I feel like I say this all the time, but you know as well as I do just how desperate the Democrats have been to prevent any forensic audit from taking place.

I don’t care what anyone says, there is only one reason that anyone would not want an audit to take place…they have something to hide.

Of all the years that I’ve worked in the food and drug industry, we had to go through audits by the FDA and other organizations. If you’ve ever had to go through anything similar at your job, then you know exactly why you don’t want them there.

Maybe sometimes you take shortcuts or don’t do something by the book because there is a better way. But the point is, there is something to hide, regardless of how serious or insignificant it is.

Arizona’s Secretary of State has been just as relentless as the rest of the Democrats to stop the audit at every single point that has been taking place in Maricopa County.

She has failed miserably in stopping the audit from taking place, but she’s not willing to just give up there. She’s got to find a way to continue with fraudulent elections, otherwise, Democrats will never win.

So what she’s done is put together a piece of trash election manual that would enable cheating like crazy.

A group known as EZAZ has examined the manual that she put together and they didn’t just find a few errors and problems with it, they found 170 of them!

To briefly list some of the problems that were found in the manual:

Neither the Manual nor the Statute requires a balance of volunteers from both parties. – This pertains to the volunteers who are present for voter registration. Not having a balance leaves room open for fraud.

“True Match” is not a defined term. Whereas, “soft match” and “hard match” are defined. – This means that she inserted language into the manual that is completely separate from the policies by using foreign terms that have no association to anything else.

There is no timeline required for the Secretary of State to comply with this section. – This pertains to “acquiring, sorting, and distributing registrant information received from Electronic Registration Information Center to the County Recorders”. When there is no timeline, there is no real obligation. I can just be done or not done whenever.

“Reasonable period” is not specific enough. This should be a fixed, specific time frame such as 30 days as an example. – She literally tried to just insert something as vague as “reasonable period”. I swear it’s like a middle schooler wrote this manual. How can people so incompetent be in such a position of power?

There are several more instances. You can see them all by visiting the EZAZ website.

Daniel

Daniel is a conservative syndicated opinion writer and amateur theologian. He writes about topics of politics, culture, freedom, and faith.

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