Twitter Adds Bogus Fact Check Claiming “No Evidence of Widespread Fraud” in AZ Election After Audit Exposes Massive Fraud in Maricopa County

The Arizona State Senate held a public hearing on the ongoing Maricopa County audit this past Thursday. The long-awaited session exposed numerous jaw-dropping examples of fraudulent votes and illegal actions by officials in the 2020 election.

The shocking discoveries, which included 74,000 mail-in ballots with no record of them ever being mailed out and 25,000 ballots that were missing serial numbers, set social media ablaze. ‘Cyber Ninjas’ and ‘Maricopa County’ began to trend on Twitter. Americans were rightly outraged that more damning evidence was coming out on the stolen Biden victory.

Twitter, and their Pravda-media cohorts, moved quickly to try and get control of the narrative by adding a ‘fact-check’ to the trending topics. Their bogus claim says there is “no evidence of widespread fraud” in Arizona’s 2020 election results.  …

There is more incriminating evidence of their crimes in the 2020 election that will be coming out of Arizona over the next few weeks. Other states are also beginning to conduct audits as the calls to decertify the results, recall the electors, and hold a new election, grow.

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