Maricopa County election fraud highlighted as some call for decertification of 2020

by Summer Lane

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Evidence of election fraud has been stacking up since 2020 in Maricopa County, Arizona. According to an official report from Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich, this “raises questions” about the validity of the election results in the 2020 presidential election race.

On Wednesday, Brnovich released a 12-page interim report that highlighted issues in Maricopa County regarding ballot handling, voter I.D., and vote-counting, according to a report from the Washington Examiner. Additionally, the report cited somewhere between 100,000 to 200,000 ballots were transported without the proper chain of custody procedures.

In October 2021, President Trump slammed the election processes in Arizona in an official statement made through his Save America PAC, calling it “a Fraud” and adding that the state “should decertify their Fake Election results immediately!”

President Trump is not the only person calling for the decertification of Arizona. Republican and Trump-endorsed gubernatorial candidate Kari Lake called for the decertification of the election results on Monday, citing the shocking numbers included in Brnovich’s newest report and fraud in Wisconsin.

“Decertify Wisconsin now. And Arizona!” she stated on Twitter.

Further, Brnovich’s report revealed several disturbing findings:

  • Multiple chain of custody procedure violations,
  • Refusal to cooperate with an investigation on the part of Maricopa County election officials,
  • Around $8 million in external funds and grants were used to fund vote-counting procedures – much of which was donated by Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg, who is being investigated in Michigan for potentially influencing election outcomes in 2020.

Proponents of election integrity, like Arizona Republican Sen. Wendy Rogers, have been calling on Bronvich to take action on the issue of election fraud for quite some time. Now, the latest report emphasizes the dubious election activity that occurred in November 2020 in Arizona – a state that Joe Biden claimed with barely over 10,000 votes.

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