Democrat Lawfare Group Including Perkins Coie Sends Legal Threat to Group Auditing Maricopa County Election


Posted originally on the conservative tree house April 7, 2021 | Sundance | 189 Comments

This is very interesting… and it appears the professional Democrat machine is increasingly apoplectic at the Maricopa, Arizona, ballot audit approved by the state senate and affirmed by the state courts.

The Arizona legislature authorized a full and comprehensive audit of Maricopa County’s 2020 election ballots.

The Maricopa County board of elections has thrown every roadblock against the state legislature trying to block the audit.  However, a state judge agreed with the legislative intent and affirmed the authority of the audit.  Then the county board held an emergency secret meeting and refused to allow the auditors to use their facilities. {Go Deep}

Part of the audit authorization (included in the state’s audit instructions) was for a limited canvassing of actual voters; meaning the auditors can go to the homes/locations of people/groups and verify they actually voted or submitted the ballots attributed to them.  This ability to go directly to the source has triggered a politically connected legal team known as “Protect Democracy” into another level of panic.  The Protect Democracy group uses Clinton’s infamous law firm Perkins Coie.

Perkins Coie is threatening the contracted auditing agency, Florida-based Cyber Ninjas, with legal action if they follow through with their authority and question the voters who are attributed as sources of thousands of ballots in single geographic locations.  [Perkins Coie Threat Letter Here]

[Source Letter – pdf available]

The auditing agency previously said:

“When I was approached about submitting a proposal for this audit, I knew full well that this would mean I’d come under attack and that my business might be damaged by those attacks… The big question should not be, ‘Am I biased,’ but ‘Will this audit be transparent, truthful and accurate?’ The answer to the latter question is a resounding ‘Yes.’”

~  Cyber Ninjas’ chief executive officer, Doug Logan (source)

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