ARIZONA AUDIT: Grassroots Canvass Identifies 299,493 Missing Votes Reflecting 2600% Of Biden’s Victory Margin

PHOENIX — A bombshell report out of Maricopa County, Arizona Thursday identified 299,493 lost, ghost, and inaccurate votes relating to the 2020 presidential election.

After conducting interviews with voters in Arizona’s most contested county, the Maricopa County Canvass report authored by Liz Harris detailed “major” findings pertaining to the scale that voter fraud was committed.

At least 270 votes cast in Maricopa County for the 2020 presidential election were either manipulated or missing, Harris told Right Side Broadcasting. Further, Harris found that more than a third of Arizonans interviewed indicated that they did vote, despite there being no record of them doing so.

“34.23 percent of people that we had a record of not having voted said ‘What do you mean? I voted. Yes, I did.’ And that is one of our greatest findings,” Harris told RSB. “Where did these votes go? And that’s why we’re calling these lost votes.”

The number of “lost” votes the report identified is 173,104, or the equivalent of nearly three Sun Devil stadiums, she added. “2.5 times that stadium is the number of people in Maricopa County whose votes were lost,” Harris said.

“Nine out of ten people actually thanked us for coming to their door,” Harris told Steve Bannon’s “War Room.”

“These are American citizens living in Maricopa County who cast a vote, primarily by mail, in the election and yet there is no record of their vote with the county and it was not counted in the reported vote totals for the election.”  

“The results in the report are from the last two months of canvassing,” Harris told Bannon. “Our questions, they were really simple.  What method did you use to vote. Did you receive extra ballots? What did you do with those extra ballots? How many registered voters are supposed to be here, and how many actually voted? Not once do we ask who the person voted for.”

TRUMP ON BANNON ARREST: ‘Sad’ But ‘Nothing To Do With Me’

WASHINGTON — President Donald Trump on Thursday reacted to the arrest of Steve Bannon, who once served as one of the president’s closest advisors.

“I haven’t been dealing with him for a long period of time as most of the people in the room know,” Trump told reporters. “He was involved in our campaign. He worked for a lot of companies, but he was involved likewise in our campaign and for a small part of the administration, very early on. I haven’t been dealing with him at all.”

Bannon and three other individuals, Brian Kolfage, Andrew Badolato, and Timothy Shaw, were arrested early Thursday on charges that they had “orchestrated a scheme to defraud hundreds of thousands of dollars” in connection with the “We Build The Wall” online fundraising campaign.

Authorities allege the foursome used hundreds of thousands of dollars from a crowdfunding campaign that raised more than $25 million to build a wall along the U.S. southern border for their own purposes.

“I know nothing about the project other than I didn’t like when I read about it, I didn’t like it,” Trump said. “I said this is for government, this isn’t for private people. It sounded to me like showboating. I think I let my opinion be very strongly stated at the time I didn’t like it. It was showboating and maybe looking for funds…I don’t know that he was in charge. I don’t know any of the other people either.”

“I don’t think that should be a privately financed wall,” the president added. “It’s too complex and too big.

When asked by reporters about others from his 2016 presidential campaign who have since been arrested and convicted, including former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn, campaign manager Paul Manafort, attorney Michael Cohen and confidant Roger Stone, Trump lashed back.

“They spied on our campaign illegally and if you look at all of the things and all of the scandals they had, they had tremendous lawlessness.”

ROGER STONE: Behold the ‘treachery’ that is Steve Bannon

WASHINGTON (The Daily Caller) — The Washington Post reported that former White House Chief Strategist Steve Bannon testified for the Grand Jury yesterday regarding his communications with me regarding the Wikileaks disclosures in October 2016.

The Special Counsel is reportedly probing whether I somehow directed or urged Wikileaks to release the allegedly hacked e-mails from the DNC in the wake of the Billy Bush accusations against Trump on Oct. 7. I did not — and there is no evidence to the contrary. In fact, Wikileaks Publisher Julian Assange announced his release schedule on Oct. 2.

When Assange held a press event Oct. 2 (Oct. 3 U.S. time) and did not release any documents that day as had been widely expected, Bannon e-mailed me asking why.

I had long predicted an October release based on Assange’s June 2016 CNN interview with Anderson Cooper in which he said he had a trove of documents on Hillary and would release them. I had been told this would come in October for months by my source Randy Credico who I identified for the House Intelligence committee.

Then Bannon (or his hatchet man Sam Nunberg) leaked this e-mail exchange to the various media outlets.

The source of Assange’s Security Concerns came from Credico

On March 9, 2018, I wrote on Stone Cold Truth:

When Assange made no disclosures on October 1st, Alex Jones was among those publicly m*therfucking Assange for losing his nerve. Credico told me that Assange had demurred on October 1st because of the concerns of one of his lawyers, Daniel Ellsberg, about threats to Assange’s life if he went forward with the disclosures. Remember, Hillary Clinton actually advocated the use of a drone strike to kill Assange in London, in order to prevent the disclosure of what she knew he had.

Credico told me that Secretary of State John Kerry had astonishingly gone to British Prime Minister Teresa May and asked that Britain rescind its diplomatic recognition of Ecuador for one day, stripping Assange of his asylum, so that United and British authorities could storm the Embassy and seize Assange …

Credico predicted that Assange “would do the right thing” and in fact Assange announced the schedule of a serious of forthcoming disclosures in his October 2nd remarks, which was little noticed by the press. He would follow this schedule to devastating effect.

More importantly my prediction of “a load every week going forward” is based on Assange’s own public announcement hours before-that there would be weekly releases going through and beyond the election and not any communication with Wikileaks or Assange. Politico reported this.

When Bannon’s minion Matt Boyle asked me if what Assange had was “good” I replied it was, based on Credico’s insistence the material was “devastating,” “bombshell” and would “change the race.” This turned out to be right, although — as I have testified — I never knew the content or source of the Wikileaks disclosures in advance.

Bannon’s animus toward me stems from a column I wrote for the Daily Caller arguing that he had outlived his usefulness in the Trump White House and should be fired. The next day, he was.

Bannon also told the Washington Post that the idea to bring the woman victims to the debate was his while the paper trail tells a very different story.

If the Grand Jury was told that either of my comments to Bannon were based on anything other than information I had already attributed to my source under oath or information reported publicly that day, they were misled.

What I am guilty of is using publicly available information and a solid tip to bluff, posture, hype and punk Democrats on Twitter. This is called “politics.” It’s not illegal.

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BANNON BOWS: President’s embattled former top advisor apologizes for anti-Trump comments

WASHINGTON, D.C. — As the battle between Donald Trump and former advisor Steve Bannon rages on, the Breitbart chair seems to be having second thoughts on firing the next shot.

In a statement issued to Axios on Sunday (https://www.axios.com/scoop-bannon-sends-regret-to-trump-1515329924-dbfe9439-59e0-4773-8d3d-079e5ee2b493.html), Bannon issued a sweeping apology for negative comments he made about his former boss, Donald Trump, and Trump’s son, Donald Trump, Jr., regarding Trump Jr’s meeting with Russian officials during the 2016 presidential campaign. A new book, “Fire and Fury,” quoted Bannon as calling Trump Jr “unpatriotic” for agreeing to the meeting.

“Donald Trump, Jr. is both a patriot and a good man. He has been relentless in his advocacy for his father and the agenda that has helped turn our country around,” said Bannon. “My support is also unwavering for the president and his agenda — as I have shown daily in my national radio broadcasts, on the pages of Breitbart News and in speeches and appearances from Tokyo and Hong Kong to Arizona and Alabama.”

“President Trump was the only candidate that could have taken on and defeated the Clinton apparatus. I am the only person to date to conduct a global effort to preach the message of Trump and Trumpism; and remain ready to stand in the breach for this president’s efforts to make America great again,” Bannon’s statement continued.

“My comments about the meeting with Russian nationals came from my life experiences as a Naval officer stationed aboard a destroyer whose main mission was to hunt Soviet submarines to my time at the Pentagon during the Reagan years when our focus was the defeat of ‘the evil empire’ and to making films about Reagan’s war against the Soviets and Hillary Clinton’s involvement in selling uranium to them,” the apology went on. My comments were aimed at Paul Manafort, a seasoned campaign professional with experience and knowledge of how the Russians operate. He should have known they are duplicitous, cunning and not our friends. To reiterate, those comments were not aimed at Don Jr.”

“Everything I have to say about the ridiculous nature of the Russian ‘collusion’ investigation I said on my 60 Minutes interview. There was no collusion and the investigation is a witch hunt,” Bannon concluded. “I regret that my delay in responding to the inaccurate reporting regarding Don Jr has diverted attention from the president’s historical accomplishments in the first year of his presidency.”

Bannon’s apology comes after days of backlash from Trump supporters, and the president himself, who called his former right-hand man “inconsequential” to his winning campaign and eventual administration.

The book, which also quoted Bannon as saying that many people surrounding the president questioned his mental health and suitability for office, caused a stir last week when snippets of Bannon’s alleged comments were previewed to the media.

During a White House press briefing last week, White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee-Sanders addressed the allegations, calling them “laughable”.

White House spokeswoman Sarah Huckabee Sanders this past week called such suggestions “disgraceful and laughable.”

“If he was unfit, he probably wouldn’t be sitting there and wouldn’t have defeated the most qualified group of candidates the Republican Party has ever seen,” she said The president, said Sanders is “an incredibly strong and good leader.”

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Fire and Fury: White House tell-all rushes to hit bookshelves as Trump fights to prevent release

WASHINGTON, D.C.– A tell-all book which promises to blow the lid off of Trump’s White House secrets is battling to make it to the bookshelves before being stopped by the Commander-in-Chief.

The forthcoming book, ‘Fire and Fury,’ by Michael Wolff, which has caused a sensation since snippets from the tattler was released on Wednesday, is now scheduled to hit bookstores on Friday.

“Due to unprecedented demand, we are moving the on-sale date for all formats of ‘Fire and Fury,’ by Michael Wolff, to Friday, January 5, at 9 a.m. ET, from the current on-sale date of Tuesday, January 9,” a spokesman for publisher Henry Holt and Company announced on Thursday.

Contained in the tell-all are alleged comments by one of the president’s former key advisors, Steve Bannon, who criticised the president and his son, Donald Trump, Jr., as being “treasonous” and “unpatriotic ” over their communications with Russian officials during the 2016 presidential campaign.

The snippets caused an explosion of interest in the book on social media Wednesday, causing the president to respond to the book’s claims.

“Steve Bannon has nothing to do with me or my Presidency. When he was fired, he not only lost his job, he lost his mind. Steve was a staffer who worked for me after I had already won the nomination by defeating seventeen candidates, often described as the most talented field ever assembled in the Republican party,” Trump said in a written statement following the book preview’s release.

“Now that he is on his own, Steve is learning that winning isn’t as easy as I make it look. Steve had very little to do with our historic victory, which was delivered by the forgotten men and women of this country. Yet Steve had everything to do with the loss of a Senate seat in Alabama held for more than thirty years by Republicans. Steve doesn’t represent my base—he’s only in it for himself,” the president continued.

“Steve pretends to be at war with the media, which he calls the opposition party, yet he spent his time at the White House leaking false information to the media to make himself seem far more important than he was. It is the only thing he does well. Steve was rarely in a one-on-one meeting with me and only pretends to have had influence to fool a few people with no access and no clue, whom he helped write phony books,” Trump claimed.

“We have many great Republican members of Congress and candidates who are very supportive of the Make America Great Again agenda. Like me, they love the United States of America and are helping to finally take our country back and build it up, rather than simply seeking to burn it all down,” the statement concluded.

Seemingly taking a swipe at the president by flaunting the interest in the, Wolff tweeted: “Here we go. You can buy it (and read it) tomorrow. Thank you, Mr. President.”

During a White House press briefing on Thursday, Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee-Sanders slammed the book, calling it a “fantasy”.

The book is mistake after mistake after mistake,” Sanders said, calling it tabloid gossip” laced with “false and fraudulent claims.”

“I’m not going to waste my time or the country’s time going page by page correcting [the book],” Sanders added.

Meanwhile, a lawyer for the president sent a letter to Wolff and the book’s publisher on Thursday demanding the book’s publication be halted and that Wolff issue “a full and complete retraction and apology.”

“Mr. Trump hereby demands that you immediately cease and desist from any further publication, release or dissemination of the book,” the demand reads.

A spokesperson for Henry Holt and Company said that, despite the president’s threats, their company has no plans to hold back the book’s publication.

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‘HE LOST HIS MIND’; War of words explodes between Trump and Steve Bannon

WASHINGTON, D.C. — One of D.C.’s biggest bromances turned into a bitter war of words on Wednesday after President Donald Trump unleashed on once biggest supporter Steve Bannon.

Responding to excerpts of a forthcoming book, “Fire and Fury: Inside the Trump White House,” in which Bannon called Donald Trump Jr. “treasonous” and “unpatriotic” for meeting with Russian operatives during the campaign, Trump Sr issued a blistering statement against his former ally, claiming that Bannon had “lost his mind”.

“Steve Bannon has nothing to do with me or my Presidency,” Trump wrote. “When he was fired, he not only lost his job, he lost his mind. Steve was a staffer who worked for me after I had already won the nomination by defeating seventeen candidates, often described as the most talented field ever assembled in the Republican party.”

“Now that he is on his own, Steve is learning that winning isn’t as easy as I make it look,” Trump’s blistering statement continued. “Steve had very little to do with our historic victory, which was delivered by the forgotten men and women of this country. Yet Steve had everything to do with the loss of a Senate seat in Alabama held for more than thirty years by Republicans. Steve doesn’t represent my base—he’s only in it for himself.”

The president also went on to accuse Bannon of being the source of various leaks during his time at the White House, where he served as a key advisor to the Trump administration.

“Steve pretends to be at war with the media, which he calls the opposition party, yet he spent his time at the White House leaking false information to the media to make himself seem far more important than he was,” he said. “It is the only thing he does well.”

“Steve was rarely in a one-on-one meeting with me and only pretends to have had influence to fool a few people with no access and no clue, whom he helped write phony books,” Trump added.

The statements from each side come as a shock to most political watchers, particularly since the pair had seemingly parted on good terms.

After Bannon’s departure from the White House in August of 2017, Trump thanked Bannon and praised him for his work during the presidential campaign and resulting administration.

“I want to thank Steve Bannon for his service,” the president tweeted at that time. “He came to the campaign during my run against Crooked Hillary Clinton – it was great! Thanks S.”

For his part, Bannon, who denied claims at the time that he had been fired, pledged to continue doing all that he could to help ensure president’s ongoing success.

“If there’s any confusion out there, let me clear it up: I’m leaving the White House and going to war for Trump against his opponents — on Capitol Hill, in the media, and in corporate America,” Bannon said at the time.

Calls to Steve Bannon for statement on Trump’s remarks were met with, “no comment”.

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Hannity withdraws support for Roy Moore; ‘Explain yourself or exit Senate race’

NEW YORK, NY — Fox News host Sean Hannity turned the tables on embattled Republican Senate candidate Roy Moore of Alabama, telling viewers during his Tuesday night show that Moore has “24 hours” to explain conflicting answers to the sexual misconduct allegations against him or withdraw from the race.

“You must immediately and fully come up with a satisfactory explanation for your inconsistencies,” Hannity demanded. “You must remove any doubt. If he can’t do this, then Judge Moore needs to get out of this race.”

Hannity’s sudden change of heart toward the Alabama judge comes after a number of sponsors withdrew advertising from Hannity’s nightly news program in response to his initial support of Moore, who has been accused by multiple women of sexual assault.

Moore has steadfastly denied the claims and insists the allegations against him are no part of a “witch hunt” to bring him down.

“How do you know if it’s true? How do we — what’s true? What’s not true? How do you ascertain the truth? What happens when it’s 38 years later?” Hannity asked last week on his radio show after interviewing Moore.

But Hannity says he’s since spotted some glaring inconsistencies in Moore’s story that concern him.

“Between this interview that I did and the inconsistent answers. Between him saying ‘I never knew this girl,’ and then that yearbook comes out,” Hannity said on Tuesday night’s show, referencing a yearbook produced by one of Moore’s accusers which appears to show his signature. “You must remove any doubt. If you can’t do this, then Judge Moore needs to get out of this race.”

Hannity is not the only big name Conservative who seems to be losing trust in Moore.

According to a report by The Daily Beast (https://www.thedailybeast.com/steve-bannon-and-allies-have-second-thoughts-about-roy-moore-sources-say), Steve Bannon, who has been one of Moore’s most vocal defenders in regard to the controversy, allegedly told insiders that he too has developed doubts.

The Breitbart chairman said, “I will put him in a grave myself,” if he determines that Moore was lying to him about the numerous accusations, a source close to Bannon told The Beast.

Calls for comment to Moore’s representative were met with “no comment”.

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BANNON SPEAKS: Former White House Chief Strategist Steve Bannon tells all to 60 Minutes; Says Hillary’s ‘Not very bright’

New York, N.Y. — In an unapologetic CBS interview on Sunday night’s “60 Minutes”, former Trump strategist Steve Bannon took on everyone from his former boss to defeated Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton. During his first interview since leaving the White House, Bannon raged against “pearl-clutching mainstream media,” his former West Wing colleagues and even the Roman Catholic Church.

Speaking to interviewer Charlie Rose (https://www.cbsnews.com/news/60-minutes-breitbart-steve-bannon-declares-war-on-the-gop/), Bannon said the president’s biggest enemies aren’t Democrats, but some of his fellow Republicans, and alleged that some in the GOP are “trying to nullify the 2016 election.”

“They do not want Donald Trump’s populist, economic nationalist agenda to be implemented,” Bannon told Rose. “It’s very obvious.”

“Oh, Mitch McConnell when we first met him, I mean, he was– he was– he– he said, I think in one of the first meetings– in Trump Tower with the president– as we’re wrapping up, he basically says, ‘I don’t want to hear any more of this ‘drain the swamp’ talk,’” Bannon said after Rose asked him for an example.

“He says, ‘I can’t– I can’t hire any smart people,’ because everybody’s all over him for reporting requirements and– and the pay, et cetera, and the scrutiny. You know, ‘You gotta back off that.’ The ‘drain the swamp’ thing was– is Mitch McConnell was day one did not want to– did not want to go there. Wanted us to back off.”

Asked if he wound now be “going to war” against establishment members of the GOP who are out to do the president harm, Bannon replied, “absolutely”.

But despite his obvious protection of Trump, Bannon’s former boss could not escape criticism of his own. When asked about the president’s decision to fire former FBI head James Comey, a visibly frustrated Bannon called the decision the “biggest mistake in modern political history”.

Had Comey not been fired, said Bannon, the Justice Department investigation into possible links between the Trump campaign and Russia’s election interference would not have been handed over to the special counsel Robert Meuller.

“We would not have the Mueller investigation and the breadth that clearly Mr. Mueller is going for,” said Bannon.

The chairman of Breitbart News also clarified the ongoing controversy over his leaving his role in the president’s administration, which many claimed was due to being fired.

Not true, said Bannon, saying his intent all along has been to be the president’s “wingman outside for the entire time” he is in office.

“Our purpose is to support Donald Trump,” he said. “I cannot take the fight to who we have to take the fight to when I’m an adviser to the president as a federal government employee.”

Speaking out on the president’s controversial decision to end DACA, the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program put in place by former president Barack Obama, Bannon warned his fellow Republicans they may have to be prepared to face a “civil war”.

“I’m worried about losing the House now because of this,” Bannon said over the battle on what to do with about 800,000 immigrants known as “Dreamers”. “If this goes all the way down to its logical conclusion, in February and March it will be a civil war inside the Republican Party and to me, doing that in the springboard of primary season for 2018 is extremely unwise.”

On that same topic, Bannon also slammed the Catholic Church for its stance on supporting the rights of illegal immigrants to stay in the United States.

“The bishops have been terrible about this,” Bannon said of church leaders.
“You know why? Because unable to really to come to grips with the problems in the church, they need illegal aliens, they need illegal aliens to fill the churches.”

On the president’s former political rival Hillary Clinton, Bannon said he could sum up his opinion of her in a single statement: “Hillary Clinton’s not very bright”.

Slamming Clinton for a speech she gave while campaigning last year attempting to connect the “alt-right” and white supremacists to the Trump campaign, Bannon called her comments “nonsense.”

“Everybody says she’s so smart, so much smarter than Donald Trump. She doesn’t really have a grasp . . . on what’s important and what’s not, and that’s what’s essential in a leader. Donald Trump has a grasp on what’s important and what’s marginalia.”

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WHITE HOUSE ROTATING DOOR CONTINUES: SCARAMUCCI OUT AS TRUMP COMMUNICATIONS DIRECTOR

WASHINGTON, D.C. — Just ten days after Anthony Scaramucci was named White House communications director by president Trump, the tough talking New York native has been relived of his duties, a spokesperson for the White House has confirmed.

The shakeup occurs after both former White House press secretary Sean Spicer and then Chief of staff Reince Priebus resigned in protest to Scaramucci’s hiring.

According to White House sources, new chief of staff, John Kelly, requested that the president remove Scaramucci and the president concurred.

It is not yet known whether or not Kelly’s request to fire Scaramucci relates to an incident last week during which Scaramucci was caught on tape making disparaging remarks about Steve Bannon and other members of the Trump administration, but sources inside the White House say there was an aura of anger in the Oval Office by those to protested his presence.

Officially, the White House claims that Scaramucci made the decision to leave in an effort to give new chief of staff John Kelly a “clean slate”.

“Anthony Scaramucci will be leaving his role as White House Communications Director,” Sarah Huckabee Sanders, the White House press secretary, said in a statement. “Mr. Scaramucci felt it was best to give Chief of Staff John Kelly a clean slate and the ability to build his own team. We wish him all the best.”

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BANNON BANISHED: TRUMP STRATEGIST REMOVED FROM NATIONAL SECURITY COUNSEL ROLE

WASHINGTON, D.C. — Embattled Trump key strategist Steve
Bannon was removed from the National Security Council on Wednesday, White House officials have confirmed.

Bannon, who was initially placed on the National Security Council after Trump’s inauguration to ensure that Trump’s intentions to downsize and streamline operations at the NSC were carried out, was removed on the orders of Trump, himself, say sources inside the administration.

According to these same sources, the president no longer felt Bannon’s presence was necessary in the light of Lt. Gen. H.R. McMaster’s appointment to replace Trump’s first national security adviser, Michael Flynn, who was asked to resign after conflicting surfaced regarding his communications with a Russian ambassador.

A source with knowledge of the decision said Bannon can “still attend any meeting” where his expertise is needed.

The news was met with a great deal of gloating by Democrats who criticized Bannon’s placement in the role to begin with.

In a statement released on Wednesday after Bannon’s removal had been announced, Rep. Elijah Cummings, (D)- Md, called Bannon “wholly unqualified” and questioned whether House Intelligence Committee Chairman Devin Nunes had any dealings with Bannon during his investigation of possible surveillance of the Trump team.

“We need to know what in the world is going on,” Cummings said.

Flynn’s son, Michael Flynn, Jr., slammed Trump’s decision to remove Bannon, and questioned the president’s true intent when it comes to “defeating our enemy,” writing on Twitter:

“Fact 1: Flynn/Bannon most loyal to DJT (both out at NSC)

Fact 2: McMaster wont say “Radical Islam”

Is WH serious abt defeating our enemy?”

The younger Flynn also criticized McMaster for refusing to use the term “radical Islam,” a term that Trump himself uses in relation to Islamist extremists and terrorist groups before retweeting a video which declared that Steve Bannon’s removal was a win for Islam (https://twitter.com/mflynnJR?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw&ref_url=http%3A%2F%2Fthehill.com%2Fblogs%2Fblog-briefing-room%2Fnews%2F327428-michael-flynn-jr-blasts-bannon-removal-from-national-security).

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