HUGE DEVELOPMENT: Three Different States Tour AZ Audit Floor, And There’s More To Come (VIDEO)

( Exclusive) – There has once again been another huge development in the ongoing saga of the Arizona state election audit. Three different states have now toured the audit floor on Tuesday afternoon of this week.

And as you can probably already imagine, the Democratic Party is sweating bullets over this, practically sick to their stomachs, as they realize states are waking up to the fact that there was indeed massive voter fraud that took place in this election.

You cannot continue to be corrupt in the dark and not expect your dirty deeds to be dragged into the light. All will be revealed in due time.

According to a new report from Gateway Pundit, this is just the beginning. Representatives from the states of Georgia, Alaska, and Colorado have now had an opportunity to see how the audit operation in Arizona is being carried out.

Legislators from the three states received a “classroom style” briefing and were taken through how the entire process works. These individuals are analyzing the process so they can make necessary improvements and utilize the same process in their own home states.

When Jordan Conradson, a reporter for GP, spoke with Ken Bennett, the senate liaison, he asked him if there were more states expected to come and take tours of the facility.

“I’m told that every day this week there is some elected official coming in from some state. Today is Tuesday and if that pattern continues well have somebody in Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday,” Bennett responded.

“It looks like they’re starting to max out on forensic tables, correct?” Conradson asked.

“We are beyond 80% I’m told, as far as counting the ballots, which is the first step. Then, it goes to the paper evaluation and they are well behind the counting levels in paper evaluation. I’m told that we’ll probably be finished with the counting of the ballots by the end of this week or sooner, and then all of the resources will shift to the paper evaluation. You can already see that paper evaluation has been increased significantly. There’s now 32 working tables and another probably 16 positions on the floor awaiting equipment and things like that. Once the counting is over this week at some time, all resources will shift to the paper evaluation,” Bennett replied.

Georgia Sen. Burt Jones also had a conversation with Conradson where he gave his thoughts and opinions on how the audit is being done in Arizona, saying, “we came out here with a team of auditors who are working on the current case in Fulton County, Georgia, and we really just come out here for a fact-finding mission. You know, we heard a lot about what was going on in Arizona, a lot of good, lot of bad so we said we had come out here and to see for ourselves. We did that, what we saw inside the auditorium was a very well organized, very businesslike operation that was going on. Which gave the people working on Fulton County’s case some good ideas, and you know, they learn some things they might want to do, they learn some things you might not want to do. So, it all in all was a good day, and I appreciate the hospitality from the good people out here in Arizona.”

“So, what do you thing of the actual process itself was it secure, was it transparent?” Conradson asked.

“It looked very secure, looked very transparent. I mean they had security all in the arena, they had multiple people at each table. You know, 3 counters at each table and then they had protocols and steps in place to verify, and verify again, and verify three or four times over. The tabulation and things of that nature, so it looks very secure and I know that they’ll be ready to get the process done,” Jones replied.

Jones was then asked if he would be replicating the process in his own state.

“I don’t know you know, we’ve got the Fulton County lawsuits going on. I’m trying to be as helpful, trying to be as helpful as we can from the state’s side with that lawsuit and we just have to see what the findings are from that and then go from there,” he said.

You can almost hear the panic, the thudding heart beats, of the radical leftists in America as they realize that they might not be getting away with this scheme after all.

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