Tuesday 14 December 2021

(VIDEO) More Than DOUBLE Registered Voters than Town Population – Pima County 2020 Election Integrity Hearing Provides Evidence Of Thousands Of Fraudulent Votes


The Pima County Election Integrity Hearing built another strong case for a stolen election in Arizona.

Following the Maricopa County full forensic 2020 Election audit, Arizona State Representative Mark Finchem is pushing to audit the entire state of Arizona.

On Monday, Rep. Mark Finchem was a key player in hosting another 2020 election hearing in Pima County, Arizona to discuss the anomalies, discrepancies, and reports of election fraud.

The panel members included State Senator Sonny Borrelli, Senator Wendy Rogers, Senator Kelly Townsend, State Rep. Mark Finchem, Rep. Leo Biasiucci, Rep. Theresa Martinez, Rep. Neal Carter, and Rep. Judy Burges.

The mission of this hearing is to “receive evidence and testimony that could serve to prove or disprove alleged discrepancies in the 2020 General Election.”

Liz Harrington shared the major key findings, including people that do not live where they voted from, “frat boys” averaging 45-years-old, Third World voter registration numbers, and in conclusion a fraudulent election.

Canvassers in Pima County found 62 early ballots were turned into the elections department from a home where the “voter” is not a resident. They concluded that 45% of the people surveyed did not know the person that voted from their address.

In addition, a college frat house was found to have 27 registered voters but their average age was 45.

Other towns in Pima County were found to have Third World voter registration numbers. One town has over 200% of the voting-age population and another has a 158% registration rate.

One location in Topawa, Arizona had 173 registered “voters” and what appeared to be a Border Patrol office had 40 registered voters. Were they illegal immigrants?

Leftists in the media, utterly blinded by their corruption, are working overtime to discredit the election hearing.

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