Democrats are in pure panic mode in Arizona, filing an emergency temporary restraining order to block the election audit in Maricopa County.
The historic audit of 2.1 million ballots was set to begin Friday. However, Democrat lawyers waiting until the last minute to try to cancel the audit.
“We’re going to get to the bottom of Nov. 3,” said Stephen K. Bannon.
Arizona state representative Mark Finchem said the temporary restraining order filed by ex-Clinton lawyer and dossier-facilitator Marc Elias, “reads like Saul Alinsky’s Rules for Radicals.”
“They just ripped the cover off it and tried to include it in a court case,” he said. “If there’s a conspiracy theory here, it’s the Democrats,” as they are throwing everything against the wall to prevent independent auditors from checking the Nov. 3 election.
Finchem said he’s getting “the most vile threats you can imagine” from the left, showing their desperation of looking at the actual ballots.
“They are absolutely beside themselves that this is going forward,” he said.
Members of Trump’s legal team reacted to the attempt to stop the public from finally getting a chance to see a real audit of ballots from the presidential election.
Boris Epshteyn said he expects the restraining order to fail. Rudy Giuliani said their last minute attempt to block transparency shows Democrats are in a panic.
“If you ran a legitimate election and the state legislature wants to take a look and you’ve got nothing to worry about then answer is, ‘Yes come take a look,’” he said.
“These idiots think we’re so stupid to believe that no illegal aliens voted in Arizona,” Giuliani said. “That’s impossible in Arizona.”