Recently, we reported on the discovery of hundreds and possibly even thousands of ballots from the election found shredded and disposed of in a dumpster.
These ballots appear to be from the past November election.
The discovery was made just prior to when an audit was finally supposed to take place in Maricopa County, Arizona to investigate whether or not fraud occurred during the election. Of course, we know that it did, now it’s just a matter of being able to gather enough indisputable evidence to put some people behind bars.
Well, the Democrats are still at their tricks and they’re not going to go down without a fight. In order for them to not get caught, they need to destroy all of the evidence that they can in order to hide their crimes.
Something else VERY suspicious happened following the discovery of the shredded ballots. A barn caught on fire on a farm. Doesn’t sound suspicious at all right? Well, the barn belonged to one of the Maricopa Country Board of Supervisors.
According to AZCentral:
Two barns were destroyed and an estimated 165,000 hens died Saturday in a fire at the Hickman’s Family Farms location in Arlington, about an hour west of Phoenix, according to officials.
Firefighters responded to a report of the fire at the farm around 1 p.m. and were able to contain the second-alarm fire by about 4 p.m., said Sarah Mendoza, a spokesperson for Buckeye Valley Fire District.
An unidentified man was hospitalized in stable condition for smoke inhalation, Mendoza said. No firefighters were injured.
So the question is were there more ballots inside his barn? Was it deliberately set on on fire? Again, I don’t think we’re going to get to the bottom of this one either because it’s up to the board supervisor as to whether or not to push an investigation and you know they won’t want to do that.