A former state legislator in Arizona revealed it to the former President TrumpDonald Trump Chris Wallace: The setback of the FC emails ‘very political’ ‘very interesting’: Trump put forward the idea of running for the House, Speaker Eric Prince became the impetus for the experimental Govt-19 vaccine: more report According to newly released emails, the November presidential race went on to encourage lawmakers to conduct a discriminatory audit aimed at proving baseless allegations of electoral fraud in the state.
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Emails show that Arizona State Senate President Karen von (R) was one of the most frequent ambassadors to Trump and Giuliani, who on one occasion said she had “talked to Giuliani” at least 6 times in the last two weeks.
“I have had several conversations with Rudy over the past few weeks. Thank you to him for his full support and for President Trump’s personal call for pressuring me to prove any fraud,” he said in another note.
Fon asked Trump’s team at the end of November for any evidence of “widespread fraud.”
“No lawsuit has been filed or a lawsuit filed to compete for the certification process,” he wrote. “I want to go down with all of this.”
Fan acknowledged in an email that Biden had won Arizona – indicating that the Democratic presidential candidate had seized the state since 1996 – but most of his letters focused on fielding and promoting allegations of electoral fraud in November.
Arizona quickly turned out to be zero for Republicans’ efforts to overturn the results of last year’s presidential race.
In the state Senate, Republicans are censoring election results in a discriminatory manner in Marigopa County, Arizona’s largest district.
The initiative has drawn criticism from Republicans for its lack of transparency, and Arizona Secretary of State Katie Hobbs (D) considered the initiative problematic with security breaches.
“Nothing is happening here, it gives them no confidence that they are going to produce a valid report. They are not going to produce reproducible results,” Hobbs The Hill said. “They don’t know what they’re doing, they have no clue how long it will take to do this.”
“Right now, our state government is run by conspiracy theorists. They are more focused on political posture than doing things. That needs to change.”