Arizona move against officials who protect voter fraud

marke

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"Rightwing Nazi fascist rubes who love fascism over freedom will never respect good leaders like Biden." -- That's you. That's what you sound like.
Biden is fully responsible along with thousands of others for the heartless brutal murders of millions of unborn human babies, which is something I can not respect him for.
 

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Biden is fully responsible along with thousands of others for the heartless brutal murders of millions of unborn human babies
So are Republicans. In fact, many Republicans are even more responsible for "the heartless brutal murders of millions of unborn human babies" than Joe Biden ever was or ever will be.
 

marke

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So are Republicans. In fact, many Republicans are even more responsible for "the heartless brutal murders of millions of unborn human babies" than Joe Biden ever was or ever will be.
Yes, republicans who support abortion are also murderers in God's eyes.
 

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An Arizona judge ordered the state’s Republican-led Senate to produce records related to its audit of the 2020 election in Maricopa County, delivering a big win for critics of the controversial review. The documents, sought by left-leaning watchdog group American Oversight, are subject to Arizona’s public records statute and must be provided to the organization “immediately,” Maricopa County Superior Court Judge Michael Kemp ruled Monday.

“Defendant Fann has the authority, and the statutory obligation, under the [Public Records Law], to compel [Cyber Ninjas] and its subvendors to produce all internal emails and correspondence outlined in the proposed order,” Kemp wrote.

 

marke

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An Arizona judge ordered the state’s Republican-led Senate to produce records related to its audit of the 2020 election in Maricopa County, delivering a big win for critics of the controversial review. The documents, sought by left-leaning watchdog group American Oversight, are subject to Arizona’s public records statute and must be provided to the organization “immediately,” Maricopa County Superior Court Judge Michael Kemp ruled Monday.

“Defendant Fann has the authority, and the statutory obligation, under the [Public Records Law], to compel [Cyber Ninjas] and its subvendors to produce all internal emails and correspondence outlined in the proposed order,” Kemp wrote.

Demoncrats are fighting back in anger over the Arizona investigations into possible voter fraud.
 

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Demoncrats are fighting back in anger over the Arizona investigations into possible voter fraud.
What harm could possibly come from this?
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If democrats and leftists stop all investigations how then will Americans know for sure the democrats are telling the truth in spite of all the uninvestigated evidence of fraud to the contrary?
How has this decision stopped the Arizona audit?
 

marke

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How does this decision harass the investigators?
How does this decision harass the investigators?
Democrats are seeking extensive records involving every detail of the investigation which is ridiculous. What democrats are obviously wanting to do is comb the records for some technicalities they can use to derail the investigation, similar to technicalities democrats have used in so many courts to obtain dismissal of voter fraud cases before the evidence is even heard.
 

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Great news for Trump fans:

Conspiracy theorist and MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell has promised that following his bigger-than-Elvis "cyber symposium" in mid-August, President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris will resign, blown away by his thus-far-nonexistent "evidence" that China rigged the entire 2020 presidential election.

Lindell's remarks came Wednesday morning on Steve Bannon's "War Room: Pandemic" podcast. "It gives me hope that even your Democrats, they're seeing now first-hand what government can do and how bad socialism and communism can be," he said.

 

Arthur Brain

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Great news for Trump fans:

Conspiracy theorist and MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell has promised that following his bigger-than-Elvis "cyber symposium" in mid-August, President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris will resign, blown away by his thus-far-nonexistent "evidence" that China rigged the entire 2020 presidential election.

Lindell's remarks came Wednesday morning on Steve Bannon's "War Room: Pandemic" podcast. "It gives me hope that even your Democrats, they're seeing now first-hand what government can do and how bad socialism and communism can be," he said.

This is gonna be a laugh riot and a cringe fest all at once.

Can't wait in some respects!
 

marke

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Great news for Trump fans:

Conspiracy theorist and MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell has promised that following his bigger-than-Elvis "cyber symposium" in mid-August, President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris will resign, blown away by his thus-far-nonexistent "evidence" that China rigged the entire 2020 presidential election.

Lindell's remarks came Wednesday morning on Steve Bannon's "War Room: Pandemic" podcast. "It gives me hope that even your Democrats, they're seeing now first-hand what government can do and how bad socialism and communism can be," he said.

Democrats claim investigations into alleged voter fraud are nothing more than conspiracy theories without substance. How stupid is that? Why don't democrats welcome investigations into voting if no crimes have been committed?
 

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The Arizona state Senate's official "liaison" to the controversial election audit in Maricopa County said in an interview that he could soon resign.

Speaking to Insider on Tuesday, former Arizona Secretary of State Ken Bennett said he remains frustrated with the audit process. He also said Cyber Ninjas, the private firm that is running the vote count, has refused to share with him any information about its own tally. "It's very odd," he said of the situation. The company, whose leadership has promoted claims that the 2020 election was "rigged," has been counting ballots since April. "I expect that, eventually, the hand count done by Cyber Ninjas will be shared with me," Bennett said. "But it hasn't yet."

Earlier this week, Bennett told a conservative talk show host that he was on the "precipice" of resigning after having been denied entry to the building where Cyber Ninjas is conducting its latest round of ballot counting, as The Arizona Republic reported last week.

"The accuracy and completeness of Maricopa County's duplication process was confirmed in court," Megan Gilbertson, a spokesperson for the elections department, said.

As for his own future, Bennett told Insider that he is trying to meet with Sen. Fann to discuss "whether or not I can continue, or if I will continue." "I was hoping yesterday," he said. "Here it is today."

 

marke

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The Arizona state Senate's official "liaison" to the controversial election audit in Maricopa County said in an interview that he could soon resign.

Speaking to Insider on Tuesday, former Arizona Secretary of State Ken Bennett said he remains frustrated with the audit process. He also said Cyber Ninjas, the private firm that is running the vote count, has refused to share with him any information about its own tally. "It's very odd," he said of the situation. The company, whose leadership has promoted claims that the 2020 election was "rigged," has been counting ballots since April. "I expect that, eventually, the hand count done by Cyber Ninjas will be shared with me," Bennett said. "But it hasn't yet."

Earlier this week, Bennett told a conservative talk show host that he was on the "precipice" of resigning after having been denied entry to the building where Cyber Ninjas is conducting its latest round of ballot counting, as The Arizona Republic reported last week.

"The accuracy and completeness of Maricopa County's duplication process was confirmed in court," Megan Gilbertson, a spokesperson for the elections department, said.

As for his own future, Bennett told Insider that he is trying to meet with Sen. Fann to discuss "whether or not I can continue, or if I will continue." "I was hoping yesterday," he said. "Here it is today."

An Arizona official threatens to resign because investigators refuse to discuss their investigation with him until they are finished? How did this crybaby get elected?
 

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An Arizona official threatens to resign because investigators refuse to discuss their investigation with him until they are finished? How did this crybaby get elected?
1) He's a Republican.
2) The Cyber Ninjas audit has been going on for months after it was supposed to have been completed.
3) Bennett said he hit a breaking point when he was barred from the Phoenix audit site last week after he shared interim data from the machine count of about 24 of 1,600 boxes of ballots with outside analysts. The analysts quickly announced publicly that those results matched the county’s certified results from November, suggesting Maricopa’s original results might be accurate.
4) A previously supportive Republican state senator announced that she believed the audit has been “botched” — the third member of a 16-member caucus to express reservations over a process that was ordered up by the chamber’s GOP leadership.
5) GOP state Sen. Michelle Ugenti-Rita announced on Twitter that she believed Senate President Karen Fann (R) had shown a “total lack of competence” in managing the project.
6) She at first supported the audit as a way to identify areas to improve Arizona’s voting laws. But now, she said she has concerns about the long delay in concluding the audit, about how much management Fann delegated to the private contractors and about the lack of transparency in the process — including the fact that no hearings were held with the public or members of the legislature.

 

marke

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1) He's a Republican.

What does that have to do with anything?
2) The Cyber Ninjas audit has been going on for months after it was supposed to have been completed.
So did the Mueller investigation. So what?
3) Bennett said he hit a breaking point when he was barred from the Phoenix audit site last week after he shared interim data from the machine count of about 24 of 1,600 boxes of ballots with outside analysts. The analysts quickly announced publicly that those results matched the county’s certified results from November, suggesting Maricopa’s original results might be accurate.
Leaking inside info from an ongoing investigation is cause for dismissal.

4) A previously supportive Republican state senator announced that she believed the audit has been “botched” — the third member of a 16-member caucus to express reservations over a process that was ordered up by the chamber’s GOP leadership.
So what if some people think the audit is botched. Opinions, especially rogue opinions, are not to be assumed to be irrefutable facts.
5) GOP state Sen. Michelle Ugenti-Rita announced on Twitter that she believed Senate President Karen Fann (R) had shown a “total lack of competence” in managing the project.
Another contrary opinion? Is that opinion to be considered holier than all other opinions to the contrary? I think not.
6) She at first supported the audit as a way to identify areas to improve Arizona’s voting laws. But now, she said she has concerns about the long delay in concluding the audit, about how much management Fann delegated to the private contractors and about the lack of transparency in the process — including the fact that no hearings were held with the public or members of the legislature.
So what if some think bad of the investigation and some think good of it. What do opinions prove? Nothing.
 

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Chip Roy quotes Democrats complaining about election fraud. And reminds Texas state legislators that they are violating Texas law by being in Washington DC when they are supposed to be in session in Austin.

 
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