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Demands Grow Louder for More Audits as Info Emerges Out of Battleground States

The audits aren’t necessarily trying to overturn the 2020 election as Democrats and the media scream. If the results show Biden won, then that’s it. But if the results show Trump won, if he isn’t reinstated, will there be a war? If voters don’t think the election is fair, choosing the next President may be at the point of a weapon. Trump won Florida. It’s all about whether the election was even on the level.

Properly done audits should prove the results

The problem is Democrats know they cheated. They’re scared of being found out. Some officials may be saying the election was fair to either keep their jobs – or their lives. State Rep. Anthony Sabatini, an unabashed supporter of Trump, saw the problems in Georgia and Arizona. He wanted Florida to join the list of audits.

Sabatini insisted, “A full forensic audit of the five counties must be done immediately. Florida voters’ confidence in our elections is at an all-time low. Disturbing revelations in Arizona, Georgia and other states make clear that the Secretary of State needs to do more than attempt to secure future elections. They must also look back and ensure that laws already on the books were followed in previous elections. This is not a partisan issue and is a necessary step in ensuring voter confidence in future elections.” This has been going on long enough, Sabatini thought it was time for election officials to be transparent.

Audits should clear the air

VoterGA found a number of irregularities and the Atlanta-Journal Constitution reported at least 200 ballots were counted twice. Even that little amount sent GA Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger into a fit. He wanted everybody fired for “continued failures” and “no accountability”. Mr. Raffensperger doesn’t like that this is moving forward at all.

In Arizona, Senate President Karen Fann may have done what she can led by Cyber Ninjas. She hired independent contractors to start working on their audit April 23. It was supposed to end May 14. The entities that don’t want the truth to be found out have been clogging things up in legal challenges.

Audits are continuing

In Pennsylvania. PA was a mess too. One good thing has come out of their audit so far. The machines should have never been used. Pennsylvania’s Secretary of the Commonwealth Veronica Degraffenreid forced Fulton County to not use those machines again. They were proven to not be secure after Wake TSI had access in December to look at the “election database, results files, and Windows system logs.”

Degraffenreid explained, “These actions were taken in a manner that was not transparent or bipartisan. As a result of the access granted to Wake TSI, Fulton County’s certified system has been compromised and neither Fulton County; the vendor, Dominion Voting Systems; nor the Department of State can verify that the impacted components of Fulton County’s leased voting system are safe to use in future elections.”

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