Two months ago, the Arizona Audit of the 2020 election turned up seemingly forgotten about evidence of election mismanagement.
At this time, auditors had not definitively proven that Donald Trump won the 2020 general election, or even that there was widespread voter fraud.
But what these auditors had proven is that election workers were highly disorganized, negligent, and had failed to properly document the election as the law requires.
For example. 74,243 mail in ballots were allegedly found that had no record of having ever been sent out to a voter.
State law requires that when a mail in ballot is sent out, an EV-32 form is filled out indicating such.
Upon being received by the state, after being filled out an EV-33 form is meant to be filled out for the ballot. These 74,243 ballots were obviously received, but there were no EV-32’s.
The ballots seem to have just materialized in the hands of election officials. How could anyone prove that these ballots were legitimate or illegitimate?
These are game changing numbers, and there’s no way to prove that a real person cast these ballots without knocking on the doors of American citizens.
The auditors also found that boxes of ballots were disorganized and filed improperly, and not divided as the law requires.
While this does not absolutely prove fraud, it creates two plausible theories. A) officials have mismanaged the election, and likely have mismanaged elections in the past. This creates an environment where fraud is easy, and mistakes are made. Or B) The election was rigged, and a cover up was conducted.
At some point, one must ask themselves, what evidence is there that the election was NOT rigged?