EXCLUSIVE: Leaked Emails From Maricopa County Recorder Stephen Richer Reveal Voter Fraud Concerns Before 2020 Election

EXCLUSIVE: Leaked Emails From Maricopa County Recorder Stephen Richer Reveal Voter Fraud Concerns Before 2020 Election

In 2018, Maricopa County Recorder Stephen Richer was tasked by the Arizona GOP with auditing the 2018 midterm election after serious concerns over fraud and elections law violations. His findings were inconclusive due to then Recorder Adrian Fontes’ failure to produce requested documents.

Now, Leaked Emails From Stephen Richer reveal there were concerns of voter fraud long before 2020 election.

The Newly released emails were from November 2019. The correspondence show Maricopa County Recorder Stephen Richer expressing his concerns about voter fraud and unscrupulous elections officials before the rigged 2020 election.

The emails were made available to The Gateway Pundit by We The People AZ Alliance‘s Shelby Busch, who was the other person on the email correspondence.

According to The Gateway Pundit, the Maricopa County Recorder’s office has defied requests from the Arizona Attorney General for his criminal investigation into the sham 2020 election.

Recorder Stephen Richer would go on to run for office in 2020 on the exact same points. During which time he told voters that former Maricopa County Recorder Adrian Fontes is a “criminal.”

One year before his election, Richer wrote,

“This confidence has been further damaged by the fact that Fontes has not given a full accounting for his actions in the election, and his Office has failed to produce documents in response to the multiple records requests put forward by the Republican and its surrogate (me).”

Richer expressed concerns over ballot harvesting, signature verifications, human bias, duplication of ballots, voter roll maintenance, and policy that enables election fraud in these emails. He believed there was something wrong and as it turned out there really was.

In regards to ballot duplication due to unreadable ballots, Richer suggests that we “simply throw it away because human oversight is an imperfect art.” He further states that it is likely the voter’s own fault if their ballot is unreadable.

Richer even showed support for post-election door-to-door canvassing efforts. In the last email, Richer says that the best way to know if someone lives at the address they voted from would be to go and canvass the residence.

Maricopa County and election fraud deniers have claimed that post-election canvassing is equivalent to “voter intimidation.”

Stephen Richer won the 2020 election but somehow refused to get to the bottom of the stolen 2020 election. And now it seems he was just appealing to voters with his rhetoric, or worse, paid off upon taking office?

The Maricopa County full forensic election audit discovered multiple elections law violations and over 700,000 ballot discrepancies. An additional investigation found 740,000 ballots lacking chain of custody documentation in Maricopa County alone. And citizen-led canvassing efforts in Maricopa County also discovered hundreds of thousands of potential “ghost votes” and “lost votes.”

While Stephen Richer was quick to spot the fraud and called it out early, when he got into position of power, he became mute.

Stephen Richer’s worries came true, but he refuses to do anything about it.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

Back to top button