“Kinda boring out here!” That was the hilarious conclusion of a reporter in Pima County, Arizona last year when F. Joe Biden and Kamala Harris arrived in Phoenix for a campaign event. It was October 2020, and the campaigns were in the home stretch. Yet as the Biden-Harris motorcade traveled to their scheduled stop in Tucson, not a single supporter showed up to see them. At a time when 10,000 people would line up in any city in America just for the chance to wave at Donald J. Trump – never mind the 60,000-70,000 who would show up for his rallies – not a single soul could drag themselves off the couch to greet F. Joe Biden and Kamala Harris.
A few days ago we learned about the “Pima County fish tail.” That was an election anomaly in which the voting pattern in Pima County suddenly switched to a massive Biden landslide after election workers kept county mail-in ballots that were pouring in late. The votes suddenly became heavily weighted for Joe Biden, turned the tide, and carried him to “victory.”
Multiple precincts in Pima County were found to have greater than 100% turnout. In talking about the fish tail, I conceded that Trump should have lost the very liberal Pima County by about 8 points – which would have still given him a statewide victory in Arizona. Crooked Hillary won Pima County by 13 points in 2016, which was still not a large enough gap to overtake Trump. If Trump has lost Pima County by 8 points in 2020, Arizona would have been a blowout for him (assuming there was no fraud in Maricopa County, which there was).
Instead, the mail-in ballots kept pouring into Pima County elections precincts for days and days, and Joe Biden reversed his sluggish turnout there to win by an absurd and impossible 20 points.
You’re probably at least vaguely familiar with Dr. Shiva Ayyadurai by this point. He’s the India-American scientist and served as the audit pattern analyst for the Maricopa County audit. Dr. Ayyadurai was the one who discovered the Pima County fish tail and has been doing further analysis of the numbers and patterns there. He has made another discovery of what certainly looks like brazen fraud in Pima County.
After Election Day, when the mail-in ballots kept pouring in, the voting pattern in Pima County switched. All of a sudden, 40% of Republican mail-in ballots were cast for F. Joe Biden.
Biden and Harris were such a couple of duds that they couldn’t get a single, solitary person to wave a sign for them on the street when they showed up in Phoenix, which is the largest city in Pima County. When Donald Trump held a rally in Bullhead City, Arizona in late October, an estimated 60,000 people turned out. The town only has a population of 40,000!
A second Trump rally in Goodyear – a suburb of Phoenix had an insane turnout as well. Thousands of people were already lined up at 5 a.m. for a rally that didn’t take place until about 2:30 in the afternoon. There were so many Arizonans at the Goodyear rally that the press could only describe it as “a large amount.”
But 40% of Republicans in Pima County, Arizona had a crisis of conscience and decided to vote for F. Joe Biden?
No. No, not even.
This is getting beyond absurd in Arizona at this point. One of the reasons why I hate mail-in voting so much is the signature matching on the envelopes. Your vote is not kept secret due to this, and it allows corrupt Democrat Party bureaucrats who work as election officials to rig the vote. But… in this case, that fact has been their undoing. We know that 40% of registered Republicans suddenly started “voting” for F. Joe Biden. That makes it easy to confirm that this was voter fraud.
The Arizona Attorney General can conduct a simple canvass of those Republican voters and ask whether they voted for F. Joe Biden. In just two or three days, if they uncover multiple examples in which Republicans’ votes were actually stolen and switched to F. Joe Biden, it’s time for handcuffs and decertification.
And if you’d like a trip down memory lane, here you go. You can almost feel the electricity crackling in the air during that Biden-Harris rally in Tucson a year ago. So much excitement: