President Trump had a few things to say about the Maricopa County audit happening right now in Arizona.
In a speech at Mar-a-Lago, Trump stood in front of a crowd and said “let’s see what they find” in reference to the Maricopa County audit.
He then went on to say that he “wouldn’t be surprised if they found thousand and thousands and thousands of votes”.
He continued and stated he has his eyes on Pennsylvania, Georgia, Michigan, Wisconsin, and New Hampshire too.
Check out the moment he said it here:
And here’s a backup of the video saved safely to Rumble:
The Gateway Pundit is always ready to cover a hot story and shared these details:
President Trump spoke this week at his home in Mar-a-Lago about the ongoing forensic audit in Arizona.
President Trump warned what was coming next following the Arizona audit.
President Trump: “Now let’s see what they find you’ll watch Pennsylvania, Georgia, Michigan, Wisconsin, and New Hampshire. They found a lot of votes up in New Hampshire JUST NOW…”
What President Trump was referring to in the video is the domino effect, if Arizona falls then we should expect other states to fall too.
NBC 12 News covered the latest status of the Maricopa County audit Trump was referring to:
There are 15 days and counting until the controversial audit of Maricopa County’s 2020 election results is supposed to be finished.
The point man for the audit process, former Secretary of State Ken Bennett, gave an update to a local radio host on Thursday about how the audit is going.
It comes on the same day of renewed calls for Justice Department oversight.
Bennett says volunteers had counted about 150,000. It’s a small fraction of the 2.1 million total they must finish in just over two weeks.
Speaking on KTAR News 92.3 FM, Bennett said examiners aren’t just counting ballots. They are looking for folds in ballots to reflect that they were indeed mailed. The vast majority of the ballots should have folds.
They are looking for signs that ballots may have been xeroxed instead of being filled out with pens. There is no evidence that’s taken place that has been reported by any federal agency.
And they are looking for watermarks, which are sometimes used on government documents but are not used on ballots.