(Tea Party PAC) – Although a judge ruled that officials in Maricopa County, Arizona must turn over data, records, and voting machines to the state Senate that has been demanding them for months, it seems that nefarious figures may still be scrambling to cover up evidence of fraud in the 2020 election.
The Gateway Pundit reports that on Wednesday, the Maricopa County Board of Supervisors (MCBOS), the primary body trying to prevent the release of voter data to the state senate, loaded up its 2020 ballots on a truck to be delivered to the capitol to turn them over.
However, immediately before being told where to deliver the ballots and when, MCBOS loaded the ballots on a truck before the ballots had even been requested!
TGP says that it is believed this move was a breakdown in the proper chain of custody.
While local media, like AZCentral.com, reported that the AZ Senate “doesn’t know what to do” with the ballots, writing, “If this is how the Republicans’ ‘full forensic audit’ begins, get ready for a train wreck, Arizona.”
TGP says this isn’t even close to the truth, however, as the following video explains:
“The video is very accurate. The ballots were moved without direction from the Senate. This was likely illegal,” the outlet notes.
They explain that the ballots were loaded on a truck without any location provided for where they were headed.
There is no evidence the ballots followed the proper chain of custody, pointing to potential illegality.
Meanwhile, the faithful leftist media fabricated a story that the Senate hadn’t been ready for the ballots.
And so, the ballots ended up being stored in an open warehouse that did not appear to be secure.
Then, on Saturday, individuals in the county found shredded ballots in a dumpster, as TGP reported that day.
NOW, two barns on a farm belonging an official on the Maricopa County Board of Supervisors mysteriously caught on fire.
What are the odds?
AZCentral reported, “Two barns were destroyed and an estimated 165,000 hens died Saturday in a fire at the Hickman’s Family Farms location in Arlington, about an hour west of Phoenix, according to officials.”
“Firefighters responded to a report of the fire at the farm around 1 p.m. and were able to contain the second-alarm fire by about 4 p.m., said Sarah Mendoza, a spokesperson for Buckeye Valley Fire District,” the report also noted.
An unidentified man was also hospitalized as a result from smoke inhalation, Mendoza said.
What caused the fire?
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