Republican-Led Audit In Arizona Has Raised $5.7 Million In Private Donations | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

Republican-Led Audit In Arizona Has Raised $5.7 Million In Private Donations

The firm hired to conduct an audit of the 2020 presidential election in Arizona’s Maricopa County reported raising nearly $6 million in private donations meant to help fund the effort.

Cyber Ninjas, a private contracting firm from Florida that is leading the effort, said that it raised $5.7 million, the majority of which came from five groups that backed debunked claims made by former President Donald Trump that the election was stolen. Their announcement was first reported by The Washington Post.

Arizona’s Republican-led state Senate also devoted $150,000 in taxpayer money to finance the effort, but most of the controversial firm’s work has been driven by those who believe that the election was stolen.

One group headed by One America News host Christina Bobb reportedly gave over $600,000 to the audit. Bobb recently asked viewers to donate to the effort while on air, according to the Post.

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