During an event at his Mar-A-Lago resort, former President Donald Trump suggested that the controversial GOP-led election audit in Arizona, which is conducted by a right-wing private company, could lead to his reinstatement as president.
“Let’s see what they find,” Trump told a cheering crowd. “Some very interesting things are happening in Arizona,” he noted in remarks captured on video at his Florida golf resort during his farewell remarks before he heads to New Jersey for the summer.
“Let’s see what they find. I wouldn’t be surprised if they found thousands and thousands and thousands of votes” for him, Trump added.
“After that we’ll watch Pennsylvania, and you watch Georgia, then you’re going to watch Michigan and Wisconsin, and you’re watching New Hampshire. They found a lot of votes up in New Hampshire just now … you saw that?” he added, though it was unclear what Trump was referring to.
“This was a rigged election, everybody knows it, and we’re going to be watching it very closely,” he concluded.
There’s absolutely no evidence it was a rigged election.
The disturbing audit of 2.1 million Maricopa County votes for president and Senate — races won by Democrats — is being headed up by the Cyber Ninjas company, which is owned by a promoter of the “Stop the Steal” lie that the election was rigged against Trump. Owner Doug Logan retweeted messages months ago that an audit of the Arizona would find hundreds of thousands of votes for Trump. The Florida-based Cyber Ninjas company has no experience with elections or ballots.
The firm, hired by Arizona’s GOP Senate, failed in court to keep its recount operation secret. Critics have slammed the operation as a Trump rally, and in no way a reputable audit of anything.
Watch Trump’s video below.
The one time leader of the free world who now lives alone in a hotel sharing buffets, common areas, and staff with strangers, yearns for attention and relevance so badly, he now stands on a patio step every night ranting to tens of people about a 6 month old election that he lost pic.twitter.com/xIuZ7jAkZD
— Mystery Solvent (@MysterySolvent) April 30, 2021