If I’m being perfectly honest, as much as I am tasked to monitor the news every day, I really don’t know what the current status is regarding the audit that took place in Maricopa County, Arizona.

We know that the Cyber Ninjas did their audit, or at least part of it. I never actually heard about that actually happening and I don’t know if they were ever able to look into the Splunk logs and routers or not.

But beyond that, I never see it reported anywhere and I never did hear about any criminal referrals, only threats of it.

Regardless, we’ve seen the results of the audit and some people claim that it proves it was fair and some people say it proves that it was not fair and that fraud occurred. This isn’t the post where I’m going to talk about all of that, but instead,  I want to bring to light more violations that were committed during the election in Maricopa County, Arizona.

In one video, a woman can be seen taking pictures of ballots in an area where electronic devices are not allowed. What is the purpose of her taking the photos?

In another video, it appears as though there are ballot envelope in a recycling bin. Why?

The woman can be seen once again digging through the recycling bin and pulling stuff out. The big question once again is why? Why are they being pulled out? How did they get there in the first place?

Well, we know that someone threw those in there and that is on video as well. Take a look.

Doesn’t it seem strange that so many irregularities and violations happened in the places where there was the greatest controversy over the election results? They seemed to mostly take place where President Trump held a huge lead and then was instantly overtaken as though a magic fairy godmother came along and waved her wand to but him over the top.


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

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