(Jacob Bruns, Headline USA) According to a recent report from the Republican Party’s roving attorneys who witnessed the Election Day fiasco in Maricopa County, voter fraud in Arizona is much more widespread than previously believed, Just the News reported.
The problems that had been made apparent on election day are now being analyzed in a more thorough manner, and the results are not good.
Predictably, most of the problems have to do with the ballot machines.
Mark Sonnenklar was one of nearly a dozen attorney with the Republican National Committee’s Election Integrity program keeping eyes on Arizona after its suspicious irregularities in the 2020 election.
Of the 115 polling locations that they visited, 72 “had material problems with the tabulators not being able to tabulate ballots,” Sonnenklar reported, “causing voters to either deposit their ballots into Box 3, spoil their ballots and re-vote, or get frustrated and leave the vote center without voting.”
The report also noted that the tabulators rejected ballots at absurd rates, and in some polling places, nearly every ballot was rejected.
“In many vote centers, the tabulators rejected the initial insertion of a ballot almost 100% of the time, although the tabulators might still accept that ballot on the second, third, fourth, fifth, or sixth attempt to insert the ballot,” it said.
Other ballots would not be accepted, regardless of how many times they were run.
Sonneklar said county officials, in many instancesm failed to report the numerous problems that were coming up throughout the day.
His findings “directly contradict the statements of County election officials that (1) printer/tabulator issues were limited to only 70 of the 223 vote centers, (2) the printer/tabulator problems were resolved as of 3:00 p.m., and (3) the printer/tabulator issues were insignificant in the entire scheme of the election.”
This should come as no surprise considering that Arizona was one of the swing states in the election, with Republican gubernatorial hopeful Kari Lake and senatorial candidate Blake Masters both allegedly losing their races after more than a week of protracted ballot-counting.
Fortunately for Republicans, Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich has opened up an official investigation, though one should not be too hopeful given Brnovich’s false promises in the aftermath of the last election.
Former President Donald Trump commented on the recent revelations in a statement Tuesday, alongside a link to a Daily Caller article.
“This Election was a disgrace, everything was geared by Republicans toward Election Day and then, when it finally came around, the Republican machines were systematically broken,” Trump wrote. “They should at minimum redo the Arizona Election.”