The Arizona Official Audit Shows 57,000 Ballots With Issues/ Arizona Must Decertify It’s 2020 Presidential Election

The official results of the 2020 Arizona Presidential has been reported and it’s very problematic of too many discrepancies which has left much doubt that Joe Biden did in fact win Arizona. To mention a few reasons to decertify, 57,000 ballots with issues; over 17.000 duplicate votes; “4,292 Scribbled signatures, blanks; 173,104 lost votes, are those votes where people voted but their votes were discarded; 96,389 ghost votes are those votes cast by someone other than the voter assigned to the vote; dead voters accounted for a significant number of these anomalies; they lied of the fact that the machines were not connected to the internet when in fact they were.   

The following was posted by Joe Hoft, published by Gateway Pundit: “Below is a draft of the final report provided by Byrne.”  

“This report shows In the 2020 presidential election, the margin of victory was only 10,457 votes, a small fraction of the 57,734 ballots with known issues. Again, this is almost 6 times the margin of victory in the Presidential race and is multiples of the margin of victory in other races. Based on these factual findings, the election should not be certified, and the reported results are not reliable.”  

My understanding is that there are thousands from across the United States asking for the decertification of the Arizona Presidential election from China Joe Biden to President Donald Trump and all I will say to the Trump haters, Trump who put America first instead of a socialist nation like the Biden regime is attempting to do this is not over and before this is all over there will be six states flipped from Biden to Trump and may it take as long as it takes! 

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