Of Course, PA Wants Their Own Audit Now…

I’m sure by now, you’ve heard all about the election audit going on in the battleground state of Arizona. From the Democrats, you hear that it’s not valid and that the process will be a complete failure. Meanwhile, Republicans claim that every effort to maintain voter integrity and the security of ballots is being attended to.

Naturally, the controversy has led to many wanting to see what’s actually going on at the Veterans Memorial Coliseum in Phoenix, where the audit is taking place. And unlike Democratic voting officials, the forensic audit team is opening the doors for ultimate transparency.

On Tuesday, for example, it was announced that a delegation including several senators and US Representatives from Pennsylvania were to be allowed in for a full tour of the audit facility. That tour took place on Wednesday.

As One America News Network’s Christina Bobb reported, “They’ve expressed interest in the Arizona audit and possibly replicating this in Pennsylvania. They are getting a behind-the-scenes tour tomorrow… they’re going to get to hear from the auditors exactly what is happening.”

Bobb explained that there had been lots of “criticism” about the audit before the tour, namely regarding just how voter integrity and the secret ballot were being maintained. Additionally, it was suggested, by those leaning a bit more to the left, that one demographic or another could be somehow oppressed or silenced by the audit.

The tour and ability for those concerns to be addressed gives “an opportunity for them to get out and see exactly what’s happening in Arizona – and if they like what they see, take it back to Pennsylvania.”

As Bobb continued, she said that many states with concerns such as Pennsylvania were unsure that such transparency would be available to them, even though that’s exactly what the Arizona senator said. But now that one state and one that’s typically a bit more left-leaning even has gotten a tour, she thinks others will soon request a tour as well.

“And I think once they realize that the Senate was honest and being real when they said, ‘Hey, we welcome any state to come take a look at this,’ then I think we’re going to start seeing other states follow suit.”

So what came of the tour?

Well, it appears the delegation like what they say, indeed. As of Wednesday evening, The Wall Street Journal was already reporting that Pennsylvania would be making moves to begin their own audit.

Now, obviously, this isn’t a sure thing as of yet. After all, it took weeks and even months for the Arizona audit to be approved of and much deliberation about how it would happen. And Georgia, as they have recently begun a similar auditing process, is seeing much of the same hesitation by Democratic state officials.

Pennsylvania, too, will have much work to do before their audit is allowed to actually begin.

Although, I don’t know why anyone in their right mind would want to prohibit such a search for truth. And Pennsylvania has more reasons than most to question the 2020 election process.

Just one of the irregularities reported by the state that supposedly went to now-President Joe Biden is that somehow the state ended up with 202,377 more ballots cast than the number of registered voters in the state.

Tell me how that makes sense!

Another report involves some 70,000 unopened mail-in ballots being found in a poll center back room that were never counted…

Wouldn’t you, no matter what party you belonged to, want to know how this happened and makes efforts so that it couldn’t happen again? I mean, who would ever trust our election process if stuff like this is going on?

I sure wouldn’t.

And that’s precisely why states like Arizona ended up allowing the audit. If Georgia and now Pennsylvania were smart, they too would be looking for more answers and fewer coverups.

No matter how you look at it, the apparent need for transparency in our voting process is trending, which can only be a good thing.