Arizona Audit Update: 1 Million Ballots Have Been Counted
The forensic audit in Maricopa County, Arizona has reached a new milestone.
According to the Arizona audit’s official Twitter page there has now been officially over 1 million ballots counted by hand!
Arizona Audit Director Ken Bennett in his latest interview also stated that close to 1 million ballots have been audited so far in the forensic audit in Maricopa County.
Bennet also stated that there has been over 300 new workers/volunteers who have started to audit ballots just last week, so it appears that they will pick up the pace to ensure that they meet their deadlines.
There’s over 2.1 million ballots that need to be counted, so with 1 million ballots under their belt they are close to 50% finished.
Gateway Pundit covered the story and shared this transcript of an interview with Arizona Audit Director Ken Bennett:
On Thursday, Jordan Conradson sat down again with Arizona Audit Director Ken Bennett and Randy Pullen for updates on the ongoing audit of the 2020 Maricopa County Election.As the audit is finding serious irregularities and likely fraud they are facing constant obstruction attempts by the county, local Democrats, national Democrats, and the liberal media.
Conradson: Do you guys have an update total for us?
Bennett: I think we’re at over 800,000 ballots counted and things are running very smoothly. We’ve had some of the highest number of counting tables since the audit began, yesterday afternoon, 33, and 37 new people are being trained today. Over 300 new workers and volunteers were trained last week. The pace is starting to ramp up but the speed is not our goal, accuracy is our number one goal.
Conradson: So, what’s going on with these deleted databases? Are we ever going to find out who did it?
Bennett: Well we don’t know that it was inadvertent or intentional. We never tried to imply one or the other but the contractor that was looking at that data does have a confirmation that some directories were deleted on April 12th. And computers keep track of when you add things and when you delete things. So that there’s a record of those being deleted but also happens in computers when you delete something it goes to a temporary file and they were able to recover it. If Maricopa County wants to see the data that proves that it was deleted, our contractor would be happy to share that.
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