(Headline USA) At a rally in Perry, Ga., on Saturday night, former president Donald Trump exposited on the results of the election audit in Arizona that exposed many examples of evidence of illegal voting at a hearing the day before.
National File reported:
The number of issues raised by the Arizona Audit exceeds the total number of votes President Trump would need to win Arizona.
The 45th President also noted that the audit had to be turned in while incomplete due to a successful legal campaign waged by the Maricopa County Board of Supervisors to keep control of routers used during the 2020 presidential election, at various points in defiance of a subpoena acknowledged as legal by the state’s attorney general.
“All of this was found without being given access to the routers, which county officials ruthlessly withheld. They didn’t want to give those routers under any circumstances, they had to be fought all the way.” President Trump explained, “They fought the Senate, they fought the Senate of Arizona, and the governor, Ducey, was horrible, he was missing in action, he was actually against it.”
“Nonetheless, the auditors discovered that millions of election related files were deleted during and after the election, in violation of federal law, including a purge of the “election management system’” software “the day before the audit began,” said President Trump.
The rewards of an early Donald Trump endorsement were on display Saturday in Georgia when a three-man ticket of candidates he’s backing in 2022 Republican primaries were featured at one of his signature rallies.
Trump was joined at the rally in Perry, about 100 miles south of Atlanta by three candidates he has endorsed, including Herschel Walker, who recently launched a Senate campaign.
Trump had urged the former football great to challenge Democratic U.S. Sen. Raphael Warnock.
In one of his first public appearances since entering the race, Walker on Saturday talked about his relationship with Trump, but also urged his listeners to “come together as a people” and not be upset with others “because they disagree with you.”
Also speaking was U.S. Rep Jody Hice, Trump’s choice against Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger.
Completing the trio is state Sen. Burt Jones, an early Trump supporter who pushed measures to overturn Biden’s Georgia win and is running for lieutenant governor.
Then there is the top Georgia Republican not on the Trump ticket — Gov. Brian Kemp.
Former Democrat Vernon Jones is openly courting Trump’s nod, but the former president has withheld his favor while Trump supporters have floated other possible candidates.
Trump’s scorn for Kemp was clear on Saturday as he sarcastically suggested that he would prefer Democrat Stacey Abrams to the incumbent governor.
Abrams narrowly lost to Kemp in 2018 and is considering whether to run again.
“Stacey, would you like to take his place? It’s OK with me,” Trump said.
Associated Press contributed to this report.