Arizona Republicans STRIKE BACK – File Motion of Their Own Against State Democrats – Arizona GOP Chairwoman Kelli Ward Delivers Update on Maricopa County Forensic Audit

By Jim Hoft Published April 25, 2021 at 4:11pm

The Arizona Republican Party Chairwoman Kelli Ward gave an update Saturday on the ongoing Maricopa County forensic audit of 2020 ballots and Dominion voting machines.

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Kelli Ward spoke about how Democrats went to court on Friday in their latest attempt to shut down the ballot audit. In a disgusting move, the Democrats accused Republicans of recruiting “hate groups” to perform the audit. The court did not accept their bogus argument.

According to Ward, the Arizona Supreme Court weighed in on the latest challenge by Democrats and also allowed the audit to keep going.

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Next week the Arizona Supreme Court will rule on a motion brought by the Arizona Senate that the courts do not have the authority to infringe upon the Senate’s ability to manage the audit as they see fit and that any civil action by the Democrats to stop the audit through continued court action crosses the line of separation of powers afforded by the United States Constitution. (Click Here)

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