Law professor David Clements says all eyes are on Maricopa County, and whether finally there is an audit that examines physical ballots from Nov. 3.

“There hasn’t been a real audit,” Clements told War Room, Thursday. “None of these counties have we seen those physical ballots offered up to be counted.”

“Maricopa County is the key right now,” he said. “We need one domino to drop and if that happens we can shine the light and perhaps have some arrests occur.”

Clements, a professor at New Mexico State University, examined all the court cases surrounding the presidential election. He concluded no court actually took up the evidence of voter fraud.

Clements said the Maricopa County audit of 2.1 million ballots is promising. However, observers are on edge after constant stonewalling by officials throughout the process.

“Desperate people can do desperate things,” Clements said. “We’re worried about shredding of ballots, more fires out in the middle of the desert.”

“All eyes are on Maricopa,” he said.


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