“Faulty Upload” Drastically Changed AZ Vote On Tuesday

(PatriotHeadline.com)- On Tuesday, the unofficial vote totals in Arizona in changed drastically when a “faulty upload” from a county in the state were uploaded. It comes as President Donald Trump and his legal team continue a legal battle to ensure that illegal ballots are not counted in the election results, and amidst concern about faulty uploads and vote tallying by machines across the country.

ABC 15 data analyst Garrett Archer announced this week that Greenlee County wrongly entered 22,000 votes into the system when in reality there were fewer than 4,000 votes that needed to be counted. The error narrowed the lead for Joe Biden, showing that this was not an effort to help Biden win, but instead a sign of just how easy it is to change results using the existing voting machines in the United States.

“Getting this is now: State…UNOFFICIAL results have Biden and Trump separated by 4,303 votes right now,” Archer said.

“This morning it was 10,377. The difference? A faulty upload from Greenlee county. They show 22,110 votes. Should be 3,723,” Archer added.

Archer did also attempt to play down the issue, saying that things like this “happen all the time.”

“No, the results didn’t change, no the canvass is not wrong. It will be corrected,” he added.

Arizona Secretary of State Katie Hobbs acknowledged the problem on Twitter, saying it was “due to an uploading error that posted Greenlee County’s results multiple times while uploading write-in candidate info.”

The error, she said, was corrected.

Arizona’s state legislature is set to meet on November 30 to hold a hearing in which testimony of electoral fraud I the state will be heard. Rudy Giuliani announced On Tuesday that it is “in everyone’s interest to have a full vetting of election irregularities and fraud.”

“And the only way to do this is with public hearings, complete with witnesses, videos, pictures and other evidence of illegalities from the November 3rd election,” he added.

With Hobbs and others welcome this investigation into irregularities in the November election>