An Arizona lawmaker revealed that the former President TrumpDonald Trump Chris Wallace: Reaction against Fauy sends emails “extremely political” turned to encouraging lawmakers to conduct a guerrilla audit aimed at proving baseless allegations of irregularities in the state’s presidential election in November, according to newly issued emails.
The crowd of emails shows that Trump and Rudy GiulianiRudy Giuliani’s lawyers from Swwell say they are having difficulty serving Brooks with a lawsuit by a federal judge to appoint a special foreman to review materials seized from Giuliani’s federal prosecutors investigating whether Ukraine interfered in the 2020 election., his personal lawyer at the time, were in frequent contact with Republican lawmakers. The announcements were received by the non-profit legal group American Supervision through a request for recording under the Freedom of Information Act and were published on Friday.
The emails show that Arizona Senate President Karen Fan (R) is among the most frequent envoys with Trump and Giuliani, saying in one case that she had spoken to Giuliani “at least six times in the last two weeks.”
“I’ve been in a lot of conversations with Rudy in recent weeks, trying to do that. I have his full support and a personal call from President Trump, thanking us for the pressure to prove any fraud, “she said in another note.
In late November, Fan asked Trump’s team for all the evidence he had obtained of “fraudulent fraud.”
“No lawsuit has been filed or a lawsuit challenging the certification process,” she wrote. I also want to get to the bottom of it all.
Fan admitted in an e-mail to a voter that Biden had won Arizona – noting the first time the Democratic presidential candidate had taken the state since 1996, but most of her correspondence focused on making and promoting allegations of election irregularities in November.
Arizona quickly became the zero point for Republican efforts to undo the results of last year’s presidential race.
Republicans in the state Senate are conducting a guerrilla audit of the election results in Maricopa County, Arizona’s largest county.
Efforts have drawn criticism from Republicans for their lack of transparency, and Arizona Secretary of State Katie Hobbes (D) has committed to security breaches.
“Nothing is really happening here that gives confidence that they will prepare a valid report. They will not give results that can be reproduced, “Hobbes told The Hill. “They don’t know what they’re doing and they had no idea how long it would take them to do it.”
“Right now, our state government is run by conspiracy theorists who are more focused on political posing than things, and that needs to change.”