Arizona shared breaking news.
The Maricopa County audit is well underway, and it’s scheduled to end within a month.
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Moreover, the Dems attempted numerous times to stop the audit, but their effort doesn’t show any results.
They beg the Department of Justice to take part in their actions and stop the audit.
Folks, it is the same DOJ that wants to investigate Rudy Giuliani but refuses to examine Hunter Biden.
It is headed by Merrick Garland, the Supreme Court nominee that Republicans rejected to hold a nomination hearing.
I think that there are many conflicts of interest.
— Morgan Loew (@morganloewcbs5) April 29, 2021
The Department of Justice needs to be looking at the crap that’s happening in Maricopa County in Arizona, like yesterday! Why isn’t the courts stopping this blatantly fake “audit”? I know there’s a lot for the DOJ to do, but this needs to be stopped NOW!
— KerryRogersTX (@tx_kerry) April 27, 2021
Merrick Garland and the DOJ needs to review the Republican Voter Fraud being conducted in Maricopa County Arizona. https://t.co/qjPJZIdKiP
— Vladdy Pudding (@PuddingVladdy) April 26, 2021
Judges rejected Democrats’ effort to stop the Maricopa forensic audit. I want to know why?
I will tell you because the State Senate ordered the audit.
The Constitution of the U.S. gives the state legislature the sole authority in running elections.
Because the Arizona Senate authorized the forensic audit, it’s complicated to stop it!
The Dems beg the DOJ led by Garland.
Arizona Family, a CBS affiliate, first reported about the Maricopa audit.
”A national, public interest law firm at the New York University School of Law is asking the Department of Justice to send federal observers to monitor Arizona’s audit of 2.1 million ballots in Maricopa County.
The Brennan Center for Justice sent a letter to the DOJ Thursday morning, citing “concern that the auditors are engaged in ongoing and imminent violations of federal voting and election laws.” The law group claims that the Arizona Senate and Cyber Ninjas, the firm hired by the Senate to conduct the audit, are “violating their duty under federal law to retain and preserve ballots cast in a federal election, which are and have been in danger of being stolen, defaced, or irretrievably damaged.”
The letter references an Arizona’s Family investigation showcasing security lapses at Arizona Veteran’s Memorial Coliseum, where the audit is being conducted. Arizona’s Family investigator Morgan Loew and his team were able to access and walk through the coliseum’s hallways, staircases, and parts of the main floor for four consecutive days. At no point were Loew and his team asked to leave.
The Brennan Center says the Arizona Senate and Cyber Ninjas failed to ensure the security of the ballots by “keeping doors unlocked and allowing unauthorized persons to access the ballot storage facility.” The law firm is concerned about the integrity of the ballots and if materials being used by Cyber Ninjas will cause the ballot paper and marks to deteriorate.
Another concern is that the Cyber Ninjas and Arizona Senate might engage in “unlawful voter intimidation in violation of the Voting Rights Act and other federal laws.” This issue stems from Cyber Ninja’s procedure to deploy agents to “physically canvas” Maricopa County voters and “collect information” related to voter history.’‘
However, ignore what the Dems say because this audit is the most transparent.
Nine cameras are live streaming the audit and the auditors’ work. Moreover, the entire audit is guarded by authorized personnel and strict security.
So, no matter how hard the Dems tried, the audit won’t stop.
Cyber Ninjas, hired by Arizona Senate to recount Maricopa County’s ballots, is a brazen criminal voter fraud operation in progress.
DOJ needs to step in, round up all those involved, confiscate the ballots & the voting machines, to preserve evidence of tampering with the votes.
— alla baht (@Alla_Baht) April 28, 2021
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