MAGA Republicans Have Strategy to Audit 10 States After Maricopa Audit

 

It’s no longer just Maricopa County.

There is now a strategy to audit 10 (TEN!) different states in regards to the 2020 presidential election.

If Democrats and the media believed that they could get away with the Big Lie, then they are sorely mistaken.

Forensic audits in 10 states would destroy any credibility that the Democrat party has left.

This exclusive scoop was broken on the National File.

You can watch the exclusive preview on Gab TV below:

This news comes as it was revealed that elected officials in at least four states flew to Arizona.

Why?

Because these elected officials want to bring similar forensic audits to their own states.

One representatives is Virginia State Senator Amanda Chase, who wants to begin a forensic audit in Virginia:

Finchem put out an open calling inviting representatives from every state to visit Arizona and see how a real forensic audit should be conducted. 

The Washington Examiner has more details on the tours for elected officials at the Maricopa audit:

The Republican-led Arizona Senate’s audit of the 2020 election in Maricopa County is becoming a national attraction for people who may be interested in re-creating the controversial review in their own states.

Elected officials from at least two states, Alaska and Georgia, were spotted on Tuesday at Veterans Memorial Coliseum in Phoenix, where private firm Cyber Ninjas is leading the audit. Alaska state Rep. David Eastman and Georgia state Sens. Burt Jones and Brandon Beach took part in a tour, according to KTAR News reporter Griselda Zetino.

OANN anchor Christina Bobb, who has helped raise funds for the audit through a nonprofit group, Voices and Votes, suggested in a tweet that Colorado also had representation at the venue. She did this while covering the review as a reporter.

This follows a delegation of Republican lawmakers from Pennsylvania last week. Pennsylvania state Sen. Doug Mastriano, who was present at the Jan. 6 siege of the U.S. Capitol, was one of them.

“The AZ Forensic Election Audit is the most comprehensive election audit in the history of [the] United States,” Mastriano said in a press release. “Transparency is a must in our republic. Every citizen should be confident that their vote counts.”

Even as pressure mounts in states such as Pennsylvania and Georgia to replicate the Maricopa County audit, the review has earned criticism from county officials and Democratic Arizona Secretary of State Katie Hobbs and prompted concerns from the U.S. Justice Department. Critics argue the results from two previous election machine audits, conducted for the Maricopa County Board of Supervisors, showed no irregularities in the county’s 2020 election. A recount of a sample of ballots also did not turn up any problems.

We expect the results from the Maricopa audit to be revealed any moment now.

The best estimates predict that this will unfold within the next 3-4 weeks.

If evidence of voter fraud and election meddling is uncovered in the Maricopa audit, you can certainly expect other states to follow Arizona’s lead.

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5 comments

  • The Electoral college certified the election so it can’t be undone. It’s a constitutional thing. But it will open the eyes of voters.

    Charley Vasecka
  • U.S. doesn’t help Israel, that’s great, so the perpetrators of Corona aren’t being helped.

    Robert Schenk
  • We have to make sure the elections are handled in an honest and clear way otherwise, they will loose their meaning.

    Peter Diaz
  • So… let’s say that it is proven conclusively that Trump won the election…what happens then?

    D. Smith
  • I have never seen such an obvious miscarriage of justice as I have with the 2020 election, it’s criminal and the bill comes due always does

    Michael Higgins

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