The 2020 election results continue to be scrutinized in Arizona as evidence of fraud comes to light.
On Monday, an election integrity hearing was conducted where experts gave testimony on voting irregularities that are alleged to have taken place during the 2020 presidential election in Arizona.
Of the many bombshells to come out of that hearing was the reported finding that a canvas of 172 homes in Pima County found 62 early ballots where the voter was not a resident of the house, and 45 percent were potentially fraudulent. Also noteworthy is that only 52 percent of residents responded.
This shocking revelation joined a long list of potential fraud activity documented by witnesses at Monday’s hearing.
A state forensic audit of Pima County reported that two Pima County precincts had over 100 percent turnout with mail-in ballots in 2020.
Also, Pima County’s mail-in return rate was 15 percent higher than the 71 percent national average, and precincts reported a 92 percent mail-in return rate, an unfathomably high number.
Pima County joins Maricopa County as two Arizona counties that have had major allegations of voter irregularities.
Arizona state Rep. Mark Finchem, who has received President Trump’s endorsement for Arizona Secretary of State in 2022, called for a statewide audit.
Before Monday’s hearing, Finchem told Real America’s Voice that “The overriding thing that folks have to remember is elections belong to the people, they do not belong to the government.”
Arizona Republican Party Chairwoman Dr. Kelli Ward addressed the hearing’s findings and said, “At Arizona Republican Party, it is always about election integrity and America first.”
Recently, 186 state legislators from around the nation cited a Maricopa County audit to call for a national audit.
Citing the Maricopa County audit results as an example of potential fraud that could be found nationally, they wrote that, “It has come to our attention from an audit of 2.1 million ballots in Arizona complemented by an in-depth canvas of votes in Arizona, as well as through multiple different data reviews of voting by independent experts; that our representative republic suffered a corrupted 2020 election.”
The Arizona election audit that they are referring to found thousands of irregularities, including duplicate ballots, a chain of custody issues, failure to preserve data files, cybersecurity weaknesses, and ballot envelopes lacking signatures.
In response to the Arizona audit, Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich announced, “I will take all necessary actions that are supported by the evidence and where I have legal authority. Arizonans deserve to have their votes accurately counted and protected.”