MSNBC’s Rachel Maddow Says Audit Of 2020 Election In Arizona Is ‘Dangerous’ (VIDEO)

Cable host Rachel Maddow is not a fan of conducting a 2020 election audit in Arizona, even going so far as to call the move “dangerous.”

How is the truth dangerous?

Don’t the American people deserve to know what really happened there? Additionally, if she is so confident of Biden’s win, what’s the problem?

The Washington Examiner reports:

Rachel Maddow warns of ‘dangerous’ 2020 election audit in Arizona

MSNBC’s Rachel Maddow predicted “long run” consequences to the GOP-backed 2020 election audit in Maricopa County, Arizona.

The opinion host told her audience on Friday that supporters of former President Donald Trump will use the process to cast doubt on the results “in a way that none of their failed lawsuits in the past have been able to do.”

Maddow also noted that the people hired by the Republican-led Arizona Senate to conduct the audit of the county now have possession of the election materials in the county that includes Phoenix, calling them “conspiracy theorists.” President Joe Biden won Maricopa County, which has already undergone two prior audits finding no issues, as well as the state of Arizona.

Democrats who sued to stop the audit, arguing that it violates state election security laws, refused to pay a $1 million bond set by a judge on Friday in order for there to be a temporary pause over the weekend while the firm hired to do the audit, Cyber Ninjas, has to provide documents about its procedures. Kory Langhofer, a lawyer for the Arizona Senate president, has indicated there will be an appeal.

Watch Maddow below:

The 2020 election will not be remembered kindly by history.

Democrats and the media have basically criminalized questioning the outcome. They will not be able to sustain that for years to come.

 

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