Audit fever is coming to America. It appears that the Arizona model will be used if the states decide to have audits. Both Michigan and Pennsylvania elected officials have been invited to tour the process at the Arizona counting room.
Pennsylvania GOP official says that if they decide on an audit, they will use the Arizona program. Michigan would be a fun one to watch to see if there are absentee ballots with no folds in the paper.
There is also the possibility of an audit of Fulton County, Georgia.
There will be a hearing this month when Judge Amero will decide if the audit can be made.
But, just so you know, President Trump’s former legal advisor Jenna Ellis has said that even if the audits show that Trump won, he will not be reinstated to the presidency. Joe Biden could be the first president to serve without winning the election.
If Biden is allowed to remain president after the audits prove he lost, I think that would be a travesty.
At a minimum, they should hold a new election. It would destroy the myth that voter fraud is rare.
On Wednesday a contingent of lawmakers from Pennsylvania met with members of the Arizona GOP members of congress and then they toured the counting area to see how the audit is done.
They are calling it a fact-finding mission. I suspect no other state will agree to an audit unless they find the Arizona audit that Trump actually won. Because if they do, it will give them a valid reason for an audit.
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In December 2020, twenty-six Republican lawmakers in Pennsylvania submitted a resolution seeking to decertify their state’s election results, claiming proof of “substantial irregularities and improprieties associated with mail-in balloting.
Even if the Maricopa County, Ariz., audit and the Fulton County, Ga., audit both found enough fraud to change the results in those states, Joe Biden’s lead in the Electoral College would shrink to 279, and Trump’s Electoral College vote count would be 259—which would still not be enough to alter the results of the election. But, if an audit finds results-changing fraud in Pennsylvania, which the Trump campaign alleges happened, that would mean that Trump’s true Electoral College vote total in 2020 would have been 279, to Joe Biden’s 259. Unfortunately, this doesn’t mean that the 2020 election would be invalidated and Trump would assume the presidency again.