“Significant Discrepancies” Revealed in Maricopa Audit

The Maricopa audit is starting to reveal its findings.

We all expected to find inconsistencies.

Join The True Defender Telegram Chanel Here: https://t.me/TheTrueDefender

However, even we were taken aback by the scope and diversity of issues.

The Maricopa audit, according to political analyst and strategist Boris Epshteyn, reported irregularities of up to 17.5 percent.

According to these figures, Epshteyn believes it is “likely that Biden did not win Arizona.”

The Maricopa audit has been extended until June 30, 2020, due to the severity of the claims and the volume of evidence found.

Consider this…

Things were running smoothly when the audit started. In reality, the auditors expected to finish ahead of schedule.

However, since there are so many inconsistencies now, they want to take their time to double-check everything, so the audit will be extended by several weeks.

Here are more information on this shocking revelation:

The ongoing audit of ballots cast in Maricopa County, Arizona, has revealed “major differences” in the number of ballots cast versus the supposed number of ballots. Boris Epshteyn, a political analyst, adds that the disparities may be as high as 17.5 percent, and that it’s “probably Joe Biden did not win Arizona.”

The Arizona Senate President recently wrote to the Maricopa County Board of Supervisors, explaining the major problems already found in the audit and promising to resolve them without any subpoenas or forced action. According to Epshteyn on Steve Bannon’s podcast, “Pallet five, batch 2976, 200 pink slip gross, real total 165” is revealed in the text. Out of that batch, 35 ballots are missing.” “35 out of 100 is 17.5 percent,” he said. “10 out of 200 equals 5%.”

“Can you comprehend how surprising that is? It’s hard to believe there’s a 17.5 percent difference in a batch.” “In one, they have 18 more than there should be, which is a 9 percent discrepancy,” he continued. Again, we must have faith in elections if we are to have any confidence in elections.


Margaret Taylor

Experienced communications professional with 10 years of experience in international journalism.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Related Articles

Back to top button

Adblock Detected

For continue reading on the site please disable the Ad-block