Dr. Shiva reveals shocking results of 2020 election analysis in open forum

by Summer Lane

President Donald Trump this week urged supporters to tune into Dr. Shiva Ayyadurai’s online open forum where he presented his findings from the Maricopa County election audit in Arizona.

Dr. Shiva, a world-renowned systems scientist who also holds four degrees from MIT, on Thursday shared his recent discoveries from a limited analysis he conducted on the shocking election irregularities that continue to spill out of Arizona.

During his analysis on Maricopa, he found:

  • 2,580 bad signatures on ballots,
  • 1,919 mail-in ballots with no signature, and
  • 6,545 mail-in ballots with no envelope.

According to Liz Harrington, official spokeswoman for President Trump, the total number of questionable ballots, 11,044, surpass the margin of 10,457 Joe Biden needed for victory in Arizona on election night in November 2020.  

In addition, Dr. Shiva revealed that an estimated 100,000 to 200,000 signatures on mail-in ballots were “cured.” This means that ballot images were digitally compressed, and typically, non-forensically trained election workers then compared two images side by side, judging whether or not the signatures matched.

“I think the whole process, in my view…The signature verification process, is unverifiable,” Dr. Shiva said.

Maricopa County maintains that an alleged .03 percent of the mail-in ballots for the 2020 presidential election were rejected for signature problems, which amounts to 587 ballots out of 1,918,463 ballots cast. However, Dr. Shiva’s analysis seems to point to much bigger numbers of signature verification issues.

This comes on the heels of the Arizona 2020 presidential election audit hearing in late September, which revealed shocking data, including a reported 17,322 duplicated early voting ballots, over 20,000 voters with addresses that didn’t match, and 5,047 voters who voted in multiple counties.

As a result of the overwhelming discrepancies, Dr. Kelly Ward, Chairwoman of the Arizona GOP and staunch Trump supporter, said in a tweet that Maricopa County had “certified an uncertifiable election. #Decertify.”

President Trump also dared the Maricopa County Board of Supervisors to join Dr. Shiva’s online election audit forum. Trump challenged, “If they have nothing to hide, and if this was the ‘most secure election’ in history, they would show up and answer the many questions raised by the audit, like how there were over 17,000 duplicate mail-in ballots and why they poured in after Election Day, how there were over 6,000 more ballots than there were envelopes, or why some were stamped ‘verified and approved,’ even though they had no signature, which is against the law.”

The election irregularities discovered in Arizona are disturbing and showcase open corruption and untrustworthy ballot-counting at the hands of election workers.

President Trump stated that the irregularities and corruption of Maricopa County are now in the hands of Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich. “Everybody knows what the right answer is, both in Arizona and other places!” he said.

The margin of victory for Biden in 2020 was remarkably slim at just over 10,000 ballots. The overwhelming number of election irregularities in just Maricopa County alone would be more than enough to flip the state red for President Trump if every ballot with issues was thrown out.

Of course, an election result has never been decertified before in the history of the United States, but unprecedented does not mean impossible. As pressure intensifies to investigate not just the findings from Arizona, but findings from other key battleground states and counties, the pressure to decertify the presidential election results has continued to heat up, as well.

Watch Dr. Shiva’s open forum here.

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