Every rock that you turn over when it comes to the 2020 election has something ugly underneath it. You would think by now, after the release of the Dinesh D’Souza/True the Vote documentary “2,000 Mules” that there’s nothing left to uncover. But you’d be wrong. New facets of the scheme continue to be uncovered on a routine basis.
We’ve just learned from the group Verity Vote that a large batch of mail-in ballots in Maricopa County, AZ arrived too late to be legally counted – and they were counted anyway.
This is new data on the theft of the 2020 election that no one else has uncovered. The forensic audit missed it. The Arizona Attorney General somehow “missed” it in his “investigation.” And it was a separate type of fraud from what True the Vote was uncovering.
For those who been keeping track, Joe Biden’s fake margin of victory in Arizona was 10,457 votes – the narrowest margin of any state in the 2020 election. Verity Vote has found that 20,000 ballots arrived late and after the legal deadline in Arizona. Those votes were counted in the official election total – even though this should not have happened.
This matches the template in every state where we had problems in the 2020 election. We’re watching it unfold in Pennsylvania right now, in the Senate Republican primary. What these cheating states and counties do is say, “We’re going to count the mail-in ballots last!” Why do they do this?
The next thing that they do is pause the counting. This buys them some time to figure out how many ballots they need statistically before initiating the steal. Then the mail-in ballots just “show up” way after the deadline and (surprise!) it always swings the election in favor of the Democrat Party. They’ve been doing this since at least the time in 2008 when they stole a US Senate seat in Minnesota for Al Franken.
Now that Pennsylvania is headed to a recount, don’t be surprised if the Trump-endorsed Mehmet Oz’s 1,000-vote lead evaporates after a big box of mail-in ballots materializes out of thin air.
But back to Maricopa County. Believe it or not, this is the third time that Verity Vote has uncovered rock solid proof of fraud that was wholly unique and separate from what the auditors found.
Previously, Verity Vote found 56,000 ballots had been declared undeliverable in Maricopa County. The postal service could not find a valid address or had other problems with those live ballots. So, the ballots were delivered back to the County Recorder’s Office. Then they vanished.
These were basically BLANK BALLOTS that the Recorder’s Office somehow lost control of. There’s no chain of custody on them and they just dropped off the face of the planet. We all know what really happened. The ballots likely ended up at the offices of Democrat Party NGOs where they were filled out, signatures were forged on them, and then ballot traffickers just like the ones uncovered on “2,000 Mules” delivered those forged ballots to drop boxes.
Here’s the real problem in that case. The ballots vanished. Those live ballots that were intended for voters are legally considered “election materials” under the law. All election materials related to a federal election are supposed to be preserved for 22 months after Election Day. The Recorders Office admits they did not retain those election materials. They broke the law. And no one in law enforcement has done anything about it.
Verity Vote was also the group that uncovered 740,000 ballots in Maricopa County that had no valid chain-of-custody documentation. Even if those votes were legally cast, they should have been declared invalid in the 2020 election. No one knows what could have happened to those ballots during transit. That’s why you’re supposed to keep meticulous chain-of-custody documents.
Oh, and in a weird side note, Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich only found about 200,000 ballots missing chain of custody during his “investigation.” He was only off by about 540,000 ballots. Great work, Sherlock! And way to not prosecute anyone for elections crimes in your state.
Congrats to Verity Vote for uncovering a completely new aspect to the fraud in Maricopa County.