PHOENIX — An Arizona court ordered a limited audit of 100 ballots to determine the presence of fraud. The review, conducted by the Arizona GOP, revealed that on average, three percent of ballots cast were fraudulent.
The investigation found that one Trump vote was arbitrary excluded while another Trump vote was changed from Trump to Biden. As a result, the court ordered a larger audit is needed.
Although the sample size of the audit was small, if the three percent rate of fraud remains in the larger audits, more than enough ballots will be called into question to overturn Arizona’s 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. pic.twitter.com/6Dg9zd2XGd— Arizona Republican Party (@AZGOP) December 2, 2020
1. This 3% came from a court ordered review of 100 random ballots to see if there was fraud. Now that 3% of the ballots were deemed fraudulent a larger audit will be ordered. https://t.co/19X5CdCSuV— Paul Gosar (@DrPaulGosar) December 3, 2020