(VIDEO) More Monkey Business in Arizona; Mail-In Ballots Break Chain-of-Custody

“Those who vote decide nothing. Those who count the vote decide everything.” ― Joseph Stalin

For those of you who may be unaware of it, Democrat candidate for the governorship of Arizona, Katie Hobbs, already has a day job. That would be as the Grand Canyon State’s Secretary of State.

Nothing like the federal government’s Sec. of State (SoS), the Arizona SoS’s primary responsibility is as the “Chief Election Officer for the State” according to the official website for this particular office.

In other words, Katie Hobbs is in-charge of counting the votes.

As of 6PM on Nov 13, 2022, the governor’s race is 89 percent counted and verified, with Hobbs with a razor-thin lead over Republican challenger Kari Lake. Here’re the numbers so far;

  • Hobbs: 1,166,494 — 50.8% of the vote
  • Lake: 1,130,308 — 49.2% of the vote

But here’s where things get interesting.

As seen in the video below, reporter Ben Bergquam of Real America’s Voice News recorded at least one large box truck filled with mail-in ballots didn’t go from the US Post Office directly to the Maricopa County election office, as they were supposed to.

Caught on video, the same rental truck instead went from the post office “directly to its print vendor Runbeck Election Services, which is headquartered in Phoenix.”

As reported by Jim Hoft of the Gateway Pundit (emphasis mine);

Arizona Ballots Make Stop at Runbeck Printing Company to Sort Ballots Before They Are Sent to County — WITH NO OBSERVERS.

Ben Bergquam was outside the Maricopa County election center and followed a Penske truck leave the center and return to Runbeck. Once at Runbeck, the gate is closed.

Every mail-in ballot that is returned in the county is sent to Runbeck first.

Runbeck is scanning the Maricopa ballots before they are sent to the Maricopa County Elections Center.

Maricopa County is the only jurisdiction in the country that picks up completed ballots at USPS Processing Distribution Center, but doesn’t bring them back to the election department or tabulation center.

Maricopa County picks up mail-in ballots and takes them directly to its print vendor Runbeck Election Services, which is headquartered in Phoenix.

Every single completed mail-in ballot, whether mailed or dropped off at a polling place, goes to Runbeck. All mail-in ballots collected on election day, and the previous few days, are sitting at Runbeck headquarters. Maricopa has no idea how many ballots are in their possession because the ballots are at their print vendor.

I’m sure that many of you are already aware that on Nov. 8 (election day), one-in-five of Maricopa County’s election machines magically happened to malfunction.

Remember, it’s the primary responsibility for Katie Hobbs to ensure the vote goes smoothly.

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