Report: Records show county counted 19,000 ballots that arrived late

By Bob Unruh

A new report on one of the many scandals that have been uncovered following the events of the 2020 presidential election reveals that officials in Maricopa County, Arizona, counted about 19,000 presidential ballots that arrived too late to be counted.

The Epoch Times reports that Arizona law requires that to be valid ballots must be received by the county no later than 7 p.m. on election day.

But in 2020, records now confirm, there were more than 20,000 ballots transported from the U.S. Postal Service “after election day,” but the county rejected only 934 for being late.

The Times reports the details come from the county’s “Early Voting Rejections Summary.”

“This means more than 19,000 late, invalid ballots should have been rejected. That is significant because it is enough to potentially sway the results of Arizona’s presidential election, which rested with a final tally of Joe Biden winning the state with 10,457 more votes than Donald Trump,” the analysis explained.

The summary was just one of the documents that revealed the details about the election that now is known to have been subjected to outside and irregular influences.

For example, Mark Zuckerberg turned over $420 million to various elections officials, purportedly to help with cope with the election during the COVID-19 pandemic. Instead, many of those officials essentially used the money for get-out-the-vote drives in Democrat strongholds.

A subsequent analysis concluded that likely turned enough voters to change the election winner from President Trump to Joe Biden.

The same conclusion came after a study focused on the fact that legacy and social media corporations suppressed accurate, and damaging, reporting just before the election about the international business schemes of the Biden family, possibly including Joe Biden.

Third, those election officials sometimes simply ignored their own state laws regarding ballots, especially mailed ballots, as might be the case in Maricopa County.

The report explained various county documents were obtained by Verity Vote, a “group of citizen volunteers with data research and investigation backgrounds who have been investigating the 2020 election results throughout the country.”

It recently reported on the Arizona failings.

The Times explained, “To understand the anomaly, it is important to know how ballots are moved in Maricopa County, which uses dropboxes and early mail-in voting. A truck driven by a Maricopa County Elections Department employee picks up ballots at least once a day. The collection truck starts at the Maricopa County Tabulation and Election Center. The truck has some space for more ballots but is already loaded with some early in-person ballots and ballots that were placed in a dropbox. The driver goes to the post office and picks up more ballots, then takes the truck to Runbeck Election Services where all ballots are given an incoming scan.”

There a receipt documents details about the ballots from the post office and more.

From county documents, “Verity Vote noticed that documents from Nov. 4, 2020 – the day after the election – were missing. Verity Vote requested Maricopa County provide the Receipt of Delivery for that day, first with a few phone calls, then with written requests. It should have been a simple request because all the other dates were already public. But this request went to a county attorney,” the Times reported.

Seven months later, the released document revealed 18,000 ballots were picked up from the post office the day after the election. Amid scribbled and unreadable signatures, “someone has written ‘Election Day’ in black ink in what looks like different handwriting from the rest of the page,” the Times reported.

There also were 1,000 ballots on Nov. 5 and 1,500 on Nov. 6.

Just the News reported, “Arizona’s electoral votes were counted in favor of then-Democrat presidential nominee Joe Biden, who won the presidency by 74 electoral votes. Biden won Arizona by about 10,500 votes. So the 19,000 ballots might have change the outcome of the Arizona race, giving it to then-GOP incumbent President Trump.”

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