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Bombshell: Democrats EXPOSED Following Major Discovery Of 19,000 Invalid Ballots In This Major Swing State…


Major League Baseball has the fans vote annually for the players they want to see in the All-Star game. This year’s game was played on Tuesday, July 19th. Fans had to submit their votes no later than 2 P.M. on July 8th. Voting ended there. No questions asked.

The NBA All-Star game balloting had an even tighter window for fans to vote for the players they deemed worthy of an all-star bid. Basketball fans had from January 28th at noon eastern standard time through February 16th act 11:59 P.M. eastern standard time to submit their ballots.

The late John Lewis once said, the right to vote is the most powerful non-violent tool in a democratic society. A nation can’t be democratic if the citizens of that nation don’t have the right to vote. Because voting is so crucial to freedom, people should know it is free and secure.

You can’t have free and secure elections if the voting rules change all the time and election officials don’t follow the rules. During the 2020 Presidential Election, Arizona’s mail-in ballot rules defined it clearly.

The Epoch Times reported Arizona law requires that to be considered valid, ballots must be received by the county no later than 7 p.m. on Election Day.

Mail-voting ballots were coming in consistently to the various counties throughout the state. Everything was going as expected. As the elections neared, the voting began to trail off. Nothing unusual. Most people got their votes in early because the law required it.

In Maricopa County, they received the following number of ballots per day during the election cycle.

On Oct. 28, the county received 58,500 ballots from the post office, then:

Oct. 29, 14,500

Oct. 30, 10,500

Oct. 31, 6,000

Nov. 1: 1,500

Nov. 2, 1,000

November 3rd, 2020 was Election Day. Arizona law requires any mail-in ballot to be received no later than 7 PM Anything coming in after 7 PM is no longer valid and is not allowed under state law. The following numbers have been reported in Maricopa County after 7 PM on Election Day.

Nov. 4, 18,000 late, invalid ballots

Nov. 5, 1,000 late, invalid ballots

Nov. 6, 1,500 late, invalid ballots

According to the Gateway Pundit, Maricopa County only rejected 934 ballots for lateness. The result is over 19,000 ballots counted that shouldn’t have been. Trump lost to Biden in Arizona by less than 11,000 votes.

The Arizona Attorney General, Mark Brnovich didn’t discover this voting irregularity during the post-election investigation into voter fraud. If he did find it, he looked the other way at the results and allowed the votes to stand.

The votes would have to be examined individually in order to see which candidate on them. Who knows if that would change the outcome? However, the law was not followed. It led to votes counting that shouldn’t have been.

There are already problems facing Arizona for the upcoming mid-term election in November. Over 60,000 ballots have been sent out in the mail incorrectly. Some Ballots have candidates left off, while other Ballots went to incorrect addresses.

The Democrats like to say elections have consequences. Indeed they do. Brnovich is running for Senate in Arizona. He once held a big lead. Now, because it looks like he didn’t do his job, he has dropped to third in the polls a long way behind Blake Masters.

The coming mid-term elections will determine the fate of our country for a long time to come. Polls indicate a tidal wave of red sweeping Democrats out of office. However, if there is anything the 2020 election can tell us is, that rules don’t apply and anything can be stolen…I mean happen.


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