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AZ Senator Issues Warning to DOJ Not to Interfere in Election Audit

Wendy Rogers: “'Justice’ Department – you need to stay in your lane. Do not touch Arizona ballots or machines unless you want to spend time in an Arizona prison."


Democrats are in an absolute panic over the audit taking place in Arizona.

Biden has empowered his DOJ to ther point that they think they can do as they please.

At this point in time, it’s clear that they intend to try and prevent the AZ election audit completely.

One State Senator is standing up against that corruption though.

AZ Senator Wendy Rogers took to Twitter to warn the DOJ against any such interference.

On Wednesday, she tweeted out a direct warning that any interference will be met with the full force of the law.

She tweeted:

“’Justice’ Department – you need to stay in your lane. Do not touch Arizona ballots or machines unless you want to spend time in an Arizona prison.”

Democrats continue to cry foul, while republicans are simply pushing for transparency.

AZ State Senator Wendy Rogers Warns the DOJ Against Interfering in the Audit

Senator Rogers' warning comes after the DOJ sent a threatening letter to AZ election auditors.

Here's more on the threatening letter from 12 News:

In a sharply worded letter Tuesday to one of her predecessors as Arizona’s top elections officer, Democratic Secretary of State Katie Hobbs is warning Ken Bennett to bring the Republican election audit he’s overseeing into compliance with state laws and regulations.

“I’m not sure what compelled you to oversee this audit,” Hobbs writes. “But I’d like to assume you took this role with the best of intentions. It is those intentions I appeal to now: either do it right, or don’t do it at all.”

If Bennett doesn’t comply, Hobbs could take him back to court for breach of contract. Bennett is now Senate Republicans' liaison for the audit.

Under terms of a lawsuit settlement filed Tuesday, the defendants in the case - Bennett, Arizona Senate President Karen Fann and the lead auditor, Florida-based Cyber Ninjas - now have 48 hours to respond to the concerns in Hobbs’ letter.

The six-page letter highlights 13 concerns with the hand count of 2.1 million Maricopa County ballots now going on at Veterans Memorial Coliseum.

The concerns were identified by the two observers Hobbs is allowed to send to the audit venue, under a judge’s order last week.

Among the concerns:

Questions about the count: ”Most concerning” is the absence of details regarding how “tens of thousands” of tally sheets from ballot counters will be added up.

“When asked by my Office about the process that will be used to aggregate the tens of thousands of individual tally sheets that will be generated,” Hobbs writes, “we received no real explanation other than that an accounting firm will handle it later. This is not transparency.”

Lack of training: “The only evidence of training for audit counters is a sparse Powerpoint presentation that offers little guidance beyond the procedures documents.”

Democrats are completely panicked and have been for weeks over the AZ audit.

They are crying foul over the legitimacy of it all.

This is leaving many conservatives wondering if democrats are simply manifesting their own fear over what might be discovered.

Republicans, however, are welcoming all to view what's happening in AZ firsthand.


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