By Stu Cvrk
Numbers, numbers. Which ones are correct? Don’t look to the legacy media for anything other than a surface pass at what is being uncovered by the Arizona audit. The Arizona senate hearing on 15 July gave us a taste of what to expect in the final audit report, but just about the only story endlessly repeated by the Democrat-media complex was this one which was magically produced by the Associated Press just one day later:
"Arizona county election officials have identified fewer than 200 cases of potential voter fraud out of more than 3 million ballots cast in last year’s presidential election, further discrediting former President Donald Trump’s claims of a stolen election as his allies continue a disputed ballot review in the state’s most populous county."
In other words, never mind the devastating testimony given at the
senate hearing; “there are only 200 cases found” (and by implication,
the audit is a waste of time). The AP (“AgitProp”) was previously taken to task here.
They are part of the Democrat political machine and should be ignored
unless the goal is to understand the latest Democrat false narrative.
- 11,326 people who voted were not on the 11/7 voter rolls but were somehow listed in the 12/4 database
- 3,981 people who voted on Election Day were registered after 10/15, which is a violation of Arizona state law
- ~18,000 people voted on Election Day but were subsequently removed from the rolls
- 74,243 mail-in ballots were counted with no clear record of having been mailed out in the first place