Arizona Rep. Paul Gosar has sent a letter admonishing the Department of Justice for audit interference in his state.
Rep. Gosar took aim at Deputy Assistant Attorney General Pamela Karlan over DOJ efforts to disenfranchise Arizona voters and prevent the 2020 election audit in Maricopa County, Arizona.
“The DOJ, through activist Pamela Karlan, is blatantly attempting to intimidate, interfere and obstruct those involved in the important audit process taking place in Maricopa County. It is critical that the integrity of the election process not be compromised by radicals inside Mr. Biden’s Justice Department,” the letter states.
“The DOJ should join the audit and seek full election transparency and proper verification that the process was ‘flawless’ and ‘perfect’ as has been stated, though without evidence. If the Democrats have nothing to hide, then they should stop meddling with the audit and allow it to be completed. Honest people don’t obstruct audits,” concluded Rep. Gosar.
The DOJ should be assisting the Arizona audit to make sure voters were not illegally disenfranchised instead of attempting to obstruct justice. pic.twitter.com/rURZnDJULE
— Rep. Paul Gosar, DDS (@RepGosar) May 18, 2021
Earlier this month, on May 5, Deputy Attorney General Karlan, on behalf the of the DOJ, sent a letter to Arizona State Senator Karen Fann in an effort to interfere, obstruct and intimidate unnecessarily those handling the 2020 election audit in Maricopa County.
The letter was also signed by Florida Congressman Matt Gaetz, Georgia Congresswoman Marjorie T. Greene, and Arizona Congressman Andy Biggs.
The letter can be read in full here.