It could be that the reason Katie Hobbs was removed from the authority over elections is the attempt to make ballot harvesting and out of precinct voting legal.
Many appealed to Hobbs, but she was willing to ignore them and now she has paid the price for her arrogance.
That power went to Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich who immediately intervened in the DNC versus Hobbs lawsuit on Tuesday.
The Democrats filed a similar suit just before the 2016 election. The state managed to get a stay from the Appeals Court until the Supreme Court heard the case.
The court later ruled in the favor of Arizona that allowed their ban on ballot harvesting and out of precinct voting.
Every bill or lawsuit they have is to make cheating easier. Have you noticed that?
Tuesday, March 3, 2020
On Tuesday, Attorney General Mark Brnovich filed a Motion to Intervene with the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals on behalf of the State of Arizona in the Democratic National Committee lawsuit challenging Arizona’s ban on ballot harvesting and statutes regulating out-of-precinct voting. Attorney General Brnovich is moving to intervene on this matter on behalf of the State because defendant Secretary of State Hobbs has announced that she does not support an appeal.
As noted in today’s filing, Attorney General Brnovich moves to intervene in this matter, assuring the State’s interest in retaining its “broad authority to structure and regulate elections,” is fully preserved and that there is no possible procedural hindrance to Supreme Court review of the matter. The Attorney General is empowered by Arizona law to seek intervention in federal court on behalf of the State.
VIDEO OF THE DAYIdiots Twerk On Ambulance After Shooting In Oakland, CA
Earlier this month the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals granted Brnovich’s motion to stay the Court’s mandate in the DNC v. Hobbs case. The stay ensures Arizona’s ban on ballot harvesting and the law regarding out-of-precinct voting will remain in place until the U.S. Supreme Court has a chance to hear the appeal of the case.
At the same time this battle rages on, auditors are combing through 2.1 million votes in Maricopa County Arizona, trying to find out if the election was on the up and up.
This also comes after we were informed that all950 military ballots in Georgia. That is not even remotely possible. Future elections must be run on the up and up.