The sad reality of life is that sometimes the only reason that a rule gets made is that someone did something horrible or screwed up something awful.
I remember when I was a kid, that there were times where my folks didn’t exactly have a rule against us using the woodstove when they were not home, but when a guy three houses down had his house burn to the ground one winter we all of a sudden couldn’t use the woodstove when they weren’t home.
Now, this election was on the same level of a house burning down but in a little bit of a different way. What we had there were liberals sitting with gasoline and a match, waiting for our whole way of life to be burned to the ground….
A key battleground state is preparing to perform an election audit, as lawmakers are determined to know what happened in the 2020 election.
According to Arizona state Senator Sonny Borrelli, GOP lawmakers are getting ready to audit election equipment and ballots from the 2020 election.
“We’re proceeding to hire a team of experts — it’s not just one company, it’s going to be a team of experts, if you will — to perform the audit… We will be finding somebody this week,” Borrelli said.
“What’s the difference between what the Senate is doing versus what Maricopa County did a few weeks ago?” Christina Bobb, reporter for One America News, asked Borrelli.
“Well, all Maricopa County did was certify the machines were operating properly. Like I said before, your cable guy comes up, sets up your entertainment system, and just certifies that your remote control works. That’s it, that’s not an audit. They can call it an audit, but it’s not an audit. They can call it a ham sandwich, but it’s really baloney. We’re not gonna feed anybody baloney, we’re gonna do a full forensic audit. Door to door, carpet to ceiling, everything,” Borrelli responds.
“We’ve seen, just a few days ago, reports that somebody in Maricopa County found a dumpster full of shredded ballots. Are you aware of that, and what is your understanding of that situation?” Bobb asked.
“Yes I am aware of it. I’ve seen the pictures of it, and the pictures are very compelling. It looks like they are possibly 2020 ballots, but we need to get that. If we don’t verify it, or law enforcement doesn’t verify it, all we have is a bag of shredded paper. Those people need to bring it forward either to law enforcement or bring it to the Senate, so we can verify it. If it is 2020 ballots, then we can turn that over to the attorney general because there is an ongoing investigation,” he responded.