On Thursday, Virginia State Senator Amanda Chase was in Arizona for a walkthrough of the full forensic audit of the 2020 election.
— Audit War Room (@AuditWarRoom) June 11, 2021
This audit is already finding irregularities that may indicate that “the most secure election in history” was not so secure.
If there is anything less than 2.1 million ballots in the AZ Audit, it was a fraudulent election and must be de-certified.
— Christina Bobb (@christina_bobb) June 10, 2021
Christina Bobb reported on OANN that she expects to see “that the count is not even close to what was certified” due to the fact that some pallets are missing up to 20% of the ballots that should be there.
She also reported that the audit has been “inundated” with requests from other states to come to tour this historic process. Tomorrow, Georgia will be on the floor again and Wisconsin is coming on Saturday.
After the tour, Sen. Chase spoke with TGP correspondent, Jordan Conradson.
Conradson: How are you doing today?
Chase: I am exhilarated. After coming here to Arizona, I’m just so overwhelmed with emotion right now. We just finished in Virginia completing a Republican state convention. I’m looking at the process is the best processes and best practices and procedures that have been put in place it’s impeccable. I think all states to come and see what I saw here today. Let me tell you that every legislator should come and watch this process. I think this is setting the gold standard for elections going forward period. I believe there are a lot of processes and procedures that are going to make this a more transparent process. In Virginia, I’m the co-founder of the transparency caucus. We need transparency in our elections. We’ve looked at a lot of Gallup polls that have shown that up to 70% of Virginians do not have confidence in these election results. It is making sure that we restore the confidence of Americans, of Virginians, or those who are from Arizona in the process itself. There are so many Americans right now who feel like “my vote doesn’t count”. I really do applaud Arizona, and I have to give a shoutout to Senator Rogers who graciously hosted us in Arizona. It’s highly organized, it’s highly transparent. You have the cameras, you have chain of custody, you have accountability, which I think is so important and that is lacking right now. I don’t think this is the first year that we’ve had irregularities in our elections. I think it’s gone on for many years and we need to make sure that we restore the confidence of all voters. I’m so glad that we took the time to come, and I do encourage other legislators across America to come. I encourage the Virginia legislators to come.
Conradson: You said this is the Gold Standard and Virginia needs an audit. Do you want to replicate this process exactly?
Chase: I believe that this is setting the gold standard. It is definitely improvement over what we have done. I think any improvement is better and we should constantly try to improve that process and make it better. I think we should continually strive to represent the people back home, make sure their voice is heard. That’s why I’m here today. We need to continue to perfect that gold standard, make it better.
Conradson: In Fairfax County, 73% of Biden’s votes came from late night ballot drops where they were like 80% Biden, 90% Biden, 10% Trump, 20% Trump. Is Fairfax County the county where you want to do an audit?
Chase: There are a number of Counties that I would like to do an audit in Virginia specifically Fairfax County, Chesterfield County and Virginia Beach, Richmond city just for starters those are some of the areas where we had some irregularity’s some discrepancies you know I’m here just to hear the will and they have come to me and said Amanda we are not confident in these results do something I’m listening to the people that elected me and I’m doing something about it and so by being here today I think it’s important that I’m doing what the people back home in Virginia asked me to do when they elected me.
Conradson: in Virginia who do you expect to oppose this process and pull tricks, like we’ve seen out here, in order to stop it?
Chase: Well on the floor of the Senate we’ve had many open discussions of Democrats in the Senate saying “there is no election fraud”. prove it. And I would like to turn that around and say well that’s exactly why we need an audit that’s why we need to investigate the results and if you’re so confident that there’s no fraud that you should have no issues with having a transparent auditing process. it should be standard protocol. Now the State Board of election in Virginia did implement an audit but I would say that it was a farce quite honestly, it was a hoax. And one of the counties that I represent and Amelia County, the State Board of elections officer reported to me that out of all of the thousands of ballots in Amelia County, only ONE ballot was pulled, ONE SINGLE BALLOT. I believe that of course, the Democrats are going to oppose it and I think there will be some Republicans.
Conradson: What can everyday Virginians do to get involved in the process and make sure that it goes through
Chase: every day I’m calling on every American no matter where you live in this great Republic, you need to contact your state legislator in the House and Senate. Pressure them to come to Arizona and watch this audit that is being done meticulously so they can see for themselves. And I know that there is going to be documentation on what was done but I really as a second-term State Senator got a lot of value in coming here and I just encourage we the people, now is the time to do the rallies now is the time to reach out to your legislator. encourage them to ask for an audit in their state put pressure on legislators to do that. I know that in Virginia I’ve actually introduced legislation to put the guardrails back on our elections and under the guise of COVID they took them off. They got rid of photo identification, they got rid of double witness signatures, they created these ballot boxes which allow an illegal practice that we have in Virginia called ballot harvesting, and by having those voter boxes as ballot boxes that are not attended, not attended it is creating a lack of chain of custody for that ballot.
And another state has toured the audit and LOVED the transparent, secure process.
State Sen. Amanda Chase has called on all Americans to contact their legislators and send them to Arizona before this process concludes.