Trump issues statement: The entire Database of Maricopa County in Arizona has been DELETED!

May 17, 2021 in News by RBN Staff

(INTELLIHUB) — Former U.S. President Donald J. Trump issued a statement on his website on Saturday, which alleges that the entire Maricopa County election database has been deleted during a forensic audit conducted by an independent company hired by the state lawmakers.

The former 45th President of the United States also posted the statement to Gab, a social media platform known not to censor users.

“The entire Database of Maricopa County in Arizona has been DELETED!” reads the statement issued by Trump.

“This is illegal, and the Arizona State Senate, who is leading the Forensic Audit, is up in arms,” the statement continues. “Additionally, seals were broken on the boxes that hold the votes, ballots are missing, and worse.”

Mark Brnovich, the Attorney General of Arizona, will now be forced to look into this unbelievable Election crime. Many Radical Left Democrats and weak Republicans are very worried about the fact that this has been exposed. The DELETION of an entire Database and critical Election files of Maricopa County is unprecedented. Many other States to follow. The Mainstream Media and Radical Left Democrats want to stay as far away as possible from the Presidential Election Fraud, which should be one of the biggest stories of our time. Fox News is afraid to cover it—there is rarely a mention. Likewise, Newsmax has been virtually silent on this subject because they are intimidated by threats of lawsuits. One America News (OAN), one of the fastest growing networks on television, and the “hottest”, is doing a magnificent job of exposing the massive fraud that took place. The story is only getting bigger and at some point it will be impossible for the weak and/or corrupt media not to cover. Thank you to OAN and other brave American Patriots. It is all happening quickly!

The statement so far has failed to get the attention of mainline press outlets like MSNBC, CNN, ABC, and even Fox News.

Shortly after the statement, the website went down. It’s unknown if the website went down due to a high influx of traffic or if bad actors purposely took it down. The website currently remains online.

The audit is on hold for now. However, Audit Liasion Ken Bennett addressed public concerns about the alleged deleted database on Friday, saying, “It may not be missing. Maybe it’s been deleted because it was duplicated somewhere else. So, it’s not a finding. There’s no finding that something was deleted or missing. It’s just a question.”

According to a Fox 10 report, Maricopa County Recorder Stephen Richer also chimed in on the matter claiming his office was recently accused of deleting files.

“Most recently, my office has been accused of unlawfully deleting files,” said the County Recorder. “That is just not accurate.”

“They did exactly what they promised not to do. They released allegations before a conclusion of their study,” he said. “They did it from the anonymous Twitter account and said it was unlawful, which is sort of defamatory in nature.”