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The WITCH HUNT CONTINUES: AZ Secretary Of State Katie Hobbs Wants To Reopen Trump Probe


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Thought it was over?

It’s never over with Democrats. According to sources, Arizona Secretary of State Katie Hobbs is lining up to continue the witch hunt of President Trump.

What is she trying to bring to court?

The idea that President Trump attempted to, or did successfully influence the elections in Maricopa County.

Once again, we have clear partisan attacks, and those who point to the audit as being petty need to realize one thing: Democrats attempted to unseat a duly elected President for 4 straight years.

This idea that Conservatives are somehow being immature is completely beyond the pale, and it’s interesting to see that their attacks on President Trump continue, even though he technically no longer occupies The White House.

This is what Katie Hobbs is proposing:

AZ Central reports:

Hobbs said some of the communications “involve clear efforts to induce supervisors to refuse to comply with their duties,” which could violate Arizona law. She cited The Arizona Republic’s reporting last week on text messages and voicemails from the White House, Trump’s personal attorney, Rudy Giuliani, and Arizona Republican Party Chair Kelli Ward to the Republican members of the Board of Supervisors.

“The reporting also includes firsthand statements from the victims of this potential crime,” Hobbs said. She cited at least one potential felony charge under Arizona law.

Brnovich did not immediately comment on Hobbs’ request, which was emailed directly to the attorney general shortly after 1 p.m.

Late Wednesday, Rep. Ruben Gallego, D-Ariz., called on U.S. Attorney General Merrick Garland to examine the possibility of “an extremely serious crime” in what Gallago called a “pressure campaign” exerted by the Trump campaign and party officials.

CBS News added:

“Arizona law protects election officials from those who would seek to interfere with their sacred duties to ascertain and certify the will of the voters,” Hobbs said. “At the polling place, this law protects the right to vote. At the counting center, it protects the accuracy of results, free from political interference. But what protection exists for officials who fulfill their duties despite threats of political retribution if the person empowered to enforce the law is unwilling to do the same?”

The Arizona Republic reported last week that Mr. Trump twice tried to reach Clint Hickman, then-chairman of the Maricopa County Board of Supervisors, in the weeks after the presidential election, but the calls went to his voicemail. Giuliani, too, reportedly called Maricopa County supervisors and left voicemails that were obtained by the news outlet.



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