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IT’S HAPPENING: Arizona GOP Electors File Motion to Intervene in Maricopa Case for FULL Audit


Less tick-tock…

It’s time for more ACTION!

And that is exactly what the Republican party in Arizona is doing!

All you other Republicans in other swing states better WATCH and TAKE NOTES!

The Arizona Republican Party has confirmed that Arizona’s Republican Electors have filed a motion to intervene in the case against Maricopa County.

As a refresher, Maricopa County was supposed to allow Dominion voting machines to be investigated and audited…

But the county appears to be stalling.

Now, the Arizona GOP is essentially telling them: “No verify, no certify!”

(Our words, not theirs).

See their exact statement below:

So why are Arizona’s Republican Electors intervening in the case?


Instead of complying with the audit, Maricopa County is fighting back in court!

This raises the question: if you have nothing to hide, then why are you afraid of transparency?!

An audit should confirm that Joe Biden won… assuming he actually won fair and square.

It would put the doubts to rest.

So… why is the county refusing to be transparent?

Local Tuscon News confirms that Maricopa is fighting back against the audit:

Maricopa County supervisors voted Friday to not comply with subpoenas for election materials issued by the chairman of the state Senate Judiciary Committee.

The subpoenas demanded access to copies of the more than 2 million ballots cast by Maricopa County voters in the Nov. 3 election, and for access to the equipment used to tabulate those ballots and the software that ran the equipment.

The 4-1 vote to refuse, following a nearly three-hour executive session with attorneys, came amid concerns that at least some of what is being demanded by Sen. Eddie Farnsworth, R-Gilbert, would expose private information on voters.

There also were questions about whether the county has the legal right to give that information to outsiders.

Instead, the board members in the majority on the vote — three Republicans and one Democrat — directed their attorneys to file suit and have a judge determine whether the subpoenas are legally valid.

The legal papers, filed late Friday, said the subpoenas are not authorized by any law.

Legislative panels can subpoena people to testify, but these seek actual materials, said attorney Steve Tully, hired by the county, who is himself a former lawmaker.

More significant, Tully said the subpoenas “serve no valid legislative purpose.”


“There is no legislative authority to audit election results,” he said. Nor is there authority to examine ballots or conduct forensic audits of election equipment, he said.

We don’t know about you, but the lack of transparency definitely smells fishy to us.

What do you have to hide, Maricopa?!

Honesty should have no fear of transparency!


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