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Election Security Breach in Arizona Being Hidden from Americans

There has been a lot of questions about the 2020 election where Joe Biden out of nowhere won over President Trump. It made no sense then and it continues to make no sense now considering the low energy that Biden portrayed and just how unpopular the old goat is.

It is obvious that the election was stolen by anyone with a working brain cell which explains why the liberals still believe Biden won fair and square.

Now there are audits being conducted all over the country in an attempt to figure out what went wrong and how it occurred but the plot continues to thicken as days go by.

However, there is a new development in the “what the hell happened on Nov. 3rd” saga and this was revealed in Steve Bannon’s War Room yesterday.

Constitutional Attorney Matt DePerno stated on Bannon’s show that his investigation has uncovered new voter fraud revelations in Michigan, Georgia, and Arizona.

 

 

Here is more from The Gateway Pundit:

Attorney Matt DePerno reported this morning on the Bannon War Room that there was a security breach of the registration servers in Arizona on November 3, 2020.  The corrupt Secretary of State Katie Hobbs knew about this as well as the Maricopa County Board of Supervisors but they kept it hidden.

Some big news dropped this morning regarding the security of the election in 2020 in Arizona.  According to Attorney Matt DePerno, there was a security breach of the registration servers in Arizona on November 3, 2020 (Election Day).  This breach was known by Secretary Katie Hobbs but to date, she kept it from the public.  The Maricopa County Board of Supervisors also knew about this but kept it hidden.

This was also shared on Gettr by the War Room:

 

Attorney Matt DePerno says they will be putting forth the evidence as soon as possible.

As more evidence of voter fraud is unearthed, there’s no denying that every state needs an audit!

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