A letter from the President of the Arizona Senate to the Maricopa County Board of Electors reveals the incompetence, at best, and likely criminal destruction of evidence uncovered in Arizona’s current and only forensic audit of the 2020 presidential election.
Despite the over 70 Department of Justice lawyers assigned to challenge the audit, the process progresses steadily, with approximately 20 percent of the physical examination of the 2.1 million ballots completed. Yet to be included in the audit will be the re-canvassing of all mail-in votes to determine their legitimacy and forensic analysis of the data processed by Dominion voting machines using Smartmatic software.
Most compelling in the letter is the inquiry into missing internet routers that controlled and monitored data flow to and from the Dominion voting machines. The fact of the missing routers directly contradicts Dominion’s assertion that their devices could not be connected to the internet and suggests possible criminal destruction of evidence.
So far, discrepancies in ballot tabulation have been verified as high as 17.5 percent in some ballot batches, many times over the acceptable federal legal limits for error. Current estimates of the total number of invalid mail-in ballots that heavily favored Joe Biden range up to 350,000. Biden’s margin of victory was under 11,000 votes, raising the probability of a reversal of election results in the state in favor of Donald Trump.