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Former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani made a slew of explosive comments this week about the audit taking place in Maricopa County, Arizona.
During an interview with Steve Bannon on The War Room, Giuliani said the fraud in Arizona is indisputable and that he believes similar evidence will be found in Georgia and Pennsylvania.
Bannon asked: “Mike Pence has flatlined his political career. You stood tall in the breach. Tell us, given where we started, where we are today with this now exploding all over the country, how do you think we’re doing and where do you think this heads?”
“Well, I think Arizona is going to be, you can’t really dispute it, the numbers and the categories are sufficient to really change the election,” Giuliani said.
“I mean we’re talking about at least 200,000, it’s probably going to be more, illegal votes, clearly illegal. You got 60,000 or 70,000 that we always thought were there, pieces of paper, that are not official paper. That’s going to be true in Georgia. That’s going to be true big-time in Pennsylvania,” Giuliani added.
Georgia Speaker of the House David Ralston is calling for a forensic audit after the “explosive” revelations coming out of the battleground state.
Ralston specifically called for the Georgia Bureau of Investigation to investigate the possibility of fraud in the 2020 election.
Ralston cited the “mounting evidence” in Fulton County as the reason for the investigation.
Almost 200 duplicate ballots were found in Fulton County, Georgia, last week by a major voting group.
Digital scans of ballots made public under Georgia’s new voting law show that nearly 200 ballots, including a write-in vote for rap artist Kanye West, were initially scanned twice last fall before a recount, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reported.
The discovery of identical ballots was brought to light by a group of voters called VoterGA, which is seeking to prove that the election was fraudulent.
VoterGA said they found evidence of “massive” fraud in Fulton County after reviewing ballot data.
The group says the claims are based on a VoterGA data team’s analysis of Fulton’s mail-in ballot images.
In Arizona, Cyber Ninjas CEO Doug Logan testified last week that the auditors reported 74,000 ballots that were received and included in the 2020 Election in Maricopa County than were mailed out.
Logan said they found 74,243 mail-in ballots with no clear record of them ever being sent.
Logan stated that the standard of verification for mail-in ballots dropped considerably as the volume of the ballots increased.
Logan claimed that Maricopa County is withholding mail-in ballot images that can be used as evidence.
Logan also said there were 11,326 individuals who did not show up on the version of the voter rolls prepared the day after the election but did show up on the Dec. 4 list as not only being registered but having voted.
And he said there were nearly 4,000 people listed as registering to vote after the cutoff on Oct. 15.