voter registration IDs for people who may not have received their ballots by mail because no one with that name was at the address to which the ballot was sent.
- 9,041 more ballots returned by voters than received.
- 5,295 people who potentially voted in multiple counties.
- 3,432 ballots that do not match the official results as to who voted.
- 2,592 more duplicate ballots than original ballots
- 2,382 people who had moved out of Maricopa County but recorded as voting in-person
- 1,551 votes counted in excess of voters.
The Ninjas offered recommendations as to how to improve things and provided explanations as to why these issues could have occurred without it being orchestrated election theft.
The alternative explanations lose all credibility, however, considering the behavior of the county. Why fight an audit when there is nothing to hide? The establishment media mouthpieces were certainly giving the Ninjas credence when a partial draft of the audit was leaked on Thursday that indicated that Biden had gained votes.
Today? Silence. It’s a dog not barking.