The mainstream media seems to have at least one mole inside the Maricopa County, Arizona audit. That’s the only explanation that makes sense as to why so many “damage control” articles were published about the audit last week, before the avalanche of state delegations started visiting the audit site. “Oh my gosh it will be a danger to democracy if this debunked conspiracy theory spreads and then other states start auditing their results because it will undermine faith in the system and people of color will DIE!”
That was the tenor of most of these damage control articles. And then lo and behold, the debunked conspiracy theory has spread mightily! As of Friday, 16 separate state delegations will have paid a visit to observe and learn about the audit process. Sixteen!
A lot of people are so stunned at the magnitude of the fraud on November 3, 2020, that their brains can’t accept the truth. They seem to think, “There could not have been fraud, because who would pull off that much fraud?” It’s easier for the mind to accept a pretty little lie than to accept a Big Lie such as the “Biden victory.” Fraud upsets the inherent sense of fairness that many people have inside them. It’s an easier road to accept fraud.
But I personally can never accept what happened that night. I’ve been obsessively watching and covering elections for far too long. I pay extra close attention to states that I have lived in previously, because I still have personal connections to people who live there. One of those states that I was watching closely on Election Night was Virginia.
At about 8:00 p.m. that night, I realized that we were not simply watching Donald Trump be reelected. We were watching something that was going to be truly special. Even though the media had called Virginia for Biden (Crooked Hillary won the state in 2016), Trump had pulled ahead by 170,000 votes. There weren’t enough ballots remaining in Virginia for Biden to make up the difference under a normal, organic, mathematical distribution.
I was convinced (based on hard numbers and math) that Trump had flipped Virginia back from a blue state to a red state – and we were about to watch an epic landslide. It was going to be Nixonian or possibly Reaganian in nature, although I didn’t really have my hopes up about Trump winning California.
The same situation was brewing in many additional states on Election Night. There weren’t enough existing ballots left to count in order for Joe Biden to win. By the time we all went to bed that night, Trump was not only leading in by insurmountable numbers in Pennsylvania, Michigan, Wisconsin and Arizona, but also in a number of traditionally blue states like Maine, Rhode Island, Colorado and possibly Oregon.
And then we all know what happened overnight. The magic Biden ballots started showing up. Pennsylvania was the most inexplainable state where this happened. Biden was trailing by 700,000 votes the night of the election. It was mathematically impossible for him to catch up to Trump. If you had the kind of “luck” that Joe Biden had on Election Night in a Vegas casino, two guys named Guido and Vinnie would drag you down to the basement for a chat that involves a pair of pliers and a blowtorch. That simply does not happen.
Thankfully, delegations from Alaska, Colorado, Georgia, Nevada, Pennsylvania and Virginia had all visited the Maricopa County audit by Thursday of last week. On Friday, an additional group of delegations from NINE other states paid the audit a visit!
By the time you read this, the hand recount portion of the audit in Arizona will be completed and they’ll have moved on to the next stage. It’s unclear at the moment whether the auditors will release any numbers just yet, or if they’ll wait to issue a final report in a few weeks.
Here’s the significance, however: The hand recount involves 2.1 million ballots in populous Maricopa County (that’s why it’s taking so darned long). If the number of ballots that they count doesn’t add up to 2.1 million, that’s it. That’s the first domino that will fall. If the number of recounted ballots comes up short by 10,000 to 20,000 ballots, it will be clear that the “official” results include phantom ballots that were invented by the machines.
And that’s when the 16 additional states that have sent delegations to the audit will start to take concrete action. If we prove fraud in one state, resulting in Arizona’s election being decertified, a bunch of other states will quickly follow.