Arizona Senate President Makes First Announcement About Audit Results… We knew it!

Ari­zona Sen­ate Pres­i­dent Karen Fann on Tues­day said that the 2020 pres­i­den­tial elec­tion audit’s bal­lot count led by Cyber Nin­jas dif­fered from the Mari­co­pa Coun­ty tal­ly, and that the dis­crep­an­cy prompt­ed the elec­tion review team to acquire new machines to recount the ballots.

“They haven’t released a num­ber yet,” Fann, a Repub­li­can, said dur­ing in an inter­view with KTAR. “How­ev­er, we do know that those num­bers do not match with Mari­co­pa Coun­ty at this point.”

Jack Sell­ers, the chair­man of the county’s Board of Super­vi­sors, told the Ari­zona Mir­ror that he was not sur­prised by the claim.

Cyber Nin­jas has “cycled through process­es and pro­ce­dures, chas­ing con­spir­a­cy the­o­ries while vol­un­teers with no elec­tions expe­ri­ence tried to accu­rate­ly count votes as they spun by on turnta­bles. Elec­tions experts from across the coun­try have said this method is flawed and will pro­duce incor­rect results,” he said.

The Ari­zona Sen­ate Demo­c­ra­t­ic Cau­cus also pushed back against Fann’s remarks, say­ing in a Twit­ter post, “This is a lie.”


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