RINO AZ Attorney General Mark Brnovich Asks The FBI And IRS To Investigate True The Vote

Mark Brnovich

RINO Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich has revealed his true colors with a recent letter to the IRS and the corrupt FBI, which calls on them to investigate True The Vote, the election integrity group featured in the groundbreaking 2000 Mules documentary.

Chief Special Agent Reginald Grigsby from Mark Brnovich’s Special Investigations Section sent the letter Friday alleging that True The Vote has raised considerable sums of money with nothing to show for it and claiming they did not give the Attorney General’s office any information that led to investigations in Arizona.

However, as The Gateway Pundit reported yesterday, an Arizona ballot trafficker was just sentenced to 30 days in jail after True The Vote investigated her trafficking ballots in San Luis, Arizona.

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It is also rumored that investigators from the Attorney General’s office were in San Luis again this past week, investigating and possibly indicting others for voter fraud and ballot trafficking in the 2020 election.

A representative from the Yuma County Sheriff’s office told TGP that the Attorney General’s office has partially taken over the County Sheriff’s investigation of voter fraud in the County. They also said, “We currently have 26 cases that we are investigating.”

“Investigators confirmed that the AG’s office was in town talking to people, but it is unknown if anybody was arrested at this time,” said the Yuma County Sherriff’s office.

The Attorney General’s office did not respond to our request for more information.

The Gateway Pundit reported in May that the Yuma County Sherriff released a report stating that the Yuma County Sheriff’s Office and the Yuma County Recorder’s office are working together to examine 2020 election fraud and patterns of fraud leading up to the 2022 Primary Election after the release of the 2000 Mules documentary.

The letter from the Attorney General’s office alleges that True The Vote’s claims of providing information to the Attorney General’s office are “patently false.”

“This is inaccurate. TTV has not provided us any information/evidence of election fraud in Arizona that has led to us initiating an investigation,” stated the letter.

The letter concludes, “Given TTV’s status as a nonprofit organization, it would appear that further review of their financials may be warranted.”

The Attorney General’s office still has not acted on the 2020 Election law violations and hundreds of thousands of illegal, fraudulent, and questionable ballots that were discovered by the Maricopa County full forensic audit, or the footage of individuals illegally deleting 2020 election files from the Elections Management Server in April 2021.

Nor have they acted on the Primary Election Day incompetence in Arizona’s three largest counties, where Republican voters were turned away from the polls after being told they’ve already voted and faced printer malfunctions which led to ballots not being available. The Gateway Pundit reported that in Pinal County, Republican voters were turned away from the polls early on election day because the County ran out of ONLY Republican ballots.

Now, Brnovich wants the FBI to investigate more good Americans who want election integrity.

Trump-Endorsed Nominee for Arizona Secretary of State Mark Finchem tweeted that True The Vote turned this information over to the Attorney General over a year ago and that Brnovich’s office is lying.

Read the full letter here.

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Jordan Conradson is TGP’s Arizona correspondent. Jordan has played a critical role in exposing fraud and corruption in the State’s elections and elected officials. His reporting on election crimes in Arizona led to the resignation of one Maricopa County official, and he was later banned from the Maricopa County press room. However, TGP and Jordan gained access after suing Maricopa County, the fourth largest county in America.

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