GOP Conference Chair Elise Stefanik appeared with Maria Bartiromo on Fox Business Sunday and she told Maria that the DOJ interfering with the audit of the votes in Maricopa County Arizona is unconstitutional.
I couldn’t agree more because the DOJ has been corrupted and secondly because they work for Joe Biden and finally because voting is a state function and the feds should not be involved.
I have no doubt that Stefanik will defend Donald trump but there is no way in hell I would have selected her. Her voting record is abysmal. She has a conservative rating of 35%. To tell you how bad that is all we have to do is compare. Ilhan Omar has a 38% conservative rating. Stefanik’s opponent for the leadership chair was Chip Roy who has a rating of 100%.
During the interview, the two started talking about the audit in Maricopa County in Arizona. And then Bartiromo asked Stefanik if she supported the audit.
Here is some of what she said:
Rep. Elise Stefanik: I support that audit. Transparency is good for the American people. And again, this should be a non-partisan issue, whether you are Republican, Democrat, Independent or conservative transparency is important. And the audit was passed by the Arizona State Senate. The Biden Department of Justice is trying to block that audit. That is unconstitutional from my perspective. Our states, constitutionally, are responsible for writing states’ constitution law.
Article I, Section 4, Clause 1:
The Times, Places and Manner of holding Elections for Senators and Representatives, shall be prescribed in each State by the Legislature thereof; but the Congress may at any time by Law make or alter such Regulations, except as to the Places of choosing Senators.
The constitution is quite clear that the legislature in each state makes the laws concerning elections and nowhere does it give the DOJ the right to question it.
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The audit is shut down this week because the venue is being used for graduation ceremonies. They have already found fraud in many of the boxes.
Each box has a tally sheet of the votes contained in each box. The tally sheets show overcounts by 5% to 15% in many of the boxes.
There are definitely questions we need to be asking.