Maricopa County’s Board of Supervisors (MCBOS), who were in charge of the 2020 Election, requested that two firms perform audits of the 2020 Election results.  They hand-picked two firms and then when their audits were complete asserted that the two firms were certified.  They are at best bending the truth. 

We reported on these audits previously.  The auditors selected to perform the audits of Maricopa County by the MCBOS turned into train wrecks.

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Despite all this, the MCBOS reported on the results of the audits of the two auditors they selected to perform their audits.  Of course, the results were satisfactory and then the MCBOS used these ‘audits’ to claim there was nothing wrong with the 2020 Election in Maricopa.  The auditors never looked at any ballots and the MCBOS was making this assertion.

But probably the most stunning assertion was when the MCBOS claimed that the firms who performed the audits were certified.

What the MCBOS neglected to note was that when they selected these firms and claimed these firms were certified they were not being forthright.  We uncovered that these firms were not certified at the time the MCBOS made their selection and only were certified after we brought this out in an article in late January 2021.

WE CAUGHT THEM: Arizona’s Maricopa County Board of Supervisors Lied – EAC Updated Website after Gateway Pundit Report Discovered Their Auditors Were Uncertified

Ultimately the MCBOS audits were a waste of time and money and the MCBOS knows it.  They hoped this would appease the Senate which it didn’t, it just provided more proof that a real forensic audit of the election was needed.

The post Maricopa County Claimed the Two Vendors They Chose to Rubber Stamp Their 2020 Election Results Were Certified – Really? appeared first on The Gateway Pundit.


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