An election-changing grassroots canvassing report published this week determined that nearly 270,000 votes cast in Maricopa County for the 2020 presidential election were either manipulated or missing.
After conducting interviews with more voters in Arizona’s contested county than the number of people that live in an average American city, the Maricopa County Canvass report authored by Liz Harris detailed “major” findings pertaining to the scale that voter fraud was committed.
Harris described the first bombshell finding during an episode of Steve Bannon’s “War Room” where she explained that more than a third of Arizonans canvassers interviewed indicated that they did vote, despite that there was no record of them doing so.
“34.23 percent of people that we had a record of not having voted said ‘What do you mean? I voted. Yes, I did.’ And that is one of our greatest findings,” Harris said on Wednesday. “Where did these votes go? And that’s why we’re calling these lost votes.”
The number of “lost” votes the report identified is 173,104, or the equivalent of nearly three Sun Devil stadiums, she added. “2.5 times that stadium is the number of people in Maricopa County whose votes were lost,” Harris said.
In addition to missing votes, the report also identified 96,389 “ghost” votes which are described as “mail-in votes that likely could not have been physically cast by the voter that the vote was registered to,” because of address changes.
“These voters did not have a secondary mailing address and were either unknown to the residents who lived at their voting address since September 2020 or were known but confirmed to not have lived at the residence since prior to the election, and often had not lived there for many years.”
The combined number of “lost” and “ghost” votes, as well as many more inaccurate votes were discovered by canvassers, brings the total vote discrepancies to 269,493 – and that’s just one county in the state of Arizona.
To put it in perspective, the statewide results of the 2020 presidential election were decided by a mere fraction of that with 10,457 votes. The state’s U.S. Senate election was decided by 78,886 votes.
Had the courts reviewed irregularities that arose during the November election at the time, the United States may have a different president today.
This bombshell Maricopa County Canvass Report is election-changing to say the least as it precedes the highly anticipated report for the county’s official election audit that was spearheaded by the state GOP. The audit findings are set to be released in the coming weeks.