Arizona audit finds 86,391 voters have no identity match

by Vianca Rodriguez

Among several damning revelations from Friday’s hearing for the Maricopa County 2020 election audit results, is Cyber Ninjas’ finding that 86,391 votes in Arizona did not have an identity match.

The Maricopa County Forensic Election Audit Results Details report, conducted by Cyber Ninjas, cross-checked data from another commercial data source called Melissa Personator with the original “Final Voted File” (VM55) – the file that contained information of all of the individuals that voted in the 2020 presidential elections, The Gateway Pundit reported.

The report showed that more than 86,000 supposedly voting individuals were “found with no record in the database for either their name, or anyone with the same last name at the address in the VM55 file.”

Auditors could not access all original election ballots as requested via a subpoena submitted in January. Notwithstanding, the detailed report indicated that after utilizing Melissa Personator, a mix of both private and government data such as the U.S. Postal Service’s National Change of Address and the Social Security Administration’s Master Death List, tens of thousands of these voters have yet to be verified.

While it is possible to verify whether these people are actually “real,” the fact of the matter is that if it is this difficult to track someone’s identity down using a mix of state and federal database credentials as one typically does when they visit the doctor’s office, then there is a degree of legitimate suspicion.

Image captured from Cyber Ninjas’ “Maricopa County Forensic Election Audit Results Details” report.

An additional chart shows that of the 86,391 individuals lacking any records to prove their identities, more than 43 percent of them were registered as Democrats, 29.83 percent preferred “not to declare” their partisan status, and a 22.21 percent identified as Republican.

A mix of Democrat-affiliated voters with those that preferred not to declare either/or represent a total of 73.8 percent unknown voters, or 63,75 ballots.

If the Senate had subpoenaed successfully Maricopa County’s VRAS servers to determine if other issues besides hacking, such as non-citizen voter registrations, influenced the database, that “we might know a whole lot more,” according to Gateway Pundit.

Aside from confirmations last week showing that hundreds of thousands of voter discrepancies were discovered in the forensic audit of the Arizona 2020 election, more than 400,000 voter registration forms processed within the state also found no match with the Social Security Administration.

Recent discoveries and reports confirm what many have suspected all along, that foul play influenced the November 2020 election. What the state of Arizona will do with this newfound information is yet to be determined, but the attorney general appears to be taking steps to investigate.

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