According to the Arizona Republican Party, an audit of 100 sample ballots in Arizona found that there was a 3% margin of fraud in former Vice President Joe Biden’s favor.
The revelation came after a judge ruled in favor of a review of 100 random ballots to see if there was any evidence of fraud in the 2020 election.
“In today’s update, Chairwoman @kelliwardaz announces the findings from our investigation of 100 duplicate ballots, in which TWO votes were discovered to have been altered and removed from President @realDonaldTrump‘s total,” the Arizona Republican Party announced on Twitter.
President Trump reacted to the news on Twitter, saying, “In Arizona, it turns out that 3% of the votes cast in the 100 count vote sampling were tainted or worse. This would be, if carried forward, approximately 90,000 votes more than we would need to win the State. Now we were granted a much larger sample to work with. Wow!”
The findings from the investigation were so dramatic that a larger audit was then allegedly granted.
“The audit found: one Trump vote arbitrarily excluded. Another Trump vote struck and then fraudulently added to Biden. Total fraud averaging 3%. Biden margin of fraud less than .05%. Thus if 3% fraud rate remains on larger sample Trump easily wins Arizona,” said Republican congressman from Arizona Paul Gosar.
The situation in the state of Arizona appears to be heating up. During a hearing in the state on Monday, President Trump’s personal lawyer Rudy Giuliani and Trump campaign senior legal advisor Jenna Ellis appeared in front of Arizona state lawmakers to make their case of voter fraud in the 2020 election.
The first witness at the hearing was Retired Army Colonel Phil Waldron who detailed how secure Dominion voting machines are.
At one point, the crowd gasped after Waldron claimed that a Venmo account is more secure than voting with a Dominion system.
“Your vote is not as secure as your Venmo account,” Waldron said as the crowd gasped.
The hearing in Arizona was explosive to say the least. During Rudy Giuliani’s opening statement, the former New York City mayor went off which earned him cheers from people in the crowd.
“I’m gonna ask you to fight…” Giuliani said. “Your political career is worth losing if you can save the right to vote in America,” he added as the crowd errupted.
He continued, “At times in our history certain men and women have stepped forward and lost their political career to give us the rights that we have.”