The Maricopa County Elections Department admitted, in a 93-page response to the Arizona Senate’s forensic audit, that election workers double-counted ballots and let people vote twice in “exceptionally rare” instances, the Gateway Pundit reported.
#MaricopaCounty Releases “Analysis Of The Senate Inquiry” – Admits To Double-Counted Ballots And Double Voting
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“Our analysis found 37 instances where a voter may have unlawfully cast multiple ballots,” the Elections Department stated on page four.
“We have forwarded these instances to the Arizona Attorney General’s Office for further investigation,” it said. “We also found 50 instances in which a ballot was potentially double counted.”
The report, titled “Correcting the Record: Maricopa County’s In-Depth Analysis of the Senate Inquiry,” claimed that fewer than 100 illegitimate votes were cast out of 2.1 million.
“The November 2020 General Election was administered with integrity and the results were accurate and reliable,” the report stated. “The Elections Department followed all federal and state election laws.”
The corporate media falsely celebrated the audit’s findings as confirming President Joe Biden‘s victory.
Cyber Ninjas concluded that Maricopa County managed the election so poorly that the results should not have been certified.
Maricopa County accused Cyber Ninjas of lying and vice versa.
Cyber Ninjas said that Maricopa County deleted election files in violation of state and federal laws, connected their voting machines to the internet, and improperly registered voters, among other serious errors.
In total, Cyber Ninjas found nearly 58,000 compromised ballots in a state that Biden won by fewer than 11,000 votes, according to the state-certified totals.
The Maricopa County report disputed most of these errors, including the largest inaccurate category that Cyber Ninjas discovered: “Mail-in Ballot Voted from Prior Address,” which the team said comprised 23,344 illegitimate votes.
Maricopa County said Cyber Ninjas relied on “a third-party commercial database” to verify a voter’s address, while records from the County Recorder’s Voter Registration Database found zero illegitimate votes in this category.
“Our analysis found that Cyber Ninjas made faulty and inaccurate conclusions about more than 53,000 ballots in 22 different categories,” the report stated.
The Arizona State Senate sent the forensic audit’s findings to Attorney General Mark Brnovich, who’s also an Arizona Senate candidate, four months ago, but he has yet to act on them.