Still believing strongly, as I do, in electoral democracy—unlike all too many of my former allies in the struggle to reform our voting system, since they apparently care only about getting Democrats (ostensibly) elected—I’m sharing what I deem important news about the vote in Maricopa County, Arizona. (There’s plenty more about last year’s election that I should be sharing, but I only have two hands!)
I shouldn’t have to say, but probably do, that I have zero use for Donald Trump, though I respect those fellow-citizens who voted for him, and only wish he hadn’t sold them out, along with all the rest of us (by joining the pro-“vaccination” propaganda chorus, and saying not a word about the 600+ Americans still languishing in federal prison after the “attempted coup” on January 6th). But that betrayal has come as no surprise to me, knowing what he’s all about, and always has been all about, which is himself.
But that’s beside the point, which is that those of us who really are committed to electoral democracy can’t just blow off the evidence of any stolen race, even if we’re pleased with the result. (That anybody could be pleased to have Joe Biden as our president is staggering to me, but that’s another story.)
Jovan Pulitzer Releases Video Describing 300,000 14th Amendment Violations in Maricopa County, Arizona
By Joe Hoft
Published December 8, 2021
We’ve reported on the nearly 700,000 ballots in Maricopa County with issues that were identified from the Maricopa County audit and estimated from canvassing efforts outside of the audit.
BREAKING: THE LIST – Nearly 700,000 Maricopa County Ballots Identified with Issues from the Audit and Separate Canvassing Work to Date
We determined that nearly 700,000 ballots in Maricopa County have issues as identified during the recent audit and canvassing of the county. These issues are not likely mutually exclusive but give a very good indication that the 2020 Election in Arizona was full of hundreds of thousands of invalid ballots. We’ve put together our updated … Continue reading