The battle to uncover the truth behind the 2020 election wages on.
Former President Donald Trump has given his full support behind certain state efforts to investigate what went down on that November day in 2020. His journey for truth has been met with a series of obstacles from both Republicans and Democrats on the state and federal level.
However, in Arizona, it seems the Republicans are the biggest obstacle Trump and every freedom-loving American must face to finally get to the bottom of the 2020 presidential election.
While the Republican-held Arizona Senate is mostly backing the forensic audit of Maricopa County, former President Donald Trump is calling out a “RINO” for “doing everything in his power” to obstruct it.
Trump released a statement calling out Arizona Senator Ron Boyer as he leads the charge to obstruct the Republican-led ballot audit.
You can read Trump’s full statement here:
— Naren Mukherjee 🇮🇳 (@narendra52) July 23, 2021
RINO, an acronym for Republican in name only, is used by some to describe GOP lawmakers who break from the party on certain issues. Trump often uses it to label his critics in Congress, although this one is an Arizona lawmaker.
Trump stopped short of endorsing a primary candidate, but he did mention former Arizona state GOP Rep. Anthony Kern as a “strong and highly respected challenger” to Boyer in Glendale, Arizona’s District 20.
Back in May, Boyer blasted his fellow Arizona Republicans in The New York Times for their support and execution of the 2020 election audit. His condemnation of the audit comes after initially supporting the efforts to examine that likelihood of voter fraud.
“Looking back, I didn’t think it would be this ridiculous. It’s embarrassing to be a state senator at this point,” Boyer said.
Author: Nolan Sheridan