Arizona Attorney General Mark Brunovic (R) defended the state’s election process on Wednesday to prevent voter fraud and irregularities in the Trump campaign.
When the host Neil Cavuto appeared on Fox News, Brnovich asked about recent controversies about voting in Arizona, including Trump campaign lawyers claimed that there was evidence that Maricopa County’s ballot was “wrongly rejected” and demanded that the evidence be sealed.
According to the Republic of Arizona, the election official’s lawyers successfully argued that the evidence was not disclosed because the public “has the right to know how fragile the plaintiff’s evidence is actually.
Brunovic dismissed the lawsuit with inconsequential grounds. He said: “We are actually talking about less than 200 votes in question. Therefore, the reality is that even if these votes may be reversed, I will I don’t think it will make a difference in Arizona just because of the numbers.”
Brnovicz said: “On election night, if you look at the numbers, many people who are really good at politics and opinion polls say that the president is likely to return.”
According to Brnovich, there are fewer than 50,000 votes left, and the president needs to win 65% of the votes to win Arizona.
Blenovic said: “Neil, I mean, we need to deal with facts and evidence.” “If there is a problem or you think there is a potential problem, the answer is that you don’t have to wait until the lawsuit is completed before you file. If voters The people on the list have problems, and you know other problems that need to be solved in the past rather than passively.”
Cavuto praised the Republican Brnovitch for his “steel nerves and commensurate backbone” and conveyed news that party members might not want to hear.
Brnovich ended his interview by ensuring that if there was a conspiracy, it was ensuring that the other elected seats of the Democratic Party failed to observe.
“County election officials are the Democrats who lost and the other Republicans who won. The real situation is that this is due to the division of votes. People voted for the secret ballot of the Republicans, but they did not vote for it. President TrumpDonald John Trump Fed accused the Staten Island man of threats to Schumer, and the FBI cancelled the opportunity to vacation in Florida: Reports say Romney shot down his appointment in the Biden cabinet. More. “