After finding shredded ballots in Arizona the official's farm burned to the ground
Despite Biden's official victory in the 2020 election, evidence of massive fraud is still being sought. And so, when the Senate received a court order to hand over the ballots to them, thousands were found torn to shreds in a garbage can.
A strange circumstance in this case is that the Arizona Maricopa County Board of Supervisors (MCBOS) refused to hand over the ballots dropped in November for months, and as soon as they learned that the trial was lost, they immediately loaded more than 2 million ballots into a truck.
The Senate did not even have time to request ballots, since a decision had not yet been made where to store it all. Also, MCBOS kept all ballots in an unguarded room where anyone could enter.
A few hours after the ballots were found, the farm of one of the high-ranking officials burst into flames.
“Two barns were destroyed and an estimated 165,000 hens died Saturday in a fire at the Hickman’s Family Farms location in Arlington, about an hour west of Phoenix,” according to officials. “Firefighters responded to a report of the fire at the farm around 1 p.m. and were able to contain the second-alarm fire by about 4 p.m., said Sarah Mendoza, a spokesperson for Buckeye Valley Fire District.”
FIRST: Ballots In Arizona’s Maricopa County Found Shredded and In Dumpster – Days Before Senate Audit To Begin— Donald Velte, PhD (@DonaldVelte) March 7, 2021
AND THEN: After Finding Shredded Ballots in the Dumpster Earlier Today – A Mysterious Fire Breaks Out at Maricopa County Official’s Farm pic.twitter.com/V4ZpMQGgIE
According to official information, one person was injured in the fire.
Earlier, Arizona reported that the allegations of massive fraud were false, and to defend its position, hired two independent firms to conduct an audit. Later it turned out that both firms did not have accreditation to carry out such work.
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