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Arizona Turning: Attorney General Joins Major Election Lawsuit Against Maricopa County


Could Arizona be the first state to “flip” (or BE REVEALED) to be for President Trump?

It’s looking that way.

And there’s a small possibility it could even happen before January 6!

We now have confirmation that the Attorney General of Arizona has joined a major lawsuit against Maricopa County.

This is much different that Georgia.

Unlike Georgia, the Arizona Republicans are standing together.

They want to investigate the allegations of wrongdoing and voter fraud.

The only ones rejecting their call for transparency are the Democratic leaders in Maricopa County (Phoenix).

Compare this to Georgia, where it appears that “conservative” leaders are the ones fighting against President Trump!

More details on this major development below:

Specifically, Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich has filed an Amicus Curiae brief with the plaintiffs.

Amicus Curiae translates to “friend of the court.”

In other words, he is siding with the plaintiffs against Maricopa County.

Of course, no major mainstream news outlets are covering the story.

You can confirm the Amicus Curiae on the official Arizona government website.

Election Wiz is one of the sources just now reporting on this story:

The Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich has filed a brief in support of Arizona legislature in the battle over whether the Maricopa County Board of Supervisors must comply with election-related subpoenas.

Earlier this month, the Maricopa Board of Supervisors voted 4-1 today defy the state lawmakers and resist complying with legislative subpoenas. Instead of allowing an audit, the board voted to file a lawsuit against lawmakers in state court, seeking to block the enforcement of the subpoenas.

The subpoenas were issued by Arizona lawmakers in response to claims that the election in Maricopa County was fraught with fraud. The lawmakers seek force county officials to allow an audit of the voting machines.

In the brief filed with the court, the Arizona AG asked the judge to enforce the subpoenas.

“The County’s position on the general scope of the Legislature’s subpoena power is, therefore, inconsistent with constitutional structure, governmental tradition and practice, the plain meaning of an Arizona statute, and binding Arizona Supreme Court case law” the AG’s brief reads.

Mark Brnovich himself took to Twitter to confirm that he is siding with the plaintiffs!

If only our “conservative friends” in Georgia had the same backbone!

Furthermore, Brnovich claims that the Arizona Senate has the power and authority to demand that Maricopa County hand over its election material for an independent audit.


Maricopa County appears to be dragging their feet.

They refuse to turn over the voting machines.

Again, we ask: if you have nothing to hide, then why are you afraid of transparency?

AZ Central has more details on Brnovich’s comments:

Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich has waded into a legal battle between Republican state senators and Maricopa County election officials as the Senate seeks to perform an independent audit of the November election.

In a brief filed in Maricopa County Superior Court on Wednesday, Brnovich’s office said the Senate had the authority to issue two subpoenas demanding the county’s Board of Supervisors turn over election materials and machinery earlier this month.

The Dec. 15 subpoenas gave the supervisors three days to respond and produce a voluminous amount of material from the general election, including images of all mail-in ballots, detailed voter information and machines used to count votes.

The supervisors did not respond to the subpoenas by the deadline and instead sued to stop them, saying state law prohibits the county from turning over copies of ballots and arguing the state Legislature was overreaching its powers.

Brnovich’s brief, however, claims the supervisors misunderstood the scope of the Legislature’s sweeping authority to issue and enforce subpoenas. It contends the county’s position is “inconsistent with constitutional structure, governmental tradition and practice, the plain meaning of an Arizona statute, and binding Arizona Supreme Court case law.”

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Board of Supervisors Chairman Clint Hickman said in response that Brnovich’s brief addressed whether the Senate could issue subpoenas for the purpose of deciding what new election laws to make, but it didn’t address whether it could issue subpoenas in an attempt to overturn the election.

“What is at issue in the court is whether a legislative subpoena is the proper constitutional mechanism for the state Senate to take custody of the voting machines and voter database and millions of ballots for purpose of determining whether it wants to throw out the November 3, 2020 election results and impose their preferred slate of presidential electors,” Hickman said. “Unfortunately, the (Attorney General’s) brief declined to address that issue.”

This particular case is expected to be presented before a judge next Monday.

That’s just two days before Congress counts the Electoral Votes on January 6!

We should have more details as to whether or not this case moves forward.

Now that the state’s Attorney General is on board, hopefully the case has the momentum to start making a difference!


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