Russiagate Hoax Lawyer Warns Mohave County Supervisors After Election Certification Delay Vote

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Marc Elias

The Democrat attorney behind the Russiagate hoax, Marc Elias, is flexing his muscle again, this time in response to the decision by the Mohave County Board of Supervisors to delay certifying the mid-term results.

The Board said their decision was made as a statement of solidarity with those people who believe Maricopa County mismanaged its election and disenfranchised countless voters.

“Let me be clear, if any Arizona County fails to follow the law and to timely certify the election results, they will be sued. The Board members in Mohave should go ask their buddies in Cochise about how that worked out for them,” tweeted Elias.

Elias was referring to a lawsuit brought by a group closely associated with the Mark Kelly campaign, the Arizona Alliance for Retired Americans, which is an affiliate of the Arizona AFL-CIO, to stop a hand count of all ballots cast in Cochise County.

The Cochise County Board of Supervisors voted last week to delay certifying the results until they could secure confirmation that their tabulation equipment was appropriately certified.

On Saturday, the Elections Integrity Unit of the Arizona Attorney General’s Office demanded a response from Maricopa County “pertaining to issues related to the administration of the 2022 General Election in Maricopa County.”

The demand follows “statements made by both Chairman Gates and Recorder Richer, along with information Maricopa County released through official modes of communication appear to confirm potential statutory violations of Title 16,” according to Arizona Assistant Attorney General Jennifer Wright.

Gates admitted on Twitter that over 6 percent of Election Day ballots were impacted by printer issues but denied that the failure resulted in voter suppression.

According to The Federalist, Elias led the “successful effort to change hundreds of laws and processes across the country to enable tens of millions of unsupervised ballots to flood the system.”

Despite evidence that an untold number of voters were disenfranchised, Elias, who claims to be a champion of election integrity, has said nothing about Maricopa County’s mismanagement.

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