Trump calls for those who committed fraud to be ‘criminally investigated’

President Trump called out the Fake News Media for downplaying the results of the 2020 Arizona election audit in a statement on Friday, saying that mass voter fraud, indeed, changed the results of the presidential election.

“The leaked report conclusively shows there were enough fraudulent votes, mystery votes, and fake votes to change the outcome of the election 4 or 5 times over. The number includes 23,344 mail-in ballots, despite the person no longer living at that address. Phantom voters,” Trump wrote.

The 45th president went on to point out the numerous discrepancies within Arizona’s voting rolls, focusing on Maricopa County, alone.

“The official canvass does not even match who voted, off by 11,592-more than the entire Presidential Election margin. Voters who voted in multiple counties totaled 10,342 and 2,382 ballots came from people who no longer lived in Maricopa County,” Trump stated. “There were also 2,592 ‘more duplicate ballots than original ballots. Just those fraudulent ballots alone total 50,252, and is fraud many more times than the so-called margin of ‘victory,’ which was only 10,457.”

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He added that the findings would be much worse if the entire state completed an audit similar to the one done in Maricopa County.

“In addition, election data appears to have been intentionally deleted, and ballot images were ‘corrupt or missing.’ This is not even the whole state of Arizona, but only Maricopa County. It would only get worse!” he added.

With all of the audit findings pointing to extensive fraud and a lack of voter integrity, President Trump called for those complicit in committing the illegal acts to be “criminally investigated.”

“More is coming out in the hearing today,” Trump promised at the end of his statement.

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