Arizona Audit Chief Says Probe Of 2020 Fraud Gaining Momentum

( The ongoing Arizona election audit that is expected to reveal how election misconduct and voting fraud swayed the result of the 2020 presidential election is reportedly gaining momentum, according to the head of the audit efforts.

Despite efforts from the Democrats to stop the audit, which is being performed by three third-party companies for the sake of impartiality, the count remains underway and thorough investigation methods are being used to determine possible fraud.

“Overnight we went from 20 counting locations on the floor to 46,” the former Secretary of State for Arizona Ken Bennett, who is also the audit director, said.

“Hopefully in the next day or two, they will be ready to fully staff that and if we go to three shifts, which we are talking about, we will almost triple our throughput,” he added.

On Sunday, Bennett said that he wouldn’t share any of their findings so far, adding that keeping data and information from the audit secure was the main priority as it moves forward.

The investigation is using ultra-violet technology to examine creases and folds, ink, paper, and much more to identify patterns in ballots cast in Arizona – an extraordinarily detailed technique designed to ensure maximum confidence in the election’s integrity…or the lack of.

In February, experts discovered a “discernable pattern” of manipulation relating to absentee votes in multiple U.S. states, including Arizona. Dr. William Briggs said that their analysis of Michigan’s election results, for instance, found votes that “track one another” in some counties.

You’d think Democrats and the left-wing press would be happy to see the progress in Arizona, as their extremely detailed analysis should prove their hypothesis that this was the most secure election in American history…but they’re not.

On Sunday, Bennett also claimed that mainstream journalists have repeatedly attempted to intimidate poll workers in Arizona by taking photographs of their car license plates and creating an atmosphere of worry.