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Arizona State Sen. Wendy Rogers is renewing her calls for recalling Arizona’s electors and decertifying the state’s 2020 presidential results after preliminary audit results and a private canvass show concerns.

“Do we need any more evidence to finally recall the electors and decertify the election,” she asked. “Preliminary audit results and a private canvass. More evidence is coming, but I already have seen enough. History will judge us well when we finally get 2020 right.”

Seth Keshel sent Rogers some statistics from the private canvass, which focused on two precincts fully and large sections of precincts throughout Maricopa County.

According to the stats, 173,104 votes were lost or stolen, which suggests a “large swap-out, discarding or over-scrutinization of votes.”

“Perhaps why it took 10 days to finalize election in Arizona,” the tweet says.

There were 96,389 nonexistent voters with votes recorded. They also claim the voting method isn’t matched with the official record — meaning did not vote but vote recorded or voted in person but mail-in vote recorded instead.

Overall, the belief is 299,493 votes were impacted.

“And this is the low-end estimate,” the tweet thread says. “Conclusion: election in Maricopa must be decertified.”

This slide shows the amount of net new votes in Maricopa County for the Republican (red) and Democrat (blue).

So, Barack Obama received nearly 100,000 new votes in Maricopa County in 2008. According to Keshel’s research, Biden received well over 300,000 new votes after Hillary Clinton had a modest gain in line with John Kerry’s (2004) and Obama’s (2008).

Keshel concluded that “several hundred thousand votes in Arizona don’t really belong.”

“The DOJ doesn’t want a canvass because it proves the fraud decisively,” Rogers added. “Never forget that Fox News and Bret Baier called Arizona for Biden before even a sliver of the votes were even counted.”

 

Author: Jacob Hall