From The Gateway Pundit
As the Arizona audit wraps up, more audits are starting. Arizona GOP Chairwoman Dr. Kelli Ward provided another amazing update on America’s audit.
PA State Senator Doug Mastriano, inspired by what he saw in Arizona has initiated a full forensic audit in Pennsylvania.
Kelli Ward: Hello, it is time for the daily update from the Republican Party of Arizona, I am your Chairwoman Dr. Kelli Ward. The Arizona full forensic audit of the Maricopa County 2020 general election, as we like to call it, America’s audit is now, inspiring others, Pennsylvania State Senator Doug Mastriano has sent letters to Philadelphia, York, and Tioga Counties. He has requested election materials and machines, he has set a deadline for the county to reply by July 31 with a plan of how they will comply. Senator Mastriano is the chair of the Pennsylvania Senate intergovernmental operations committee. And that committee gives him the power to subpoena. If the counties, choose not to comply.
Senator Mastriano was one of the many state legislators who visited the Arizona audit. He said that his proposed audit in Pennsylvania will be modeled on the Arizona audit, which, according to him, quote, really set the standards on a forensic analysis, unquote.
The hand count phase of the Arizona audit is complete, and I just like many of you anxiously await the full report. It is good to know that the Arizona audit is already inspiring others to take important steps to ensure election, integrity, even before it’s completion. The Arizona audit, America’s audit is bearing good fruit. That is why we will continue to take a stand for election integrity voter confidence and we are grateful for all of your support. Remember this. Here at the Republican Party of Arizona, it is always America first. See you next time.
The Gateway Pundit reported that auditors are still quadruple checking their hand-count numbers as they expect to finish the audit and prepare the final report.
Maricopa County still has failed to comply with the legislative subpoenas for routers and passwords, which are needed in order to complete the final report.
As more states step up, the pressure increases on leaders to do what is right.