The absolute leadership vacuum in our country right now makes what happened in November of 2020 even more painful. From the botched Afghanistan withdrawal to China’s sudden resurgence on the world stage to the tax increases, it’s all bad news for the American people.
Just this past week, an Obama-appointed judge in Alaska killed a major ConocoPhillips oil permit, further reducing the nation’s petroleum supplies by an additional 160,000 barrels of oil a day; get ready for even higher gas prices under phony Joe Biden.
But we do have room for hope. In Arizona, a new hero has emerged in the fight to overturn the results of last November: Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich.
AG Brnovich has issued a ruling to the Maricopa County Board of Elections: Either comply with the state senate’s election audit subpoenas, or Maricopa County will lose ALL state taxpayer funding. Whoa!
Just to recap how we got here; the auditors revealed some preliminary findings from their examination of the 2020 election in a senate hearing. Those preliminary results did not go well for the Democrats, the mainstream media and the RINOs who claim that the 2020 election was totally above-board, fair and secure.
The auditors released the fact that there were 11,326 people who voted on Election Day in Arizona who were not registered to vote. (Biden’s fake “victory” margin was 10,457 votes.) Sometime after Election Day, Soros-funded Arizona Secretary of State Katy Hobbs’ office went back and retroactively registered those 11,326 people to vote. Sorry, Katy, but you should know that elections don’t work that way.
Auditors found approximately 74,000 votes that appeared out of nowhere. The Postal Service never mailed those ballots out to voters. Yet somehow, those 74,000 votes showed up and were counted on Election Day and ended up contributing to the official certified total of votes. 74,000!
And finally, they revealed that about 168,000 ballots had been printed on the incorrect paper stock. When voters in red neighborhoods showed up to vote on Election Day, they were given Sharpie markers instead of fountain pens. The Sharpie ink “bled through” the incorrect, non-sanctioned paper that the ballots were printed on, causing those ballots to be sent into “adjudication” when being counted. Many votes for Donald Trump were likely discarded or counted as “over-votes” and tossed out like this. More than 11% of the ballots in Maricopa County were adjudicated in the 2020 election, compared to 2% of ballots in a normal election (a 550% increase).
Reporters in the back of the senate gallery during that hearing were audibly groaning as these results were announced. Some had to dash out of the room for an emergency panic diarrhea session. One put his head in hands and looked like he was about to cry, because the truth was being exposed to the whole world: Donald Trump won Arizona by a lot. The election was a rigged contest, and there was no amount of “spin” that he would be able to put into his articles to make it look otherwise. The Democrats cheated in 2020 and Donald Trump was the rightful winner.
It seems like that hearing was ages ago. In the meantime, the finalized report has been delayed because the team of auditors has contracted COVID and is reportedly “quite sick.” The report was expected a couple of weeks ago, but we’re still waiting.
Now there’s a new wrinkle. The final report was not going to include a section involving the Dominion Voting Systems election routers and other materials, because the Maricopa County election board has refused to comply with lawful subpoenas to turn those items over. They’ve been in defiance of those subpoenas since about February of this year.
But Arizona AG Mark Brnovich just dropped the hammer on them. He sent the board of elections a letter notifying them that they either comply with the lawful subpoena within 30 days or lose $700 million in state funds. That’s a major line in the sand, folks. It also means we might not be seeing the final audit report for at least another month.
What do you think will happen next? That $700 million accounts for salaries of a bunch of Maricopa County employees, sheriff’s deputies and others. I assume a lot of it goes for fixing potholes and other stuff, too. Are the Democrats running the Maricopa County government willing to go without pay for a year to support a lie? Or will we finally get a full accounting of that county’s shady election?
Either way, AG Brnovich has emerged as a new hero in the fight for fair and transparent elections. Good for him!