Jovan Pulitzer, who aided in the audit of Maricopa County, has announced that the preliminary report will be delivered on Friday and it will go off like a nuclear bomb.
We have been subject to rumors of all sorts, but if Pulitzer is correct, the proof will be revealed tomorrow.
I have been saying for a while now that when the Arizona results come in and they do prove voter fraud of some sort, it will give authorities in other states a reason to doubt the results of their own election. That will strengthen their resolve to forensically audit the ballots in their states.
It would make it more difficult to smear those audits, but believe me when I say they will try because they will.
There have been rumors that there were many fewer votes than the 2.1 million votes reported by the county. There have been rumors of ballots with the wrong paper.
There are rumors that there were many double voters. There have been rumors that ballots were run through the machine multiple times, which could explain why there are fewer ballots than there were votes counted. But, at this time it is only conjecture. We have to wait for actual proof.
During a discussion with Jim Hoft of the Gateway Pundit on his “Tomorrow’s News Today” show and he revealed two things:
One: Jovan told Joe Hoft the Arizona forensic audit report will be delivered to the Arizona Senate on Friday.
Two: Jovan Pulitzer told Joe Hoft this morning the results of the audit will be earth-shattering!
One other interesting item is whether or not there were countless ballots only marked for president, which would be suspicious or whether it also affected the two Senate races.
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Using a little simple math on the CNN website shows that 3,333,829 votes for President. There were 3,354,128 votes in the Senate race between Martha McSally and Mark Kelly. Basically, the same number so we can toss the notion that there were a lot of ballots marked only for the president.
If that is the case, McSally could have possibly won her election if enough votes get tossed out or never existed in the first place.McSally lost by 78,806 votes, so it would be much more difficult, but not impossible that McSally won.