F-f-f-fraud, that is. Fraud is the new F-word that you’re no longer allowed to say in polite company in America. If you say the new F-word, you’re liable to get an unpleasant visit from the FBI, or at least be banned from social media.
I guess we now know why the Democrat National Committee has paid to send more than 90 lawyers to Arizona to try to stop the audit of the votes in a single county. They knew what the auditors were going to find. Then again, so did you and I, didn’t we?
There were several major findings in Maricopa County in the past week, but I’ll start with the biggest bombshell that came on Friday:
Tons of ballots are missing or unaccounted for.
Joe Biden “won” Arizona by just over 10,000 votes, according to the official certified totals. Auditors have now discovered – so far – that as many as 385,000 physical paper ballots could be missing in Maricopa County alone.
Ballots are supposed to be stored for 22 months after a federal election. The ballots are supposed to be stored on pallets in batches of 200. Each batch of 200 is supposed to be sealed with a tamper-proof seal, with a “pink slip” batch report that confirms each batch has exactly 200 ballots. I don’t know why, but that’s the way it is done in many states (maybe every state, if it’s a federal standard?).
But as the auditors are opening the batches to count them for the hand recount portion of the investigation, they’re finding batch after batch that doesn’t have 200 ballots in it. Each batch is missing at least 2 or 3 ballots. Some batches are missing as many as 35 ballots – giving us an incredible double-digit discrepancy as high as 17.5%.
The Federal Election Commission allows for some discrepancy in batch counts. You’re dealing with millions of ballots on election night, and there are hundreds of election employees and volunteers bundling the ballots up in each location. They’re human, so there are bound to be some discrepancies here and there of a ballot or two. But a double-digit percentage? That’s beyond sloppy and it doesn’t fly with the FEC.
Here’s my math, by the way:
2,200,000 votes in Maricopa County X 17.5% discrepancy = 385,000 missing or unaccounted for ballots.
That’s the extreme high, based on the largest percentage of missing ballots discovered in a batch so far. So take that 385,000 number with a grain of salt.
Even with a 1% discrepancy rate, that would amount to 22,000 phantom ballots in Maricopa County.
Therefore, our extremes at both ends mean that somewhere between 22,000 and 385,000 ballots are MIA in a state that Joe Biden supposedly won by 10,475 votes.
“Where did those ballots go?” is wrong question. As we’ve known all along, the ballots never existed in the first place.
These are digital votes that were created somewhere and inserted into the system. Phantom votes. Congress has been worrying about so-called “ghost guns” this week. Maybe we should call these non-existent ballots “ghost votes.”
The previous highest turnout in any presidential election was in 2008, when 129 million votes were cast. Obama’s reelection in 2012 had 126 million votes cast. Donald Trump’s historic 2016 victory had 128 million votes cast. And the number suddenly jumped to 159 million votes cast?
Really? We supposedly had a 30-million vote increase in the number of ballots cast in 2020? Not by a country mile. There were at least 30 million “ghost votes” created off-site (out of the country, if Pillow Guy Mike Lindell is correct) and reinserted back into the system.
This is why the Maricopa County election database was wiped off of the D: drive on the main computer used on election night, before that computer was handed over to the auditors. It’s the reason why Dominion Voting Systems has refused to turn over the passwords to access their voting machines. They probably think they can get away with a “My dog ate the ballots” excuse to cover the massive ballot discrepancies. But they can’t hide the digital trail of all the “ghost votes” if the auditors get their hands on that database or get the passwords to crack open the machines.
There it is ladies and gentlemen: The auditors found the F-word in Arizona. Next stops: Pennsylvania, Georgia, Michigan, Minnesota and Nevada.