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Elections should be easy and easily verifiable.  The only people voting should be unquestionably registered voters, not people showing up on Election Day claiming to be eligible voters.  Election officials know who registered voters are because they’ve been issued—before Election Day—registration documents, documents issued only after their identities, and all facets of their eligibility to vote, have been verified.  They show up on Election Day—or during a relatively brief early voting period—weeks not months—display their registration and identification, vote, and should any questions arise later, it’s easy to sort out.  Why?  Because the paper ballots they filled out in the presence of election officials have been scanned and tabulated, and the paper ballots retained in case a recount or audit is necessary.  The will be no doubt that citizen A, who was eligible to vote, voted once, in one precinct.  Only election officials–no one else–has custody of ballots.  These simple measures make voting secure; it’s hard to cheat.

None of this happened in the 2020 presidential election.  It was easy to cheat, and thousands of affidavits point unmistakably to widespread cheating, particularly in several battleground states, the states that gave the election to Joe Biden.  I’ll not go into those details here; they’re available for anyone seeking them.

The D/S/C propaganda arm, the media, have been consistently lying about the results of that election and attempts to examine it.  “The courts have vindicated Joe Biden!” they blare.  No, the courts, including the Supreme Court, have refused to hear any evidence of cheating, which is quite different than proving there was no cheating.  And more recently, “The Maricopa County audit proves Joe Biden won!”  Again, no.

D/S/C media accounts focus exclusively on the initial recount results, which indicate Biden got some 300 more votes than was initially reported by Maricopa County.  They ignore the rest of the comprehensive report, which demonstrates to rational readers there was election fraud.

Example: I have 50 three carat diamonds.  I know this because I counted them.  A few days later, just for the joy of handling all that wealth, I do a recount, and mirable dictu!  I actually have 52!  I must have missed those two the first time because I was so excited.  But in doing the recount, something seemed “off” about a few of those diamonds, so I don’t re-recount them.  That would be useless and wouldn’t tell me anything I didn’t already know.  I audit them, not caring about their number, but their nature.  To my horror, I discover 48 of those “diamonds” are synthetic, not real diamonds at all.  They’re fraudulent.

Let’s visit Matt Margolis at PJ Media:

A draft copy of the 2020 Maricopa County election audit has been leaked to KJZZ, a Phoenix-based radio station.

The validity of the draft report they obtained was confirmed by audit spokesman Randy Pullen, who said, ‘It’s not the final report, but it’s close.’

The media is already spinning the findings of the audit.

‘The partisan review of Maricopa County’s 2.1 million ballots cast in the 2020 election found a vote count nearly identical to what the county had previously reported,’ CNN reported. Like other liberal outlets, CNN focused on the results of the hand-recount part of the audit. As we know, hand recounts may account for slight discrepancies in counting but do not address irregularities or potentially illegally cast ballots.

CNN and the rest reported only on the number, not the nature, of the votes.  Here’s the reality:

‘What has been found is both encouraging and alarming,’ the report summary reads. ‘On the positive side there were no substantial differences between the hand count of the ballots provided and the official canvass results for the County.’

That’s the number of ballots.

However, while it is encouraging for voters, it does not allay all of the concerns:

*None of the various systems related to elections had numbers that would balance and agree with each other. In some cases, these differences were significant.

*There appears to be many ballots cast from individuals who had moved prior to the election.

*Files were missing from the Election Management System (EMS) Server.

*Ballot images on the EMS were corrupt or missing.

*Logs appeared to be intentionally rolled over, and all the data in the database related to the 2020 General Election had been fully cleared.

*On the ballot side, batches were not always clearly delineated, duplicated ballots were missing the required serial numbers, originals were duplicated more than once, and the Auditors were never provided Chain‐of‐ Custody documentation for the ballots for the time‐period prior to the ballot’s movement into the Auditors’ care. This all increased the complexity and difficulty in properly auditing the results; and added ambiguity into the final conclusions.

In other words, not only is there clear evidence of substantial election fraud, Maricopa County Officials destroyed evidence.

The audit team faults Maricopa County officials for not cooperating with the audit, which would have resolved many of these obstacles. ‘By the County withholding subpoena items, their unwillingness to answer questions as is normal between auditor and auditee, and in some cases actively interfering with audit research, the County prevented a complete audit,’ the summary explains. ‘This did not stop the primary goal of offering recommendations for legislative reform to the Arizona Senate, but it did leave many questions open as to the way and manner that the 2020 General Election was conducted. As a result, while many areas of concern were specifically identified, our full audit results validating the 2020 General Election are necessarily inconclusive.’

Which is exactly what those officials, who continue to refuse to cooperate, intended.  Let’s look at the table the report provides, which prima facie demonstrates fraud:

There were 57,734 “impacted” ballots, ballots that were likely fraudulent.  Biden won the state of Arizona by 10,457 votes.  The margin of fraud in Maricopa County, a single county in the state, was five times more than Biden’s margin of victory in the entire state.  Let’s examine a few of the categories.

*Mail-in ballots voted from prior address: 23,344.  These are votes from people who did not live in Maricopa County and were therefore ineligible to vote there.  Who knows how many of these “voters” voted in multiple counties, even multiple states?

*Potential voters that voted in multiple counties: 10,342.  This is an estimate.  It would take additional investigation—criminal investigation—to produce a more accurate number.

*More ballots returned by voter than received: 9,041.  Joe voter gets a mail-in ballot, but returns 20, neatly photo copied.  Or Joe gets 20 ballots and dutifully returns them all, neatly filled out.  There is no way this is anything but premeditated fraud, and notice this category alone is nearly Biden’s margin of victory for the entire state.

* The categories of Official results does not match who voted, More duplicates than original ballots, In-Person voters who had moved out of Maricopa County and Voters moved out-of-state during 29-day period preceding election provides 10,487 likely fraudulent votes—more than Biden’s margin of victory for the entire state.

The degree of spoliation—destruction of evidence/destruction of legally required records–is obvious and criminal, perhaps even evidence of conspiracy.  Destroying such records—for dishonest partisans–is vital.  Their disappearance makes the job of any criminal investigator much more difficult, perhaps impossible.  Of course, corrupt election officials can simply send out many more ballots than anyone requested, secure in the knowledge a great many voters will do the right—left—thing and vote early and often and for the right—left–candidate.

And of course, the dead—some 282—voted.  Anyone care to guess for whom they cast their posthumous ballots?  There’s something about dying that converts even the most ardent Republican to a D/S/C.  Let’s return to Margolis:

These findings don’t prove fraud, but certainly demonstrate the potential for fraud. And these impacted ballots have not been vetted.

So, has Joe Biden’s victory been proven? Not in the least. The truth is, we’ll never know the truth about how many ballots were impacted. Of course, the mainstream media knows this, which is why, deep down in CNN’s report about the audit, it laments that the draft report ‘shows that Cyber Ninjas and their subcontractors are still seeking ways to cast doubt on the election,’ pointing to the thousands of ballots flagged.

Yes.  That’s what a professional, competent audit does; it determines if an election was honest.  I’d argue with Margolis in that what has been determined thus far is it’s highly likely the vote in Maricopa County, AZ was fraudulent.  To cite a single example, how does one explain 10,342 voters voting in multiple counties if not fraud?  It’s interesting that Arizona’s Attorney General is criminally investigating, which has the potential to flip conspirators and get to the reality of election fraud.  If one is confident the results of an election are honest and lawful, what’s the purpose of spoliation and refusing to comply with valid, lawful subpoenas?  Wouldn’t such honest, non-partisan people welcome an audit that would demonstrate their fidelity to the rule of law and help voters be confident in election results?

This can’t be said enough: there is evidence of election fraud sufficient in a single county to overturn the election results in the state of Arizona.  

Obviously, the 2020 election is not going to be overturned.  We’re stuck with Joe Biden—actually Biden’s handlers—and they’re giving it to us, good and hard.  Overturning the election isn’t the point.  The point is ensuring our future elections are as fraud-free as we can make them.  Normal Americans are all for that.  D/S/Cs are doing everything they can to ensure they’re eternally rigged.

If D/S/Cs win this particular battle, no Republican will ever again win a national election and America is over.  Rational, honest people can agree on that much, at least.