No honest person can look at the 2020 election and say that it was fair.
Not After hearing the numerous testimonies at these state hearings
Not at seeing the heap of sworn affidavits
It seems to me that there are many in this country, who wish to look the other way, including many senior ranking officials, civil servants, and court officials.
The Arizona GOP won’t back down though, after a court within the state refused to hear thier lawsuit alleging voter fraud, the state GOP fired back.
Here is what we found:
AZ Central had more on the story here:
A Maricopa County Superior Court judge on Friday rejected an attempt by the head of the state Republican Party to overturn President-elect Joe Biden’s win in Arizona, saying he found "no misconduct, no fraud and no effect on the outcome of the election."
But Arizona GOP Chair Kelli Ward has vowed to appeal Judge Randall Warner's ruling to the state Supreme Court, saying she will keep "going higher" and "continuing to fight."
Ward filed the challenge last week seeking to have a court void the outcome of Arizona's presidential election — which Biden won by 10,457 votes — based on claims involving the signature verification process used to authenticate mail-in ballots and the duplication process election officials use to count ballots that tabulation machines can't read.
Breitbart came through with the details of the story:
Ward’s lawsuit claimed that observers were not able to monitor in a meaningful way, and it also “targeted Arizona ballots that election workers duplicated so they could be read by a tabulation machine, which they allege resulted in votes flipping from President Donald Trump to President-elect Joe Biden, and the state’s method for verifying signatures on mail-in ballots,” as Forbes detailed:
The lawsuit also raised concerns about access for election observers, but the judge threw out that portion of the case Thursday, saying the complaint should have been brought earlier and not “when the only remedy would be to upend the entire election.”
Hobbs, who has a history of public disdain for President Trump and his supporters, even referring to Trump’s base as neo-Nazis, praised the ruling.
“The allegations in this case were baseless, and I had faith the court would continue to do the right thing. Today’s ruling affirms that faith. As we argued in court, it is time for this to stop,” she said, describing the claims of fraud, error, and misconduct as “vague” and “unsupported.” She also asserted the claims were “undermining the foundation of our democracy” — an assertion she made last month after rejecting a request for an independent analysis of voting data.
“Facts matter in a court of law, & the facts remain that this historic election had tremendous turnout and was both secure and accurate,” she added:
The Republican Party of Arizona issued a pointed retort: “See you at the Supreme Court”: