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ARIZONA AUDIT: Grassroots Canvass Identifies 299,493 Missing Votes Reflecting 2600% Of Biden’s Victory Margin

PHOENIX — A bombshell report out of Maricopa County, Arizona Thursday identified 299,493 lost, ghost, and inaccurate votes relating to the 2020 presidential election.

After conducting interviews with voters in Arizona’s most contested county, the Maricopa County Canvass report authored by Liz Harris detailed “major” findings pertaining to the scale that voter fraud was committed.

At least 270 votes cast in Maricopa County for the 2020 presidential election were either manipulated or missing, Harris told Right Side Broadcasting. Further, Harris found that more than a third of Arizonans interviewed indicated that they did vote, despite there being no record of them doing so.

“34.23 percent of people that we had a record of not having voted said ‘What do you mean? I voted. Yes, I did.’ And that is one of our greatest findings,” Harris told RSB. “Where did these votes go? And that’s why we’re calling these lost votes.”

The number of “lost” votes the report identified is 173,104, or the equivalent of nearly three Sun Devil stadiums, she added. “2.5 times that stadium is the number of people in Maricopa County whose votes were lost,” Harris said.

“Nine out of ten people actually thanked us for coming to their door,” Harris told Steve Bannon’s “War Room.”

“These are American citizens living in Maricopa County who cast a vote, primarily by mail, in the election and yet there is no record of their vote with the county and it was not counted in the reported vote totals for the election.”  

“The results in the report are from the last two months of canvassing,” Harris told Bannon. “Our questions, they were really simple.  What method did you use to vote. Did you receive extra ballots? What did you do with those extra ballots? How many registered voters are supposed to be here, and how many actually voted? Not once do we ask who the person voted for.”

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