Maricopa County, Arizona, generated some of the most alarming electoral discrepancies during the 2020 presidential election. Not all of the county's suspicious voting issues occurred in the 2020 election. Maricopa County in Arizona has a track record of errors.
This is the most important county in Arizona. Phoenix is located in the county of Maricopa. With a population estimate of well over 4 million, it is the state's largest county.
Nothing was ever done despite the overwhelming amount of evidence of problems in the election. The state's crucial electoral votes went to Joe Biden. Any skeptics were referred to as "election deniers" for asking why.
As the 2022 midterm elections grew closer, many wondered whether the same issues would repeat themselves. They did. Once again, Maricopa County, Arizona, was at the forefront of election problems.
Maricopa County had to address more issues at polling sites on Election Day. This is a disturbing trend in a vastly populated area that holds the key to winning races in the state. Why are there “always” issues at polling locations in Maricopa County, Arizona?
While the county insisted that technicians corrected the issues by adjusting printer settings, this ignited election controversy again. How can any Arizona voter feel confident about the final results? This is the same state that refused to address visible discrepancies in 2020.
What’s rather ironic is that the current Democrat Party candidate for governor is the Arizona Secretary of State. Katie Hobbs is in charge of handling election problems. She is the individual who failed to address massive signs of fraud in 2020.
Why would anyone assume she’s going to deal with fraud claims in an election since she’s a candidate? Especially, since she’s the candidate who is going to invariably benefit. We smell a rat in Arizona. The machines were “supposedly” misreading the ballots.
That seems rather convenient. How did Maricopa County deal with the most recent problem? They instructed voters to drop their ballots in a big box. That big box would be hauled downtown to be counted later. What could possibly go wrong with that strategy?
Talk about opening the door for cheaters. Any hired operative could simply inspect the ballot and then toss in the garbage those who voted for the wrong candidate that they didn’t want elected. Maricopa County is another reason why electronic voting machines need to be banned.
Tech experts have proven that the machine software can easily be hacked. If we want authentic and secure elections, voting machines need to be discontinued. The U.S. needs to take a page from France’s election playbook.
France requires paper ballots to be cast in person, nothing by machine. That seems simple enough. The French appreciate that voting machines are easily compromised. The U.S. should model our French friends and outlaw voting machines. Should banning mail-in ballots be next?