Maricopa County under audit again as the state Senate awaits an answer on chain of custody questions

An investigation into the Maricopa County, Arizona has shown evidence of massive violations of voting law in the 2020 presidential election, according to Revival News.

According to the report, including data from Verity Vote, there were 740,000 ballots that were accepted and counted without the proper chain of custody documentation intact.

The chain of custody documentation violation puts the results in jeopardy of being outside of the acceptability of Arizona Law.

“Maricopa County failed to record the number of ballots on 1,514 out of 1,895 unique chain of custody documents and failed to record signatures on 48 of these documents. There is no way of knowing how many ballots these invalid documents accounted for or inserted into the system,” Revival News reported.

The Arizona Senate’s full forensic audit report has been delivered to the Arizona Attorney General, and we are awaiting the results of his criminal investigation.

According to a report by The Gateway Pundit, there have been auditors tasked with analyzing the logs for the ballots used in the 2020 election and looking to find answers for the Senate inquiries.

“The violations identified are important because failure to maintain chain of custody and properly document ballot retrieval and transport makes it impossible to verify the origin of the ballots counted in an election,” the publication reported.

“Arizona Law outlines specific requirements for secure ballot retrieval and chain of custody procedures for the transfer of voted ballots from drop boxes and vote centers. Maricopa County officials violated Arizona law and do not have the required chain of custody for at least 740,000 ballots.”

The answers could confirm accusations by former President Donald Trump’s assertion that the election was not accurately awarded in the 2020 presidential election.