The fight to right the results of the 2020 presidential election is still on despite the mainstream media and the rank and file of the two major political parties calling it OVER for months now. A dedicated group of patriots is involved with auditing a number of states. The first state in the spotlight is Arizona where a forensic audit, not just a recount, is not complete as of this writing.
Among the states mentioned as being a potential audit target is Idaho, a state where the Electoral College votes are not in question. According to the information My Pillow founder and president Mike Lindell, evidence exists of some kind of fraud with the voting machines in that state, and therefore, the state should be audited.
“Why not try and get Lindell to reimburse the state for having to refute his false claim?” Houck told the newspaper, adding that his office is “looking into” its options if Lindell refuses to pay the bill.
Houck claims the statement that Idaho had voting irregularities is wrong.
“Once we had the document in hand, we immediately believed there was something amiss,” said Houck. “This document alleged electronic manipulation in all 44 counties. At least 7 Idaho counties have no electronic steps in their vote counting processes.”
Butte, Camas, and Bonner County were audited after Lindell’s false claim received attention. All audits showed the accuracy of the election, with the secretary of state’s office saying Saturday that there was a 0.1 percent margin of error across the counties, according to the Idaho Statesman.
As fast as the turnaround was on this “audit” more than likely it was a recount, not a forensic analysis of the evidence including ballots and voting machine readouts.
Lindell’s information is being called false by mainstream media sources despite results in Arizona that include tens of thousands of duplicate ballots found, enough to flip that state if an effort to audit 2020 was actually taken seriously.
That effort is not being taken seriously by state legislatures all over the nation. Perhaps if such an audit occurred some of them would be tossed from office.