Arizona Audit

ifapray.org/blog/what-did-the-az-audit-reveal

Dr. V.A. Shiva Ayyadurai, M.I.T. PhD., and his team from Echomail, investigated the mail-in ballot envelopes for signature anomalies, including blank signatures and scribbles as well as partial signatures. They found that many blank signature boxes were approved by election officials which would be in violation of election standards and laws.

The most startling finding was something they did not expect in reviewing signatures. His team discovered 34,448 votes from those who voted more than once in the 2020 AZ general election. What this means is at least 17,224 votes were included in the results that should never have been accepted as valid, due to double, or in some cases triple, voting by the same voter. Keep in the mind the Biden margin of victory in Arizona was 10,457 votes.

The next independent auditor to present at the audit was Doug Logan, President of Cyber Ninjas, who was hired by the AZ State Senate to oversee the forensic audit at Veterans Memorial Coliseum located at the State Fairgrounds in Maricopa County. A highlight of his findings includes:

  • More than 255,000 early votes shown in the county final vote file lacked a corresponding entry in the early voting returns file.
  • More than 9,000 mail-in ballots were received and recorded than the official number of mail-in ballots sent out by the county.
  • A canvass showed over 3,400 more ballots were cast than recorded.
  • Precincts show 1,551 more ballots cast on election day than people who showed up to vote.
  • More than 23,000 voted by mail despite moving to Maricopa County after the October 5 cutoff date.
  • 2,382 voters cast votes in Maricopa County, in person, after moving out of the county.
  • More than 2,000 voters were given a full ballot instead of a presidential-only ballot because they moved out of Arizona within 29 days before the election in violation of election law.
  • Nearly 300 deceased voters may have voted in the election.
  • Nearly 2,500 ballots were shown in the early vote returns that do not have a voter listed as casting them.

Does every vote count in California?

The mantra by the left in the past election of every vote counts seems to ring hollow in the lot of new evidence coming out to California. it seems the Democratic Party is up in arms about the recent recall vote against governor Newsom. Oh they have plenty of petition signatures in the affirmative to have a vote whether to retain the governor or not. But it seems now they are concerned that illegals might have signed the petition, or people that are not at the proper residence, so now they want to make sure that every signature is a legal voter. Wouldn’t it be wonderful if the Democratic Party adopted that for every state and federal election in the United States?

The hypocrisy is mind boggling.

Republicans Voting for Impeachment

1.   House Republican Conference Chair Liz Cheney (R-WY)
2.   Rep. Anthony Conzalez (R-WA)
3. Rep. Jamie Herrera Beutler (R-WA.)
4.   Rep. John Katko (R-NY)
5.   Rep. Adam Kinzinger (R-IL)
6.   Rep. Peter Meijer (R-MI)
7.   Rep. Dan Newhouse (R-WA)
8. Rep. Tom Rice (R-SC)
9. Rep. Fred Upton (R-MI)
10. Rep. David Valadao (R-CA)

Why are repubs the way they are. Worthless!!

Politico reporter urges journalists to drop ‘conservative,’ switch to ‘extremist’

Tim Alberta urged journalists to label any GOP lawmaker who supported Trump’s election challenge as “extremist” and “radical.” 

Jarrett Staff by Jarrett StaffJanuary 5, 2021 Reading Time: 1min read

Tim Alberta, the outlet’s chief political correspondent, urged journalists to label any GOP lawmaker who supported President Trump’s election challenge as “extremist” and “radical.” 

“Words matter,” he wrote in a Tweet. “It’s past time we reformed our political terminology.” 

“We should not – for the rest of their careers – refer to any of these Republican E.C. objectors as ‘conservatives,’” he added.  

“They are radicals. They are extremists. There is nothing conservative about subverting democracy.” 

Tim Alberta, the outlet’s chief political correspondent, urged journalists to label any GOP lawmaker who supported President Trump’s election challenge as “extremist” and “radical.” 

“Words matter,” he wrote in a Tweet. “It’s past time we reformed our political terminology.” 

“We should not – for the rest of their careers – refer to any of these Republican E.C. objectors as ‘conservatives,’” he added.  

“They are radicals. They are extremists. There is nothing conservative about subverting democracy.”