On Tuesday, The Maricopa County Board of Supervisors and County Recorder Stephen Richer sent a pretentious and scornful letter to the Arizona Attorney General attacking his Maricopa County 2020 election audit “interim report.”
The County accused Attorney General Mark Brnovich of “playing politics,” misrepresenting facts, and abusing his legal authority.
Investigating criminals in government is not playing politics. Maricopa County continues to gaslight and play the victim.
After a special meeting on Monday, County officials issued their nine-page denial of Attorney General Mark Brnovich’s report that found “system-wide issues” in the early voting system. “The EIU’s review has uncovered instances of election fraud by individuals who have been or will be prosecuted for various elections crimes,” the report stated.
The County also announced that they would be asking County Attorney Rachel Mitchell to make public records requests to the Attorney General’s office in an attempt to discredit the report.
Mitchell was recently appointed as Maricopa County Attorney, clearly based on her stance that the 2020 election was “a fair election with no evidence of tampering or fraud.” She was hand-picked to represent the County and assist in the cover-up.
The Gateway Pundit previously reported on the interim report, which also discovered that “between 100,000 and 200,000 ballots were transported without a proper chain of custody.” This is nearly ten times the margin of victory in Arizona!
Despite this massive finding, the report issued nearly seven months after the Maricopa County election audit omitted other major findings and we have seen no arrests made.
The Gateway Pundit reported on the hundreds of thousands of ballot discrepancies discovered by the 2020 election audit.
Brnovich’s report also failed to mention the heinous crimes committed by ballot “mules” and nonprofits in the Phoenix area. According to Dinesh D’Souza’s latest documentary exposing the stolen 2020 election, at least 200 ballot traffickers were discovered in Phoenix alone.
In response to these chain of custody findings, the County claimed that it is incorrect to say ballots are questionable “because data was missing from some of the forms.”
381 out of 1,895 or 20% of Early Voting Ballot Transport Statements were reportedly missing required information such as ballot counts, audit signatures, courier signatures, election department receiver signals, and documentation of security seals. All of these ballots are questionable.
Responding to Brnovich’s promise that he would prosecute individuals for election fraud, the County asked, “why no discussion of the fraud cases found?”
Mark Brnovich needs to make the arrests.
On Tuesday, Mark Brnovich tweeted a weak response video whining about how his suspects refuse to work with him.
Brnovich: We should be working together to address issues so everyone, no matter who they are, can have confidence in the electoral process because the reality is we issued an interim report that identified several issues that need to be addressed. I mean, literally up to 200,000 ballots did not have a proper chain of custody. People can draw their own conclusions, but instead of attacking me for those findings, the County Supervisors should be addressing what are they going to do to make sure that doesn’t happen again? And as far as ballot signature verification, you know whether it took six seconds, eight seconds, or 10 seconds, why doesn’t the Board of Supervisors tell us exactly what they did, how long it took, and whether they believe that was an adequate amount of time? Because literally, there was a time not too long ago when the county recorder Stephen Richer himself had brought up issues as far as what the county was doing when it came to ballot counting.
While many people are frustrated, the important thing to remember is that we should all want the same thing — fair elections that maintain accuracy and promote public confidence.
Here is my response to the special meeting from the Maricopa County Board of Supervisors. pic.twitter.com/6phLqURWXn
— Mark Brnovich (@GeneralBrnovich) May 4, 2022
Weak Mark Brnovich must stop pleading with the County and enforce law and order.
Contact Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich to demand indictments.