Arizona AG Mark Brnovich has fired off a letter to the Secretary of State Katie Hobbs. I would not expect any results very soon because Hibbs is corrupt and has been trying to cover up voter fraud in Arizona.
If they really want action, they need to subpoena the documents they want and when she does not deliver, have her locked up. I’m sure the assistant SoS will be more cooperative unless they want to share a cell with Hobbs.
Between the auditors and the canvassers, they were able to find 700,000 questionable ballots.
Of course, most of those will be genuine but 12,000 votes are needed to swing the election to Trump.
Out of 700,000 questionable votes and only 2% of them need to be found bad for Biden to lose the state. I think it could be likely that tens of thousands of those ballots could be illegal.
The largest issue reported was related to early voting files which do not include early votes included in the final voted file. Cyber Ninjas found 86,391 ballots with no fingerprints.
The Arizona audit could not find an identity match on 86,391 people. This is disclosed on Page 56 of the “Results Details” report.
These Maricopa voters cast ballots in Nov 2020 and don’t seem to exist. The ones registered as Democrat or selected no party affiliation represent a whopping 73.8% of these unknown voters. That’s 63,757 ballots. Not selecting a party makes monitoring of nefarious registrations much harder as everything not R or D is bulked together as “Other”. Even the new State voter registration form now only has only 3 categories (R, D, Other) and some registration reporting reduced to similar.
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Cyber Ninjas found 57,000 issues with the ballots. Many of those problems must be verified after the Maricopa County Supervisors turn over the balance of the paperwork requested by the auditors will answer some questions they have with the various anomalies they have found on the ballots.
On Monday the Arizona Assistant Attorney General fired off a letter to the Arizona Secretary of State’s office demanding the registration list maintenance in Arizona. No word on if whether the list and explanations would be forth any time soon.