Bonkers Hen Conspiracy Idea From Arizona Recount Stumps Seth Meyers

With the conspiracy theories popping out of the Arizona audit of the 2020 presidential election outcomes changing into ever weirder, Seth Meyers took a journey by means of the circus Thursday night time.

The audit in Maricopa County is being carried out by a contractor on behalf of state Senate Republicans, who insist allegations of fraud within the November election have to be investigated.

Nevertheless, there is no such thing as a proof to counsel the November election was not safe. 

Auditors have investigated baseless claims impressed by right-wing conspiracy theories, together with utilizing UV lights to seek for watermarks from former President Donald Trump and inspecting ballots for bamboo fibers to find out in the event that they had been despatched from Asia. 

“What different genius concepts have they got, solely the actual ballots will float so let’s throw them within the river. In the event that they sink, it’s fraud?” Meyers mentioned on “Late Evening.” “I imply what’s subsequent, they feed the actual ballots to a bunch of chickens after which incinerate the chickens? Oh, oh that’s subsequent? Wow, I’m getting good at this.”

There is even a conspiracy principle that ballots had been positioned on a rooster farm that was then burned down.

“So, simply to recap in case you’re watching this and your mind is regular and also you’re due to this fact having hassle following: They assume there’s bamboo within the paper as a result of it was smuggled in from Asia. They assume Trump watermarked the actual ballots. They assume Hugo Chavez, who died in 2013, rigged the election. And so they assume the ballots had been eaten by chickens who had been then incinerated.”

Watch Meyers’ roast beneath:

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