Josh Barnett Claims Hundreds Of Thousands Of Ballots Missing In Arizona–Senate Liaison Pushes Back

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One of the Arizona audit organizers, Josh Barnett, several hundreds of thousands of ballots were missing in Arizona.

From National File:

Several hundred thousand votes that were counted in Maricopa County, Arizona are associated with missing ballots, according to an audit organizer who is speaking regularly with people on the audit floor.

“We found a ballot shortage, anywhere from 5 to 10 percent of the votes,” Josh Barnett, an audit organizer who led the affidavit drive to make the audit happen, tells NATIONAL FILE. “It looks like a couple hundred thousand ballots are unaccounted for. The ballots are missing.”

“I also know that there were boxes filled with blank ballots in those pallets. There were blanks in there,” Barnett said, citing a person who is frequently at the audit site as part of the audit process. “They (election officials) were doing it for appearance, to try to hide the fact that ballots are missing by saying, ‘It’s okay, they’re all right here.’ But the ballots are blank.”

He also sent out these tweets:

The Arizona senate liaison disputed the report:

Spokespersons for the audit taking place in Arizona’s largest county are pushing back on a report that claimed auditors have discovered hundreds of thousands of missing ballots.

“There’s been no such finding yet,” Ken Bennett, a former Arizona Republican secretary of state, told The Epoch Times.

He confirmed that there haven’t been any missing ballots discovered during the audit thus far.

We will continue to update this story as more comes out…

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