First Georgia, Now Arizona – How Many More Secretaries of State Illegally Certified Their 2020 Election Result Without Having Legally Mandated Chain of Custody Documentation on Every Ballot?
- It’s likely that many, many states are in violation of the proper chain of custody documentation in the 2020 Election resulting in their current results being invalid.
- The legal definition of chain of custody is this:
In criminal and civil law, the term “chain of custody” refers to the order in which items of evidence have been handled during the investigation of a case. Proving that an item has been properly handled through an unbroken chain of custody is required for it to be legally considered as evidence in court.
- Chain of custody is required in elections in many states, if not all, to ensure that ballots counted in an election are properly administered and handled in a manner that there are no questions about the validity of the ballot. Every move the ballot makes is recorded and authorized.
- We’ve known for months that Georgia’s Secretary of State Raffensperger certified Georgia’s 2020 Election results without having in possession the legally required chain of custody documentation for over 350,000 ballots in his state.
- Last night we learned that Arizona’s Maricopa County with over 60% of the votes in the state will not provide the chain of custody documentation for any ballots in the county to auditors.
- If this documentation can’t be provided, this means that Soros backed Secretary of state Katie Hobbs also illegally certified the results in her state.
- What you want to bet that the election results certified in other states like Wisconsin, Pennsylvania, Michigan, Minnesota, New Hampshire, Virginia and more, don’t have the legally required documentation on all the ballots in their states?