The Gateway Pundit asked a pertinent question yesterday.
Arizona Audit Would Be FINISHED Already If Maricopa County Complied – Why Are They Stalling?!
What follows is pure speculation.
Getting out of the country is fast, easy. Buy a ticket, get on the plane, and go.
Getting out with your assets intact and accessible takes a lot more time. I can imagine a lot of account activity at financial institutions handling the Board of Supervisors’ assets. Accounts closed out, money shifting through various shells… It takes time.
Moving on to a related report:
Arizona Senate Conducting New Count of Maricopa County Ballots
The ballots cast in Arizona’s largest county in the 2020 election will be counted for a third time on orders from the state’s Senate.
Nearly 2.1 million ballots submitted in Maricopa County for the presidential contest were tabulated, as normal, by election officials. They were recounted by hand by audit teams hired by the Arizona Senate in a process that was completed late last month.
Now the Senate will do its own recount that will provide a number to compare to those from the county and from the auditors.
We’ve heard unofficial, and anecdotal, reports that the auditors were finding significant discrepancies in the number of ballots documented as being in boxes and the number of ballots actually found in them.
That the Senate is buying more gear to do their own third count of the physical ballots implies the discrepancy is real, and pretty bad. Sounds as if the Senate is getting their ducks in a row.
Just remember this magic number: 2,089,563
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