Alleged DOD official says illegal ballots were offloaded from plane in Arizona, then driven to Maricopa County to rig the election
By Ethan Huff // Dec 29, 2020

Arizona Republican Party chairwoman Kelli Ward has filed a lawsuit alleging widespread problems with the 2020 vote count in her state.


Mail-in ballot signatures were not properly verified, she says, and some ballots were illegally duplicated. This resulted in President Donald Trump not receiving all of his votes, many of which were flipped and given to Joe Biden.

If these and other ballots issues were allowed to be examined, the lawsuit alleges, then it would become undeniably clear that Biden did not win the state of Arizona, and that it should have gone to Trump.

Ward's lawsuit has already been struck down both in Arizona's Superior Court and Supreme Court. The latter ruled that the case does not provide any evidence of "misconduct" or "illegal votes," nor does it "establish any degree of fraud or a sufficient error rate that would undermine the certainty of the election results."

Ward responded by escalating the matter to the United States Supreme Court, accusing the lower courts of failing to give Republicans enough time to properly inspect ballots and prove "uncounted" or "flipped" votes for Trump because of a "safe harbor" case deadline of Dec. 8.

Since the Electoral College met just a week later on Dec. 14, there was simply not enough time to get to the bottom of the situation. Consequently, Ward wants the case to be heard at the national level, a prospect that has the potential to change the outcome of the election, at least in Arizona.

How many illegal ballots were fed through the ballot counting machines in Arizona?

Reports are also emerging out of Arizona to suggest that illegal ballots were brought into the state by airplanes, which dumped them off at Phoenix Sky Harbor Airport after the election.

Stew Peters, host of The Politically Correct Radio Show, announced in a tweet that he has in his possession real proof of voter fraud that must be addressed in the interest of pursuing a free and fair election.

"I'm on the phone getting a detailed account of events from Phoenix Sky Harbor Airport from the night of Nov 7," Peters wrote. "Cannot believe my ears. I have documents, videos, photos and audio recordings that will prove illegal, fraudulent ballots were on planes."

Peters wrote in a separate tweet that the proof he was supposedly given "will certainly bring clarity to Patriots all over America."

"There were, unequivocally, ballots on a plane, and they were phony!" he added.

Peters says he has numerous audio tapes from a man who allegedly played a role in "providing security" for the airplane full of illegal ballots. This individual is "politically connected," Peters says, and "recently sat with the governor."

This same person was supposedly behind the lines at a vote tabulation center in Arizona, which suggests he may have been directly involved in feeding the illegal ballots through ballot counting machines.

"I have all the tapes," Peters says. "One small video ties ALL of it together. I just want you to have the whole picture. 100% the tapes WILL drop. Patriots deserve to know!"

We already know that nearly 800,000 votes in Arizona were "laundered" through the system, this monumental number being more than enough to switch the state to a Trump victory.

"We can't say that this is credible evidence, but since he has sworn affidavits it means that he is legally responsible if this case is proven to be fake!" reports Red State Nation.

More of the latest news about voter fraud in the 2020 election can be found at You can also support attorney Sidney Powell's efforts to remedy the election fraud situation by visiting her Defending the Republic website.

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