The Maricopa County Board of Supervisors will meet in a special executive session later this morning to discuss the Arizona Attorney General’s latest 2020 election report.
Last month, The Gateway Pundit reported that Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich finally released his initial review of the 2020 election audit. He identified hundreds of thousands of illegally counted ballots and announced that individuals “will be prosecuted for various elections crimes.”
Arizona is still waiting for these criminals to be prosecuted. Mark Brnovich was handed massive evidence of election fraud and he has refused to do anything about it.
The Maricopa County Board of Supervisors and County Recorder Stephen Richer will meet at 9 AM to obtain legal advice and discuss possible action regarding the Attorney General’s report. What is the County hiding now?
The Maricopa County Board of Supervisors and @stephen_richer will discuss @GeneralBrnovich’s “interim report” on the election and the BOS will take “possible action” at a meeting scheduled for 9am tomorrow. pic.twitter.com/kJNm9HZFrk
— Jeremy Duda (@jeremyduda) May 4, 2022
This curious meeting comes on the heels of the “2000 Mules” documentary premiere, which quickly sold out in every theater it was played at across Maricopa County — the fourth most populous county in America. This groundbreaking film proves that the 2020 election was stolen in key swing states across the country using paid ballot traffickers or “mules.”
Brnovich failed to mention these horrible crimes in his weak and politically correct interim report.
The Gateway Pundit will provide updates on Maricopa County’s meeting and possible action.
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