Arizona counters working hard to find signs of fraud in ballot audit
The recount of over 2.1 million ballots in Arizona is well under way. The counters were divided into several groups in order to simultaneously cover several types of verification and counting of ballots.
According to reports from forensic experts, several hundred thousand envelopes and ballots in the Grand Canyon State were examined with ultraviolet light.
Just In: ????Maricopa County Update It Appears Election Workers Were Searching For Specific Watermarks On The Ballots Using Ultra Violet Light.. Arizona Forensic Audit Continued At The Veterans Memorial Coliseum In Downtown Phoenix, Arizona pic.twitter.com/PYPPEjJScI— J̵̟̦̲̞̭̱̀̈́͑̄̇̈́̚͝ustice (@The_Justice7) April 24, 2021
The Democrats tried to block the recount of ballots, but greed did not allow them to resist the court decision. Earlier, the court ordered to pay a penalty of $ 1 million to compensate for losses if the Democrats' arguments are inconclusive.
The Arizona Republican Party has commented on the court ruling.
Make your voice heard. Support our work to keep the forensic audit on track and to fight the Democrat efforts to undermine the audit’s credibility:https://t.co/rvR9tbB4pH— Arizona Republican Party (@AZGOP) April 25, 2021
Opponents of the vote recount argue that the company hired to conduct the audit has no relevant experience.
CRAZY TIMES at the Arizona Coliseum... No, really...— Nathaniel Reed (@ReedReports) April 26, 2021
Inside the arena, an audit of Maricopa County’s millions of ballots ordered by State Senate R’s, being conducted by a firm with no experience leading an election audit.
Outside: the ‘CRAZY TIMES’ carnival setting up for Thurs pic.twitter.com/gQ5RiGpWLu