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VIDEO: Arizona AG Brnovich Plays With Nunchucks Amid Calls For Investigation Following Maricopa County Audit

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Amid widespread calls for Arizona Attorney Mark Brnovich, who is also running for Senate, to launch an investigation into the results of the Maricopa County forensic audit of the 2020 Presidential Election, Brnovich has instead posted a video of him playing with nunchucks to Twitter.

The results of the forensic audit of Maricopa County revealed enough potential fraud and voting irregularities to throw Joe Biden’s initial margin of “victory” into serious question, prompting calls from Arizona legislators and GOP Chair Kelli Ward for Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich to launch an investigation into Maricopa County’s handling of the last election.

Amid these calls, Brnovich posted a video of him playing with nunchucks. “You want the nunchucks,” Brnovich declared. “You got the nunchucks.”

As National File previously reported regarding the forensic audit’s findings, the number of voting irregularities exceed Joe Biden’s margin of victory.

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“All voters within the Final Voted File, or VM55, was cross-checked against a commercially available data source provided by Melissa called Personator and 86,391 individuals were found with no record in the database for either their name, or anyone with the same last name at the address in the VM55 file,” according to page 56 of the report entitled “Maricopa County Forensic Election Audit: Volume III: Result Details.”

One staggering finding from the forensic audit was that a massive 255,326 Early Votes did not have a corresponding record in Maricopa County’s voter file, with 284,412 ballot images being “corrupt or missing.”

“PLUS election results DELETED and purged after the election, including on the date before the audit began,” tweeted Liz Harrington. “AND Liz Harris’s wide-ranging canvass which revealed 173,104 lost votes and 96,389 ghost votes — a CONSERVATIVE estimate.”

National File Senior Reporter Patrick Howley wrote on September 28:

Cyber Ninjas CEO Doug Logan said at a hearing before Arizona state senators Thursday that his election audit found more than 74,000 mail-in ballots that were counted in Maricopa County with no record of them being sent to the voters, and that the standard of verification for mail-in ballots dropped down to zero during the counting process. Logan is demanding the full library of mail-in ballot images from Maricopa County, which the county has not provided to him. Biden’s official lead in Arizona stands at only 10,457 votes.

“We have 74,243 mail-in ballots where there is no clear record of them being sent,” Doug Logan said. “And so we have 74,000 where we have them came back from individuals where we don’t have a clear indication that they were ever sent out to them.”

Brnovich faces a crowded field of candidates vying for the Republican Party nomination to challenge U.S. Senator Mark Kelly, the newly elected Democrat who dropped his lawsuit against National File. Among them are Blake Masters, who has been among those calling for election integrity since November of 2020, and Jim Lamon, a solar energy entrepreneur who was the first candidate to enter the race.

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