Maricopa County

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Maricopa County, Arizona, is the location of Phoenix, which is its largest city in the state, the capital of the state, and its county seat. Many suburbs of Phoenix, including Scottsdale, are also located in this county. Being the largest county in Arizona, Maricopa County alone accounts for a majority of the statewide electorate.

The Maricopa county election board has been accused of voter suppression.


Being mostly a neocon-leaning county, Maricopa County narrowly voted for Donald Trump in the 2016 U.S. presidential election by a margin of just under 3% of the votes cast,[1] while the globalist RINO John McCain won re-election that year while winning the county by a margin of 15.7% of the vote. Previously being more Republican, the Maricopa County is currently a swing county in the 2020 elections in Arizona.


Election Statewide margin Maricopa County margin Margin difference (statewide - Maricopa County)
Presidential election, 2016[1] R +3.5% R +2.93% +0.57%
Senate election, 2016[1] R +12.97% R +15.73% -2.76%
Senate election 2018[2] D +2.34% D +4.19% -1.85%

Election fraud

The Maricopa County Election Management Systems databases were deleted after they were subpoenaed by the Arizona Senate.[3]
See also: Biden Putsch

State officers and Maricopa County Officials failed to enforce the state law against private companies from directing federal election administration, accepting millions of dollars in private grants that gave some voters in the state access to advantages that were unavailable to voters in other parts of the state. These officials also allowed for gaps in the chain of custody of official ballots through the use of “mobile” drop boxes that are stationed in unsupervised public locations, failed to enforce the state law against double voting, and failed to enforce the state law against allowing people to vote using an address where they no longer live.

As a result of these violations, data experts estimate that more than 300,000 potentially fraudulent ballots may have influenced the outcome of the popular vote in the state, including more than 200,000 illegal ballots that were counted and about 75,000 legal votes that were not counted.[4]

Each Democrat party candidate was allotted 35,000 votes by rigged election machine before the voting started at 7 AM.

The Trump campaign and Republican National Committee filed a lawsuit that seeks the manual inspection of potentially thousands of in-person Election Day ballots in metro Phoenix that they allege were mishandled by poll workers and resulted in some ballot selections to be disregarded.

The legal challenge against Democratic Secretary of State Katie Hobbs centers on instances in which people are believed to have voted for more candidates than permitted.

When tabulators detect such an “overvote,” poll workers should give voters a choice to fix the problem, but the workers instead either pressed or told voters to press a button on the machine to override the error, leaving the devices to disregard the problematic ballot selections, according to the lawsuit.[5]

A Pima county whistleblower stated that Democratic Party members invited him to a meeting on September 10, 2020 and outlined a plan to add 35,000 votes to each Democrat candidate.

"When I asked how in the world will 35,000 votes be kept hidden from being discovered, it was stated that spread distribution will be embedded across the entire registered-voter range and will not exceed the registered-vote count, and the 35,000 was determined allowable in Pima County, based on our county registered-vote count.

It was also stated that total voter turnout versus total registered voters determine how many votes we can embed.

Maricopa [County] embed totals would be substantially higher than Pima’s due to embeds being based upon the total number of registered voters.

When I asked if this has been tested and how do we know it works, the answer was yes, and has shown success in Arizona judicial-retention elections since 2014, even undetectable in post-audits because no candidate will spend the kind of funds needed to audit and contact voters to verify votes in the full potential of total registered voters, which is more than 500,000 registered voters."[6]

According to testimony from an MIT-trained mathematician, Biden may have received a weighted 130% total of Democrat votes in Maricopa County to help him win the state due to an algorithm programmed into the Dominion voting machines.[7]


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