On Saturday, June 12, the final day of the hand recount of 2.1 million ballots cast in Maricopa County, former Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens, was highly confident in the integrity of the six weeks long operation. Greitens was one of the delegates who toured the process, along with six Wisconsin Republican lawmakers.
Significant discrepancies in ballot totals are expected in votes cast in the fourth most populous county in the United States, according to Gateway Pundit.
Speaking with TGP Reporter Jordan Conradson, Greitens, a former Navy SEAL, said it was a “very thoughtful process with tremendous integrity.”
“As you know, Missouri is known as the show me state, …” said Greitens, “They showed me, they showed the people in Missouri, and they’re showing the country, the way to do a proper audit, …”
The former conservative governor projected that Maricopa County would set an example for the other states and clarify the confusing accusations between both parties about the 2020 election results.
“This is catching on,” he said, anticipating “a Freight Train of Audits across the country as patriots stand up and demand to know what really happened in the 2020 election.“
When Conradson mentioned the recent announcement from the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ), which promised to scrutinize post-election audits for any violation of federal statutory requirements, Greitens said there would be tough resilience to protect the sacredness of voting transparency.
The Wisconsin representative was counting on multiple officials in Arizona that were “leaders who are fighters,”—those that would “stand up, not just against the left, but also against the mainstream media, stand up against the RINO establishment to make sure that people have faith and confidence in their elections.”
Everyone is waiting for the audit conclusion, expecting it likely to show significant differences compared to the results certified in the November election, Greitens confidently asserted “If they don’t have the ballots, they don’t have the victory.”
For Greitens it’s very simple “If you won then you need to have the ballots to prove that you won.”
Testifying the integrity of the hand counting process, which he praised as “extraordinarily well done,” he believed that all 50 states of America should send representatives to Arizona to observe the state’s effort to reinforce the validity of election results.
“I think all 50 states should be sending representatives here to see what a quality audit looks like,” Greitens stated. He added that Georgia, Pennsylvania, Wisconsin, and Michigan were those that needed similar audits the most because “the people have to have confidence in their elections.”
Greitens, the former Missouri governor, is currently running for the United States Senate. He presents himself as a conservative and staunch Trump supporter who also believes that the 2020 presidential election was rigged.