AZ Crowd Goes Wild As Trump Declares The 2020 Election Was The ‘Most Corrupt, Dishonest & Unfair Election’ in American History

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Speaking at a Turning Point Action event in Arizona, 45th U.S. President Donald Trump declared on Saturday that the 2020 election was ‘the most corrupt, dishonest and unfair election in the history of our country.’

“Everyone here fully understands the 2020 election was a total disgrace. It was the most corrupt,” Trump said before his crowd of supporters cut him off as they erupted into cheers and “Trump Won!” chants.

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The former President went on to highlight some of the following bombshell findings that were disclosed by Maricopa County auditors at a recent state senate hearing in Arizona:

* Thousands of duplicated ballots did not have a serial number as required by state statute. Without those serial numbers it is ‘impossible’ to match the original ballot to the duplicate.

* Forensic data expert Bob Cotton stated that the Maricopa election system has not been updated with security updates since August of 2019, which is when the Dominion software was originally loaded on voting machines. Cotton also revealed that the administrator passwords to the election management system (EMS) were identical in all of the machines and were not updated since August of 2019.

* According to written records, there were about 74,000 mail-in ballots that were received by the county but there is no record that they were ever sent out.

*Records also indicate there were roughly 4,000 people who voted on election day but were not registered until after the October 15th deadline, while 18,000 people were shown to have voted on election day but then purged from the county’s voter rolls right after the election.

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“We will stand up for democracy and for justice We will fight for truth, transparency and accountability,” Trump later proclaimed during his speech. “And we will not stop until we have restored our American birthright of honest fair and free elections.”