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Ross: It’ll be time for another election by the time GOP finishes its quest to find voter fraud

Demonstrators in Arizona. (Getty Images)

The ballot recount in Arizona – intended to reveal once and for all if Donald Trump was a victim of massive vote fraud – is going slowly. But there’s a reason for that.

A reporter interviewed John Brakey, one of the self-appointed recount observers. He explained that they are taking super high-resolution pictures of each ballot.

“That camera right there is having facts,” Brakey said.

So, they want to see whether the percentage of folded ballots matches the known percentage of mailed-in ballots.

Because if there is a higher proportion of unfolded ballots than there should be, it would mean someone smuggled in a batch of pre-printed fake ballots.

Which is in fact is one of the allegations – that China did just that. That’s why they are also checking the ballot paper for bamboo content.

“Well, there’s accusations that 40,000 ballots were flown in [with] bamboo in the paper,” Brakey claimed.

Well, I hate to mention this, but you can buy printer paper right here in the United States made from sugar cane waste, which is pretty close to bamboo. It’s called TreeZero, marketed to people who want to save trees, … which, come to think of it, is just the kind of paper liberals would use to stuff a ballot box!

So, we had best prepare ourselves for the revelation that 40,000 Biden votes printed on suspicious paper were responsible for his narrow victory. Of course, the security at this recount is so lax, we won’t know whether they were smuggled in by China or … are being smuggled in right now.

The other problem is that Arizona’s 11 electoral votes are not enough to elect Trump, so other states will have to be “audited” until we find the necessary votes, which at this rate, would take at least three-and-a-half years, and by then it would be time to vote again anyway.

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