US Senate Candidate Mick McGuire blasts Arizona Attorney General and fellow Senate Candidate Mark Brnovich for failure to address voter fraud at AZ Senate Candidate Forum

Arizona is a critical swing state with some great America First candidates running for office, such as Kari Lake and Mick McGuire. Unfortunately, there are also RINOs like Mark Brnovich–the current Attorney General for Arizona and a Senate candidate running against the likes of McGuire and Blake Masters.

US Senate Candidate Mick McGuire Speaking in Arizona

Arizona is also one of the states focused on in 2,000 Mules due to the rampant suspicious activity and election fraud in 2020. For instance, there was a 68% increase in military absentee ballots from 2016 to 2020 while an 11% decrease in actual overseas deployments.

As Attorney General of Arizona, and presented with a mountain of evidence of voter fraud, Brnovich did nothing. He made no prosecutions and no effort to get to the truth, or employ consequences to those who helped to steal an election.

During the Arizona Senate Candidate Forum, there Mick McGuire was asked a question about election integrity. McGuire wasted no time in blasting Brnovich for his failures to prosecute voter fraud in his scathing response.

“HR1, Senate Bill 1 and HR4 have got to be stopped. Again, the federal government cannot take control of our elections. That said, there are some provisions in federal law about voting. One of them that I believe pertains to the last question this last election. I voted absentee military overseas in November of 1990 before the Gulf War living in a tent. I filled out my ballot and signed the back. Arizona is one of three states that allows military members to vote by digits on email through an IP address. In 2016, there were just over 6000 military absentee ballots that came into Maricopa County. In 2020, there were 10,457. In that same period of performance, I was the commanding general of the Guard. That’s a 68% increase in digital ballots that were submitted, and an 11% Decrease in overseas deployments. I believe that the chief law enforcement officer in the state has reasonable suspicion to open a criminal investigation into that.”

“People complain about different things, but you have lawyers for a reason. And people ask me, What can I do about it? I said, I’m an unemployed general, running for the United States Senate. But there is somebody on this stage that can act on that. And the truth of the matter is, you can’t play this game where you say you’re serious about this, and you’re not going to comment on criminal investigations, then publish an interim report about a criminal investigation and expect us to take you seriously in that capacity. That is the most important thing. “

Brnovich absolutely was the one person on that stage who could have done something about the voter fraud, and he failed to do so. Regarding this, he is as corrupt as any other RINO if not more so.

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