Last Updated on June 1, 2021
Pennsylvania has sent a delegation of state legislators to Arizona for a full tour of the audit facility on Wednesday, reports Christina Bobb of One America News.
As the Gateway Pundit reported, “Christina Bobb broke this news moments ago on One America News that Pennsylvania sent a delegation out to Arizona on Tuesday. They expressed interest in the Arizona audit and will get on-the-scene tour of the audit facility on Wednesday.”
“Pennsylvania actually has sent a delegation out here. They’ve expressed interest in the Arizona audit and possibly replicating this in Pennsylvania. So there is a delegation of state legislators from Pennsylvania that are arrive in Arizona today,” said Bobb. “They are getting a behind-the-scenes tour tomorrow. I’m hoping to catch up with them tomorrow, so hopefully we’ll have some of that.”
“This is going to be 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,” continued Bobb.
Bobb revealed that other states are expressing interest with the Arizona audit and could possibly replicate the process. This comes as election integrity efforts continue to gain support from Republican voters after the highly controversial 2020 Presidential election, which President Donald Trump has referred to as the most “corrupt” election in the history of the United States.
“I think once they’ve realized that the [Arizona] 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 are going to start seeing other states follow suit,” said Bobb. “It will be interesting, and I think quite telling, to see which states and which leaders from different states actually take the initiative to come out here because certainly election integrity is a hot topic right now, and it probably will be for the foreseeable future.”
“This is ground zero, this is the place to be. So I think we can expect to see a lot more key decision makers coming out to take a closer look at Arizona.”