Trump: Media is Covering Up Arizona’s ‘Corrupt, Third-World Election’

Trump: Media is Covering Up Arizona’s ‘Corrupt, Third-World Election’

James McCool
James McCool
May 14, 2021

After the long-awaited audit of 2020 Maricopa County, Arizona voting results, Americans are finally seeing revelations of the measured surface.  Now, President Donald Trump (R) is calling out the mainstream media for covering up what he calls a “corrupt, third-world election.”

“A devastating letter written by Arizona Senate President Karen Fann on voting irregularities, and probably fraud, in Maricopa County during the 2020 Presidential Election. Even the database was illegally deleted after the subpoena to produce the information,” stated President Donald Trump in a press release.

Arizona Senate President Karen Fann (R-1) has written a letter to Maricopa County officials, allowing them the opportunity to explain election irregularities.

President Trump has since defined these irregularities as missing databases, ballots, and other significant issues.

The hearing the Senate President has scheduled will take place May 18, 2021.

Maricopa County, like other counties around the nation, have been since election night 2020, under a microscope over its questionable election results, especially after vast amounts of voting databases were deleted just days before the audit commenced.

Florida State Rep. Spencer Roach (R-79) released a statement to the Floridian today in regard to the county’s handling of the audit and called it, “very concerning,” adding that it, “certainly leads one to wonder what it is they were trying to hide.”

Election officials claim to not know passwords or no longer have the passwords to access the “lost” databases.  The GateWay Pundit has reported that the Biden DOJ is now actively involved in the forensic audit, which has raised some eyebrows among Trump Republicans.

One Representative who has stuck with the recount effort, Rep. Paul Gosar (R-AZ), is confident in the state flipping in Trump’s favor.

Back in February, the Floridian spoke with Rep. Gosar who believes that it is still important to investigate the results, even months after the election.

Gosar put it plainly: “The framers wanted well-educated electorates, this is part of it, the responsibility to make sure I am exercising my right to vote.”

Even 3 months ago, Gosar hoped other states would follow suit, and it looks as if other states like Georgia and Michigan are also looking into their alleged “third-world election” processes.

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