Source: Joe Hoft

The location of where the audit of the 2020 Election results from Arizona’s Maricopa County has now been set.

We found out the start date of the audit of the 2020 election results in Maricopa County late last week [April 22]:

We now know the location of the audit:

Independent auditors were chosen on Apr. 1, but the venue for the audit had not yet been decided because of resistance from the Maricopa Board of Supervisors (BOS). Information relayed to UncoverDC by Finchem from the Senate leadership indicates that they have now “secured 20,000+ square footage known as the Coliseum at our state fairgrounds to perform the audit; arrangements for 24-hour physical and live streaming security and the audit teams are assembling and transporting the equipment and personnel to Arizona with an expected start date of the laborious task of ballot-by-ballot inspection and tabulation on April 22nd.” An Apr. 7 Arizona Mirror article seems to confirm the choice of location.

The results of this audit are critical. During an April 7 interview with radio host Rose Tennett, attorney Sidney Powell predicted that Maricopa County’s upcoming audit of 2.1 million ballots will reveal over 100,000 fraudulent ballots. Republican President Donald Trump lost the state of Arizona by less than 11,000 votes.

Arizona was, remember, mysteriously called for Joe Biden early on the evening of November 3, 2020, by Fox News, even though AZ voters were still in line voting and only a small percentage of the votes had actually been tallied! Fox News permanently lost huge numbers of loyal viewers due to that shocking decision.

In an April 5, 2021 interview with Rep. Finchem on HUB Radio Phoenix, the Backstreet Gossip Show with Ray Michaels and Ron Luddders, Finchem stated:

“The Maricopa County Board of Supervisors continues to play obstructionist in this process. We’ve got the Secretary of State, Katie Hobbs, is egging them on! So, here’s a message, news flash: Supervisors, Secretary of State, this is not your election! I’m crystal clear about what the people of Arizona want to have happen and for five individuals to stand in the way of this audit is reprehensible … If that’s the disdain and the disrespect that this Board of Supervisors is going to have for the people of Maricopa County, they need to go … And the fact that they have dug in so deep tells me they’re not going to like what we find.”

Because the AZ Senate’s subpoena did not specifically mandate that the audit occur at the MCTEC, the MCBOS refused to allow the AZ Senate to audit the ballots at the MCTEC!

The obstructionist, five-person MCBOS has demonstrated over and over again that it is eager to avoid a transparent, truthful, and accurate audit of Maricopa County 2020 ballots at all costs. It has pulled every dirty trick in the book and invented some you never even heard of before!

This Board, therefore, may try to argue that the chain of custody of these ballots was broken – by the Senate moving them to a new location – and that their audit is invalid, even though it was this very same entity which had it within its power to keep the ballots in place at the MCTEC.

Chain of custody is one of an election official’s most sacred and fundamental responsibilities in overseeing and guaranteeing election integrity. It requires that detailed and proper security measures be taken from the moment a completed ballot leaves a voter’s hands and is turned over into the custody of a county Board of Election (BOE) official. The ballot, a legal document, must be secured and guarded from any tampering, mischief, alteration, theft, and out-and-out fraud, 100% of the time, 24/7.

The officials legally entrusted with that responsibility in Maricopa County are the five members of the MCBOS: Clint Hickman, Jack Sellers, Steve Chucri, Bill Gates and Steve Gallardo.

Therefore, the MCBOS cannot claim to be ignorant of “chain of custody” of the ballot. That’s their job, their sacred responsibility to the voters of Maricopa County.

The voting public in AZ needs to understand that, should this type of an attack occur, the Maricopa County Board of Supervisors itself already willfully and unethically and, perhaps, illegally broke the chain of custody of the 2020 ballots in its custody by having moved them on March 6, 2021, without the authorization of the AZ Senate!

As we reported on March 7, 2020:

“So the Arizona Maricopa County Board of Supervisors (MCBOS) on Wednesday loaded 2020 Election ballots on a truck for delivery to the Arizona Senate.  (We don’t know if this was all the ballots or not. We don’t know who ordered the truck and who had the ballots loaded on the truck. We also don’t know if the ballots were moved under the legally required chain of custody requirements.)

The MCBOS loaded the ballots onto a truck even though the Senate had not yet asked for the ballots.”

In addition to this first March 6 event, there were “[p]iles of shredded ballots [which] were located today in a dumpster in Maricopa County Arizona,” as TGP reported also on March 6 and a report by “an individual [who on March 6] went by the Maricopa County Tabulation and election center and found doors wide open with seeming uninhibited access to the facility.”

Additionally, on March 6, TGP also reported that “The Arizona Maricopa County election coverup continues …And now tonight two barns on the farm of one of the Maricopa County Board of Supervisors caught on fire.”

Rep. Finchem, in his April 5 Hub Radio Phoenix radio interview, reminded Arizonans of the remarkable work they are doing as patriotic Americans:

Had we not stood up for the November 30 hearing, this whole thing would have been swept under the rug. And, I just shudder to think had we not taken that on, you would hear crickets. This would be over and the people would have been denied their day …

…We [in Arizona] are setting a standard that other states are watching right now and I think one of the most important things for us to remember is in our system of government – you don’t see this anywhere else in the world – in our system of government, the fact that we are able to scrutinize our elections makes our democratically-elected Republic strong.”

Arizona patriots are directly over the target. Hold the line. Don’t back down. Keep on fighting. Demand that the Arizona Senate – and your individual Arizona Senator – protect and defend the legal chain of custody of the ballots entrusted to them, 24/7, as this important audit begins on April 22, and prevent any attempts to subvert or sabotage this critical 2020 election audit.