Is it possible that first thing on Election Day in Arizona, possibly the most watched county in the state because of possible shenanigans in the 2020 election is having voting issues again?
Video is emerging, initially from Maricopa County and now spreading all over the state, that shows ballot counting machines are NOT working. The solution from the poll workers is to neglect the first box — which doesn’t seem to be working at all — and the second box — which is only working with a 75 percent success rate — in favor of a third box that will be transported to another location and eventually get counted later in the day.
Related: FLASHBACK: Maricopa Voters File Lawsuit Over Ballots Rejected for Using Sharpies That Poll Workers Gave Them
We have two tabulators. One of the tabulators is not working, okay? The other tabulator is taking about 75 percent successful. So 25 percent of [the ballots] are being misread, and it could be a printer issue or it could be the tabulator itself. So when it’s misread, you have an option to put it into what’s called ‘Box 3,’ and it gets read, whether it goes downtown and gets read manually or whether it gets re-fed into our tabulator, they get read, okay?
No, it's not okay. Nothing fishy going on there. But, it seems that it’s not just Maricopa County. Here’s video from both Maricopa County and Phoenix with a poll workers announcing similar “problems” as reported above:
Is something rotten in the state of Arizona? I guess we’ll either see or be kept in the dark like in the case of the 2020 election issues.