Arizona Republican Attorney General Mark Brnovich defends the state election process against allegations of fraud from the Trump campaign – As the President wrongly said on Thursday that “the state” will easily win – When Joe Biden was called the winner a few days ago, at a historic turning point Democrats.
“It simply came to our notice then Joe Biden will beat Arizona, ”Brnovich Said Fox Business Last night. “There is no evidence, no facts to convince anyone that the election results will change,” Hill said Announced.
Hill continued: Host host Neil Goutto was asked about the controversies currently being voted on in Arizona, one of which was the Trump campaign attorney, who claimed there was evidence that votes in Marigopa County were “wrongly rejected” and that the evidence should be sealed.
Proponents of her case have been working to make the actual transcript of this statement available online. “The public has a right to know how little the plaintiff’s evidence really is,” he said. According to the Republic of Arizona.
Pronovich dismissed the case as endless, saying, “We are really questioning and skeptical about less than 200 votes. So the truth is, even if those votes were flipped, I don’t think it would make a difference because of the numbers in Arizona. ”
“On election night, if you look at the numbers – a lot of people who are very good at politics and voting have said that the president can come back,” Brnovich said. The reality of the election is that Trump’s chances of getting back on the ballot are “very unlikely” given the size of the ballot and the percentage he needs to make any gains.
With less than 50,000 votes to be counted, according to Brnovich, the president must win 65 percent of the vote to beat Arizona.
“This is my opinion, Neil, we have to deal with facts and evidence,” Brnovich said. “If there is a problem or you think there is a potential problem, the answer is, do not wait until a lawsuit is filed. If you have problems with those on the voter list, you know of other issues, and you should resolve those issues instead of reacting.”
Trump did not tweet this morning: