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Sharpie Controversy Leads GOP Outrage over Ariz. Voter Suppression, Fraud

'Arizona wtf you doing?'

President Donald Trump’s campaign remained confident that media who prematurely called Arizona for Democrat challenger Joe Biden would be forced to dial back those claims when all votes were tallied.

“When we look at Arizona, we believe that President Trump will win somewhere in the neighborhood of 30,000 votes,” Stepien said in a call with reporters, according to Mediaite.

“We think anyone who’s called this race is just plain wrong, that they don’t understand how this state works with the ballots that are coming in, and they don’t understand the dynamic that our people were voting on Election Day,” he added.

As with other tossup states where ambiguous results have clouded the election and ruined the possibility of a decisive, non-contested victory for either candidate, allegations of nefarious vote-fraud shenanigans were beginning to emerge.

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In Glendale, for example, 18 stolen ballots were found under a rock, according to local authorities.

But the biggest outrage on Wednesday concerned voters in Maricopa County who were given Sharpies to mark their ballots.

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Many voters reportedly registered their confusion and concern over the move—and rightfully so as calls surfaced for those votes in the GOP-heavy district to be invalidated.

Arizona’s attorney general, Mark Brnovich said he was seeking answers from the election officials in the county.

Brnovich also directed Arizona citizens who wished to register a complaint over election integrity matters to submit an online form via the AG’s website.

Despite the humiliating failures that left-wing media faced in forecasting the election, many were right back at it on Wednesday, continuing to spread disinformation to deny GOP concerns of voter suppression while downplaying concerns in other blue states about the vote fraud as Democrat election officials sought to erode and reverse Trump’s election night victories by coming up with new, late-arriving and often dubiously marked absentee ballots.

Twitter was leading the way in suppression efforts, having removed or censored many of the Republican allegations in order to prevent their spread.

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