It’s a big day for the Trump campaign!
The Arizona Supreme Court has agreed to hear the Republicans’ case on appeal after the Arizona Republican Party was able to inspect a sample of ballots and envelopes that have proved major irregularities.
A lower court had previously dismissed the suit, but Republican Party Chairwoman in Arizona, Kelly Ward, was not willing to give up. (And she won’t anytime soon! She recently told KTAR News 92.3 FM’s The Mike Broomhead Show that she would “go to the end to prove” that “President Trump won this election by a landslide in Arizona.”)
On Thursday, Ward told KFYI-AM radio that Warner granted the campaign access to check for “red flag” issues among the 1.9 million ballots that came in absentee, as well as the duplicate ballots filled out by election officials in Maricopa County (which includes Phoenix) when the original ballots could not be read by the voting machine. “We didn’t know if we were going to be successful with these 100 ballots we got to look at because it’s such a small sample,” Ward said. “What did we find? A 3 percent swing towards president Trump,” she added. [….] Ward said in a video posted by the Arizona GOP Monday, “We are asking to look at the 28,000 duplicated ballots that are in Maricopa County alone, as well as all the digitally adjudicated ballots. There are well over 100,000 ballots that could be affected (statewide) and that is more than enough to swing this election,” she said.
The race between Joe Biden and Donald Trump in Arizona is EXTREMELY close. If the Republican challenge can prove more than 10,500 discrepancies, it could affect where Arizona’s 11 electoral votes go.
This is a cause for celebration for conservatives who are still holding out hope for a fair election.