by Debra Heine

 

A grassroots canvass of Maricopa County voters in the 2020 election found that over 34 percent of those canvassed said they voted even though the county didn’t have a record of their vote.

Liz Harris, the Arizona resident who organized the independent canvass talked to Steve Bannon about her Voter Integrity Project findings on the Wednesday morning edition of the “War Room.”

Harris told Bannon that although they were run out of one Democrat neighborhood, the reactions to the effort was overwhelmingly positive.

“Nine out of ten people actually thanked us for coming to their door,” she said.

Harris said the canvassers talked to people in over 11,000 homes, and got responses from 4,570.

“We actually went to the homes of the registered voters, and the results are amazing,” said Harris. Based on the results of the canvass, Harris estimated that were up over 173,000 lost votes and 96,000 “ghost votes” in the election in Maricopa County.

“An estimated 173,104 votes are missing or lost, as reported to our volunteers who went door to door verifying registration and voting information for thousands of residents. These are American citizens living in Maricopa County who cast a vote, primarily by mail, in the election and yet there is no record of their vote with the county and it was not counted in the reported vote totals for the election,”  the canvass report states.

“Additionally an estimated 96,389 mail-in votes were cast under the names of registered voters who were either unknown to the residents of the registration address or who were verified as having moved away prior to October 2020”, the report continues.

“The results in the report are from the last two months of canvassing,” Harris told Bannon. “Our questions, they were really simple.  What method did you use to vote. Did you receive extra ballots? What did you do with those extra ballots? How many registered voters are supposed to be here, and how many actually voted? Not once do we ask who the person voted for.”

“Where did these votes go?” she asked. “That’s why calling these lost votes.”

Bannon said flatly that not only did Trump win the 2020 election, but so did the two GOP senate candidates in Georgia. He also stipulated that Army vet John James won his race for the U.S. Senate in Michigan, and former Army Ranger Sean Parnell won the race for U.S. Congress in Pennsylvania.

“We’re the vast majority of the country, and we’ve got to start acting like it,” Bannon said.

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Debra Heine reports for American Greatness.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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