Follow @AZGOP or @Fannkfann for update. They post their status frequently.So they said they'll be done counting ballots in Arizona by the end of June. It's now July. Any update on this? They've spent a lot of time on this audit, so I wonder when they will finally publish their results.
I think the Dems have been cheating in elections forever (in 1960, JFK beat Nixon due to obvious cheating, but Nixon didn’t want to dispute). More than half the country knows Dems cheated to kick Orange out.They seem to be setting a narrative that Republicans are destroying democracy by adhering to the letter of the law (I.e., the Constitution) rather than the ”spirit of law” ( as defined by lefties). They would respond to Tucker’s litany of anomalies in Fulton county as quibbles, and who cares,..just allow as many votes as possible, and forget about silly rules and laws.
The looming danger is not that the mob will return; it’s that mainstream Republicans will “legally” overturn an election.
Because of that behavior, as well as its behavior over the past six months, we are convinced that the Republican Party leadership is willing to overturn an election. Moreover, we are concerned that it will be ableto do so—legally.
For elections to be democratic, all adult citizens must be equally able to cast a ballot and have that vote count. Using the letter of the law to violate the spirit of this principle is strikingly easy. Election officials can legally throw out large numbers of ballots on the basis of the most minor technicalities (e.g., the oval on the ballot is not entirely penciled in, or the mail-in ballot form contains a typo or spelling mistake). Large-scale ballot disqualification accords with the letter of the law, but it is inherently antidemocratic, for it denies suffrage to many voters. Crucially, if hardball criteria are applied unevenly, such that many ballots are disqualified in one party’s stronghold but not in other areas, they can turn an election
Throwing out thousands of ballots in rival strongholds may be profoundly antidemocratic, but it is technically legal, and Republicans in several states now have a powerful stick with which to enforce such practices.
We believe that the U.S. Constitution, in its current form, is enabling the radicalization of the Republican Party and exacerbating America’s democratic crisis.
Following the example of other democracies, we must expand access to the ballot, reform our electoral system to ensure that majorities win elections, and weaken or eliminate antiquated institutions such as the filibuster so that majorities can actually govern.
Don't forget 2004.I think the Dems have been cheating in elections forever (in 1960, JFK beat Nixon due to obvious cheating, but Nixon didn’t want to dispute). More than half the country knows Dems cheated to kick Orange out.
Loudon County is full of rich, liberal whites EC. Demographics doesn't explain Biden/Clinton lawn signs being ubiquitous in Leesburg and the surrounding properties of million + dollar homes. Nor does it explain a total inversion of the red/blue vote from Bush '04 to Obama '08. This is tantamount to blaming Connecticut being overwhelmingly white and Democrat on demo's. Democrats are losing blue collar middle class voters and Republicans are losing rich 'country clubbers'.Loudoun County saw mass immigration of Indians due to the number of data centers going up and expanding outsourcing of metro DC jobs to immigrants. That’s why it went so crazy.
Oh man, that would be entertaining as heck.Only way I could see Trump being sworn back in is if their play is to gaslight the country into a civil war. No matter how much evidence is presented that they stole the election even if CNN/MSNBC admitted as much, the optics of Biden being inaugurated only to have it be revoked and Trump take his place would make the 2016 meltdowns when Trump won look light.