19,000 Ballots Found — Could Overturn Another Election

New evidence of election irregularities in the Nov. 2020 general election has been exposed and identified as an anomaly in Maricopa County, Arizona -because of the length of time after the election, the absentee ballots were added to the overall numbers.

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It is important to remember that Joe Biden ‘won’ the state with 10,457 more votes than Donald J. Trump, and Fox News called the state for Biden- just one hour after the polls closed, setting off a chain of events that would catapult Biden into the White House and leave Americans completely disenfranchised, with no remedy to the obvious concerns of fraud.

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And now we find out that ballots were going to come in for the next seven days in that state that were over and above the number they claimed Biden won.

Check it out-According to the analysis of rejected ballots nationwide:

In 2020, voters cast 70,550,699 absentee/mail-in ballots in the general election. Of these, 560,177 (0.8%) of were rejected. By comparison, absentee/mail-in ballot rejection rates in 2018 and 2016 were 1.4% and 1.0%, respectively.

The rejection rates are totally wrong across the country.

Turnout and absentee/mail-in data are based on the U.S. Election Assistance Commission’s (EAC) annual “Election Administration and Voting Survey”. Percentages were calculated by Ballotpedia.

All states in 2020 allowed for some form of absentee/mail-in voting, which allows voters to cast a ballot outside of in-person voting on Election Day. Many states implemented adjusted policies regarding absentee/mail-in voting in 2020 in response to the coronavirus pandemic. Consequently, political pundits and other observers estimated that 2020 would see historic rates of absentee/mail-in voting and, similarly, increased rates of absentee/mail-in ballot rejection.

So they turned off all of the safeguards for corrupt absentee ballots. But they especially were lenient in AZ.

Here is where it is super curious:

Arizona Law requires that to be considered valid, ballots must be received by the county no later than 7 p.m. on Election Day- but that is not what happened in AZ.

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In the state, there were numerous curious details about how absentee ballots were treated. A 2020 report talks about people getting ballots who did not request them.

And the ballots kept coming in for days after the election, apparently.

The Epoch Times reported on the most recent report:

Newly uncovered records documenting the Maricopa County show that while more than 20,000 ballots were transported from the U.S. Postal Service after Election Day, Maricopa County only rejected 934 late ballots in its “Early Voting Rejections Summary” document. This means more than 19,000 late, invalid ballots should have been rejected.

But they weren’t.

The Early Voting Rejections Summary is just one of the documents telling the story.

There is more: County documents were obtained by Verity Vote, a group of citizen volunteers with data research and investigation backgrounds who have been investigating the 2020 election results throughout the country. Verity Vote recently released a report detailing this same investigation.

From document requests, they found that Maricopa County made a ‘Receipt of Delivery’ for dates spanning Oct. 13 to Nov. 6, 2020.

“From that collection of documents, Verity Vote noticed that documents from Nov. 4, 2020—the day after the election—were missing. Verity Vote requested Maricopa County provide the Receipt of Delivery for that day, first with a few phone calls, then with written requests. It should have been a simple request because all the other dates were already public. But this request went to a county attorney,” The Epoch Times reported.

According to the group, the Nov. 4 Receipt of Delivery shows that 18,000 ballots were picked up from the Post Office the day after the Nov. 3 election.

The county also documents receiving 1,000 ballots on Nov. 5 and 1,500 ballots on Nov. 6. Combined with the 18,000 ballots found on Nov. 4, the total documented late ballots were 20,500.

A letter from County Recorder Stephen Richer, responding to Verity Vote’s document request, indicated that the Nov. 4 receipt the county provided is not the only receipt for ballots the county received that day.

“This document does not represent the complete universe of Maricopa County inbound receipt delivery forms from Nov. 4, 2020. We cannot be certain, but we believe that the remainder of these forms were transferred to the treasurer’s office to be stored and sealed with ballots,” Richer wrote. If so, it indicates there are more mailed ballots that were not counted in the Early Voting Rejections Summary, and presumably would have been counted in the results.”

Another anomaly is the number of ballots collected Nov. 4, compared to other surrounding days.

Voters were instructed to mail ballots by Oct. 27 to be sure their ballots arrived on time. By Oct. 30, the number of ballots coming by mail dropped sharply but then spiked the day after the election.

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On Oct. 28, the county received 58,500 ballots from the post office, then:

Oct. 29: 14,500
Oct. 30: 10,500
Oct. 31: 6,000
Nov. 1: 1,500
Nov. 2: 1,000
Nov. 3: 2,500—Election Day. In order to be counted and valid, the ballot must be received by the county no later than 7 p.m.
Nov. 4: 18,000 late, invalid ballots
Nov. 5: 1,000 late, invalid ballots
Nov. 6: 1,500 late, invalid ballots
Yet Maricopa County rejected just 934 ballots for lateness.

“Maricopa County responded to The Epoch Times’ request for comment with an email promising the communications director in its Elections Department would “reach out.” The Epoch Times will report when they do,” The Epoch Times reported.

Arizona has 11 electoral votes. In the final tally, Biden had 74 more electoral votes than Trump, according to the official record at the National Archives.