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Covering Up The Cover Up: Strange Things Happened This Weekend Wit Arizona Election Investigation

Maricopa County, a current hot zone in Arizona of 2020 election fraud claims, carelessly rejected any wrongdoing even after pictures spread online this weekend of what was asserted to be illegally shredded ballots pulled from a dumpster behind the Elections Department.

County spokeswoman Megan Gilbertson sent a statement to the Washington Examiner on Monday saying the county is informed of the images, which have been propelled around right-wing circles, but denied the materials obtained were from recent elections. "Maricopa County has not, and would never destroy, voted ballots until legally authorized to do so after the 24-month retention period," she said.

"The reality is the November General Election ballots are sealed and stored in the vault, not the warehouse," Gilbertson said. "The vault is under the watch of a 24-7 camera. None of the ballots or other General election materials from the vault were in the garbage, and as a matter of business, the county can and does throw out the trash."

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