This is one of the main reasons that Democrats have fought so hard to stop the audit of the votes from Maricopa County. The problem i9s that they have had so much time to monkey around with the ballots as witnessed by the shredded ballots found in a dumpster outside the counting facility. They are using a patented system of identifying fake ballots. The use of ultraviolet light can identify ballots with the wrong paper and other things.
In Arizona, for months the Board of Supervisors in Maricopa County have complained about having a forensic audit of the ballots. They have used every trick in the book to try and stop the audit. The Democratic Party of Arizona stepped in sued to stop the count but balked when the judge ruled they would have to put up a million-dollar bond to reimburse the Arizona Senate in case the Democrats lost the case. This allows the audit to continue.
The audit started today and if you would like to view the action follows the forthcoming link. AZAudit.org
Inventor and data analyst Jovan Hutton Pulitzer has a process and the patents surrounding the process where he can identify fraudulent ballots based on the paper used, creases in the paper, the ink on the forms, and other characteristics. Pulitzer can identify fraudulent votes which then will ultimately result in the accurate results of the 2020 election when only valid votes are accounted for.
On Saturday the coliseum cameras caught election workers scanning ballots individually in ultra-violent light.
It appears the election workers are running true forensic testing on the ballots.
ARIZONA AUDIT UPDATE: Maricopa County looks to be searching for special watermarks on the ballots pic.twitter.com/XU4ZxzvlbK
— “Mostly Peaceful” Matthew (@MostPeacefulOne) April 24, 2021
In December Jovan Hutton Pulitzer gave a presentation with the Economic War Room, on how he and his company can detect many types of election fraud with a simple, easy examination of the physical ballots, by running them through forensic machines designed to detect physical signatures of the ballots.
Pulitzer is a pattern recognition expert holding over 200 patents. His patents are used on 12 billion handheld devices around the world.
During his presentation Pulitzer described how scanning absentee ballots under predetermined light source will show if a ballot is real or a fraud.