A throng of angry Arizona voters blasted the Maricopa County Board of Supervisors on Wednesday at its first public meeting since last week’s botched midterm elections.
Attendees expressed disgust at the numerous suspicious mishaps that occurred on Election Day, including widespread voting machine malfunctions and printers that spat out errors and rejected ballots.
“The election needs to be nullified because of the problems,” one woman said in a video “montage” of comments shared on Twitter by Nicole Grigg of KNXV-TV in Phoenix.
“There’s no other way to do this but to have another election — to completely scrap this,” a man said.
“We need ballots that are paper. It needs to be counted in one day,” another man said.
Another frustrated voter demanded to know: “Why were there ballots that were 19-inch in inventory — that were probably sent to Republican locations — that jammed the machines, when he knew that it took 20-inch [ballots]?
“Why were there even 19-inch ballots in inventory?”
One angry voter told the board she was “just disgusted by your behaviors and your decisions that you’ve made. And look at all these people out there who are suffering so badly because of your — falsehoods, let’s just say.”
Maricopa County, AZ Board of Supervisors were called on to resign, nullify the election, use paper ballots & more
Here’s a quick 2:20 video compilation I did of the 1st public meeting post Election Day
This went on for over an hour, so did a quick montage of public comment ⤵️ pic.twitter.com/T4BvYUtivo
— Nicole Grigg (@NicoleSGrigg) November 16, 2022
Another man said he knew some families who were interested in moving to Arizona but no longer want to come there because of the potential voter fraud that may have occurred this election cycle.
The many voters who spoke at Wednesday’s meeting were fed up with the antics that went down on Election Day — for which the public still has not been given any reasonable explanation.
At several points, applause broke out among the audience as disenfranchised voters accused the Maricopa County Board of Supervisors of gross incompetence and mismanagement.
Last week’s chaotic midterm elections echoed the dumpster-fire election night in November 2020.
In the aftermath of that election, countless Americans who questioned the irregularities that occurred were censored or bullied into silence, and little action was taken to ensure the integrity of this year’s midterms.
As a result, many voters have been left feeling disenfranchised by the events last week.
We need to understand that the so-called box three ballots (misread ballots) were mixed with the tabulated ballots in some centers. This means that we don’t have an accurate vote count. And it is a clear violation of the Maricopa and Arizona rules. #AZVoterSupression @KariLake
— Floyd Brown (@floydbrown) November 15, 2022
MARICOPA COUNTY: North Scottsdale voting location having “technical difficulties” with their printers, folks are being urged to visit other locations in order to cast their ballots.
“Might wanna go somewhere else guys, their printers are all screwed up” pic.twitter.com/h9bqqmctLk
— Madison McClean (@MadisonMcClean) November 8, 2022
Poll worker in Maricopa County confirms “nothing’s working” for the last half hour. Explains misread ballots will get counted downtown tonight. pic.twitter.com/DO6BxhV7Vq
— Charlie Kirk (@charliekirk11) November 8, 2022
BREAKING: Reports out of Maricopa county of Machines “not working” and ballots being “misread”
WHAT IS GOING ON?
— Benny Johnson (@bennyjohnson) November 8, 2022
If you are one of the thousands of Maricopa County voters that experienced serious issues on Election Day, some attorneys would like to hear your story. Visit: https://t.co/bsCv5z3BQU
— Charlie Kirk (@charliekirk11) November 17, 2022
BREAKING: Maricopa County voters sound off on issues they faced voting on Election Day pic.twitter.com/Otedr1KKMg
— Jack Posobiec 🇺🇸 (@JackPosobiec) November 14, 2022
No civilized nation can survive if its citizenry loses faith in its most cherished institutions, especially in the concept of fair and free elections.
The shenanigans we witnessed in 2020 — and again last week — cannot occur every election cycle and must be addressed this time around.
This article appeared originally on The Western Journal.