Last Updated on September 21, 2021
Steve Chucri, Maricopa County Supervisor for District Four, can be heard in a leaked phone call saying that he believed mass voter fraud was conducted in Arizona through “dead people voting” and “ballot harvesting.”
In audio of a phone call from January 22nd, originally obtained by The Gateway Pundit, between Chucri and Shelby Busch from election integrity group We The People AZ Alliance, the Maricopa Supervisor argued that a “multifaceted” campaign of voter fraud was conducted in Arizona. “I think it was through dead people voting,” Chucri told Busch. Busch noted her organization had been attacked by the mainstream media for pushing evidence as simply being “conspiracy and unfounded truth,” prompting Chucri to interject that “ballot harvesting” may have also taken place in the election.
The audio from the January call came before Maricopa County conducted their own partial audit of 2% of the ballots, with the entire Board, including Chucri, later advocating that this was proof of no fraud existing, and a clean election having been conducted. However, in audio taken from a meeting between Chucri, Busch, and fellow WTP AZ Alliance member Steve Robinson, he described this “audit” and recount as being “pretty bullsh*t,” despite the later public defense of it. He added his “biggest mistake” was not listening to Rep Andy Biggs who said to conduct an initial audit with far higher ballot numbers. (READ MORE: Maricopa County Supervisor Says Board Members Were Scared Audit Would Show They Lost In Leaked Audio)
As National File reported, Chucri even suggested that certain board members wanted to stop the full forensic audit because they were worried that such an audit could show they had actually lost. “[Bill] Gates got scared because he barely won,” Chucri said. “And [Chairman of the Board Jack Sellers] got scared because he only won by 200 votes,” he continued, describing their actions as being “self-serving.”
The final results of the Maricopa audit will be available on Friday at 1 p.m. Arizona time. “Because we have no hearing rooms it will be presented to Chairman Petersen and Senate President Fann. Gallery will be open to public,” tweeted State Senator Rogers, confirming a full livestream will be available to watch. The results were initially set to be released sooner, but the process was delayed after two members of the Cyber Ninjas, including Cyber Ninjas CEO Doug Logan, caught the coronavirus.