AZ AG Mark Brnovich has the power to investigate election fraud but is he an establishment Weasel?
Updated: Jul 19, 2021
The quick answer is that nobody knows because on the one hand he argued that Arizona Common Sense Election Laws should be up held but, on the other hand he does not appear to have done much to investigate the significant election fraud in Arizona.
It is important to understand the use of the word significant rather than the use of the phrase widespread when quantifying election fraud. Significant election fraud might only represent one half of one percent but, could be enough to change the result of an election whereas wide spread would mean that a large amount of election fraud took place everywhere. Mainstream media and so called "fact checkers" will refute a post that claims significant voter fraud by making the following statement. "The Department of Justice has stated repeatedly that there was not wide spread voter fraud in the 2020 National Election." (Source: The US Department of Justice). However, the claim was not widespread voter fraud but the claim was significant voter fraud. Thus, significant voter fraud can exist without the existence of widespread voter fraud.
In his Wednesday July 14th message to Arizona Secretary of State Kate Hobbs, Brnovich indicated that he would like to see any evidence of voter fraud in her possession. In the meantime, Arizona State Senator Kelly Townsend wants Brnovich to do more that an informal document request to Hobbs. Townsend has demanded that Brnovich investigate the Arizona audit findings and after the investigation take the next appropriate steps.
One thing is certain in Arizona. There was significant voter fraud before, during and after the November 3rd, 2020 United States General Election. One of the questions on everyone's mind is will Arizona AG Brnovich have the courage or incentive to investigate the obvious election crimes that took place in the state he serves.
By: Extremely American Kevin Wright