Trump tweeted, “BIG win today in Arizona.” “A widely regarded Judge has just ruled that the Arizona State Senate’s forensic audit can and will continue.”
“Over a hundred Democratic lawyers were sent to contest this audit,” he said. “The findings would be fascinating to watch for the United States and the rest of the world!”
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“Why are the Democrats putting up such a battle to keep the truth hidden?” Trump went on to say. “I know why, and everyone else does, too.”
An Arizona judge denied a temporary restraining order that would have put an end to the audit on Wednesday. On Tuesday, the judge overseeing the Arizona audit cases was abruptly replaced by a new judge.
On Monday, the Hill announced that “the case was reassigned to Maricopa County Superior Court Judge Daniel G. Martin hours after Judge Christopher Coury recused himself from the case due to the presence of an attorney who had served as an extern in his office over the last five years.”
The article continued, “Coury’s recusal came less than 24 hours before a hearing scheduled for Monday morning.”
gudgeon Daniel Martin is connected to Perkins Coie, a law firm that has sent a slew of lawyers to try to halt the election audit. Despite this, many people who predicted election shenanigans were shocked.
Democrats filed a lawsuit on Thursday to stop the Maricopa County election audit. The audit will be postponed until Monday, thanks to the former judge’s agreement.
“Superior Court Judge Christopher Coury said he needs to make sure the recount follows Arizona law to the letter and requested more detail on the audit’s policies and procedures by Monday morning,” according to AZ Central.
The audit will be paused at 5 p.m. if Gallardo or the Democratic Party post a $1 million bond, according to the paper.
Since the Democrats were unable to generate the $1 million bond, the audit proceeded. Now that another roadblock to election integrity in 2020 has been eliminated, the forensic audit will continue as expected.