AZ’s Secretary of State Katie “Presto” Hobbs rivals Houdini. With her partisan sleight of hand, Biden’s lead magically bounced back to 10,377
With a headline befitting a report of this magnitude, it’s clear to see why the site is known for the tagline: “Where hope finally made a comeback.” If you have doubts about the legitimacy of the Arizona election results, read BREAKING: Ballot Count Upload Error in Arizona — Over 6,000 False Biden Votes Discovered.
Then ask yourself how Arizona Republicans managed to retain Congressional District 4 (Paul Gosar); Dist 5 (Andy Biggs); Dist. 6 (David Schweikert); and Dist. 8 (Debbie Lesko) by substantial margins, as well as regain the Maricopa County Assessor’s office from a democrat with a victory by Republican Stephen Richer. Republican Allister Adel, appointed to fill the vacancy at the Maricopa County Attorney‘s Office, also won her first election. State Treasurer Kimberly Yee and Attorney General Mark Brnovich are both Republicans, as is Gov. Doug Ducey, who is serving his final term. Republicans have retained their majorities in the Arizona state House and Senate.
It’s difficult to believe Republicans voters would mark their ballots for these and other Republican candidates and then inexplicably switch to Joe Biden.
Gateway Pundit notes, “The error gave Biden more votes than he is currently ahead by. It seems all of these errors end up working to the benefit of one side.” Joe Biden’s lead in Arizona dropped from 10,377 votes to 4,202 after a machine error was discovered on Tuesday.
Katie Hobbs, the democrat Secretary of State tweeted the error was from a faulty upload from Greenlee County, which showed 22,110 votes — but should have been 3,723, claiming it was temporary and has now been corrected.
Presto Hobbs rivals Houdini. With her sleight of hand, Biden’s lead magically bounced back to 10,377.
Questioning the authenticity of the presidential results is not just the purview of tinfoil hat wearers. A recent Reuters/Ipsos opinion poll reported that over half of Republicans questioned whether Biden rightfully won the Nov. 3 election. According to the Arizona Secretary of State’s final tabulation President Donald Trump had 1,661,685 votes (49.06%) and Joe Biden had 1,672,143 (49.36%). The Libertarian candidate’s slim 51,465 vote totals (1.52%) facilely skewed the reported numbers to Biden.
With these as facts, is it any wonder Arizona voters join skeptical voters across America?