( Exclusive) – On Tuesday, Arizona Senate President Karen Fann participated in an interview where she stated that the number of ballots that were found by the audit done in Maricopa County do not match the certified total.

According to a report from Gateway Pundit, the folks doing the audit are double, triple, and quadruple checking all of the details in order to ensure that the Senate’s audit is 100 percent accurate.

It’s also being reported that the audit team is using different machines to carry out another recount to ascertain the real total number of ballots.

The machines in question will actually only count 600 ballots at a time as a means of avoiding error. A technician was on the audit floor calibrating the machines and teaching audit officials how to use them correctly.

Officials sent ballots through the machine, then hand counted them to make sure the machines were correctly calibrated. This isn’t a vote tally. It just counts the ballots.

“They haven’t released a number yet, if you will, however we do know that those numbers do not match with Maricopa County at this point,” Fann stated in her conversation with KTAR News 92.3 FM’s The Mike Broomhead Show.

Is it any wonder that the Maricopa County Board of Supervisors, along with Secretary of State Katie Hobbs, have done all they could possibly do to stop this audit from happening and allowing these discrepancies from seeing the light of day?

There’s been all kinds of funny business going on with the previous election, which has provided more than enough evidence to prove that voter fraud is indeed happening all around the country on a massive scale to anyone actually willing to take a look at it.

According to another report from GP, a voter in Maricopa County has been indicted and accused of actually casting a ballot in her dead mother’s name.

Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich made the announcement about discovering this recent example of voter fraud yesterday.

“Attorney General Mark Brnovich announced today that a State Grand Jury has indicted Tracey Kay McKee, of Scottsdale, with one count of Illegal Voting and one count of Perjury, for allegedly casting a vote in the name of a deceased person through an early ballot in the 2020 General Election,” the report said.

“The indictment alleges that McKee signed the name of a deceased individual to an early ballot envelope. McKee is the daughter of the deceased individual, who died on October 5, 2020. McKee is accused of signing her deceased mother’s name to a declaration made under penalty of perjury on an early ballot envelope on or between October 7, 2020, and November 3, 2020,” the report added.

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