Things are really heating up with the Arizona audit.
Despite facing non-stop backlash from the left, the audit is still going full speed ahead and is already generating amazing results.
And it appears that things are set to get even more interesting as GOP Pennsylvania Senator Doug Mastriano just check out the operation in Arizona and he had some incredible details to share with Steve Bannon.
Check it out:
What even more incredible is that officials in Pennsylvania are now inspired to do the same type of audit in their state!
The latest visitors are Pennsylvania Sens. Doug Mastriano and Cris Dush, and Rep. Rob Kauffman. They met with Arizona legislators at the Capitol before traveling to the audit site to get a briefing from the auditors.
“We’ll bring the information back to the Senate leadership, we’ll back-brief them on the way ahead and then hopefully we can come up with an approach here to make sure every person in Pennsylvania can rest assured they have one vote and it counts,” Mastriano told a radio host from WEEO-FM.
The Pennsylvania lawmakers and others in their delegation spent about 20 minutes on the arena floor, where volunteers counted and photographed ballots. Doug Logan, the head of Cyber Ninjas, the firm leading the audit, led them around.
Afterward, Mastriano spoke to conservative media outlets but ignored journalists from the Associated Press and other mainstream news sources.
Asked by a reporter if he wants to see the Arizona audit replicated in Pennsylvania, Dush said, “Without question. Absolutely.”
This is what we want to see!
There needs to be a real grass roots effort to uncover as much information as possible.
This piece was written by Sophie O’Hara on June 4, 2021. It originally appeared in WayneDupree.com and is used by permission.
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