On Friday, June 25, the forensic audit of the 2020 elections in Arizona’s largest county, Maricopa, ended. In this context, there is much speculation as to what may happen after the results. One of the most disturbing testimonies in this regard was that of retired general and former security advisor to Donald Trump, Michael Flynn.
In a Steel Truth podcast with Ann Vandersteel, earlier this week, General Flynn claimed that something would happen to divert attention from the soon-to-be-released audit results.
“There is going to be something that is going to happen and I’m afraid that what it’s going to do is it’s going to further divide the country, ” said Flynn.
“They are going to continue to go after Donald Trump. OK? They’re going to continue to go after Donald Trump. And I’m glad to see the president finally getting out and doing rallies. He’s going to be doing one in Sarasota here on the 4th of July. I think he’s going to up in Ohio on Saturday. So he’s going to get back out and he’s going to light the world on fire. Because I know they are going to go after him. And whenever they go after him it’s never pretty. It’s going to be ugly and that creates a lot of media attraction and everybody has to cover it,” Flynn added.
For the retired general, this means that since the results on electoral fraud will be so overwhelming, Trump’s enemies will either launch another news story at the same time or some “false flag” attack, i.e., a covert operation carried out by governments, corporations, and other organizations, designed to appear as if they were carried out by other entities.
He also warned: “The 2020 presidential election was stolen. There is no doubt in my mind anymore. There is none. … And the truth will continue to come out. Something is going to happen. I don’t think we’re going to have to wait until the end of summer. I think it’s going to happen here fairly soon … because they must create noise prior to the Arizona audit starting to really bubble out. They are gonna have to do something.”
General Flynn’s statement has sparked the attention of the MAGA movement, especially because only a few days later, an unexpected collapse of a Miami condominium occurred, which still does not seem to have any convincing explanation.
The audit in Arizona is over—what’s next?
Despite all the interferences encountered along the way, finally, the forensic audit came to an end. Thanks to the team of professionals hired by the Arizona Senate and the volunteer work, the 2.1 million ballots available were analyzed. What can we expect now?
First, a preliminary report detailing the accuracy of the number of certified ballots will be presented on Monday, June 28, according to The Gateway Pundit. This alternative portal has extensively tracked the audit.
This will be followed by a full forensic report detailing the forensic images and voting results, which may take quite some time because several irregularities or discrepancies will likely have been found in a large number of analyzed ballots.
The Arizona State Senate will have to consider decertifying the results if they cannot prove that Biden was the winner of the 2020 presidential election.
Then, Attorney General Mark Brnovich should launch an investigation into those involved in the scam and cover-up.
Recall that significant discrepancies in the total number of ballots have been reported since the beginning of the audit. In addition, the president of the Senate, Karen Fann, has denounced various irregularities that have appeared, such as erased databases, cut security seals, missing passwords, etc.
In this regard, it should be noted that although the physical audit has already been completed, there is a part that is missing because the auditors still do not have the routers, records, and passwords requested.
The data—requested on Jan. 13—is needed to complete the audit, and there will be litigation to get them.
The most surprising thing was to discover that the passwords were not delivered by the Dominion Voting System Company, the administrator of the machines used to count the votes, evidencing that the elections were always under the control of a private company and not the state.
Dominion has indicated that it will not reveal the passwords, nor will they allow any auditor to review their machines, arguing that the passwords are their intellectual property.
If those passwords were made available, the auditors estimate that it would take them less than two days to gather the data they need.