I love American holidays like the Fourth of July, Thanksgiving, Christmas and Easter. We may need to add a new holiday to the calendar after this year: “Audit Friday,” to designate the day when Democrats across the country collectively soiled themselves. The Maricopa County forensic audit results will be released Friday.
In a surprise move, a member of the Board of Supervisors in Maricopa County has resigned his position and is probably in hiding right now, which totally doesn’t look guilty at all. Plus, we have audit news to share with you on Georgia, Pennsylvania, and… Colorado? Yes – Colorado!
First, Maricopa County Supervisor Steve Chucri abruptly announced that he’s quitting his job. The surprise news landed just two days before the Arizona state senate will hold a hearing to announce the finalized results of the forensic election audit. On his way out the door, Chucri state that the 2020 election was totally fair and square, and that Joe Biden won.
His resignation also comes, curiously, just one day after The Gateway Pundit released leaked audio from the Maricopa Board of Supervisors from earlier this year. Chucri was heard on that tape claiming the county’s non-forensic audit – the one that only examined 2% of the ballots back in January – was “bullsh*t.” Chucri also stated that he didn’t trust Dominion Voting Systems, that he believed the 2020 election fraud was “multifaceted,” and that some of his colleagues probably didn’t want an audit because they won their seats on the board by very narrow margins.
Why the huge contradiction between what he said in that meeting, versus what he said in his resignation letter? Who knows? My guess, however, is that Chucri is lawyering up, because Arizona Senate President Karen Fann has said that all of the criminal activity uncovered in the audit is being turned over to Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich.
In other news…in Georgia, there was a surprise during the Monday morning court hearing on auditing the ballots. Attorney Garland Favorito, representing the group VoterGA, is still trying to inspect the 2020 election ballots after multiple sworn affidavits revealed that there were tens of thousands of counterfeit ballots in Fulton County.
Defense attorneys for the Democrats on the Fulton County Election Board suddenly claimed that there is no need for VoterGA to inspect the ballots, because the Georgia Bureau of Investigation (GBI) is already investigating them. This was news to everyone involved, especially the judge who has been handling the case all along. The judge has now delayed the proceedings for another 20 days. He’s demanding that GBI explain exactly what it has done to investigate the counterfeit ballots.
Favorito says the defense attorneys are lying and he’ll be able to prove it at this follow-up hearing. It’s another frustrating delay in examining the Georgia ballots. Those ballots were supposed to be unsealed back in June, but there’s just been delay after delay since then. At least the judge in the Georgia case seems sympathetic to VoterGA’s case. He hasn’t dismissed the case and has maintained consistently that VoterGA “has standing” to pursue answers to all their questions about the ballots.
And we have big news out of Colorado! Mesa County, Colorado is a “red” county that Donald Trump won handily in the 2020 election (63% to Biden’s 35%). The County Clerk and Recorder, a woman named Tina M. Peters, released some forensic findings to the Mesa County Commissioners. This was a surprise, because most of us didn’t even realize that anyone in Colorado was looking at the wonky 2020 results.
Peters’ report states that Dominion Voting Systems performed a “software upgrade” on the election equipment in Mesa County. And that “upgrade” erased all of Mesa County’s 2020 election data. Gee. What a coincidence.
What they did not realize was that Ms. Peters had already made a backup copy of all the election data. She’s now raising a huge stink with this forensic report and asking whether every county in Colorado that used Dominion election software had their data erased in that same upgrade. Good question. What do you suppose the answer is?
Election data, ballots and other crucial information is supposed be preserved for 22 months under federal law. Colorado has a state law that requires election data to preserved even longer than that – 25 months. If Colorado’s statewide election data was all erased early and the results cannot be verified – doesn’t that nullify the state’s 9 electoral college votes for Joe Biden? Asking for a friend.
In the meantime, buckle your seatbelt and pop some popcorn. Audit Friday is going to be VERY exciting!