A few observations on some audit-related happenings

Posted by DC on Mon, 07/19/2021 - 03:50

There's a ton of audit news and information that's been dropping, but there are a few stories of significance for which I have some observations. 

Ronna Romney (stop using her last name "McDaniel") came out and pretended to be concerned about the election news coming out about Georgia.  She's in the "move on from Trump" camp, and certainly share's Uncle Mitt's disdain for the President.

Who cares about Romney?  Because she's the head of the GOP, and everything she says and does gives us insight into the GOP itself.  Most people don't understand this, but the GOP chair doesn't answer to the voters.

It answers to officers in the GOP, elected from the bottom-up by local precincts.

When the overwhelming majority of Trump voters are furious at Romney, it doesn't make a bit of difference to her.  We're not her boss, and we didn't elect her.  The GOP elected her.  Because I know this, it tells me the GOP is changing for the better and it's reaching to the top and lighting a fire under her RINO ass.

"But DC, she was a Trumper in 2016!".  No.  The Michigan GOP was a Trump fan, therefore she supported Trump.

Romney's tweet tells me that conservatives are learning about Dan Shultz' Precinct Project plan and getting involved in the GOP.  Really, this is the most important thing people can do, I believe, because it's the most effective, and changes the GOP from RINO to MAGA.  Keep your eye on that RINO.

Another observation I had was of Arizona, and I have yet to see this take on Arizona Attorney General Brnovich's office asking Katie Hobbs for evidence on illegal voting:

"The (attorney general) has not received any information from your office regarding potential double voting in the 2018 or 2020 election," Wright wrote, according to a copy obtained by the Arizona Republic. "Notably, this is the first time in over a decade the AGO has received no referrals from the Secretary of State regarding double voting."

Wright also wrote: "Additionally, please provide any and all records your office possesses related to potential violations of Arizona's election laws."

I think this is the beginning of the end for Hobbs.  Think about how badly she's now stuck between a rock and a hard place.    The Arizona state senators have the preliminary results from the audit, and Hobbs has them as well.  Therefore, she can provide this evidence to Brnovich.  If she doesn't, she's in trouble.

On the other hand, if she does provide the evidence she has, she's in trouble.  Why?  Because she knew about most of the issues, yet she certified the election, illegally.  Ouch.  Karen Fann has already said she'll be sending criminal referrals from the audits, which is not good for Hobbs.



Hobbs is on an island all alone right now, and now the Attorney General is up in her business.  Brnovich is running for Senate, and he knows if he does the right thing, he'll be a shoe-in with a clean election system, as he'd be rewarded by the people of Arizona, so I do think he'll now begin to get serious.

President Trump is having a rally on the 24th, and we'll have more information by then, so this inferno is about to go nuclear.  Brnovich doesn't want Trump to turn the entire state against him.

I'd think ultimately the Attorney General's office will appoint a special prosecutor to investigate Hobbs, Maricopa County, and other criminals involved in the election coup.


Kelly Townsend


In Georgia, there's a comedic fail story involving RINO rat Brad Raffensperger.  He's been cornered by the facts and his office blew the whistle on him, so like any cornered rat, he's been lashing out at others, like his partners-in-crime, Fulton County.

The rat's desperate play to throw Fulton County Chairman Robb Pitts under the bus by calling for his termination has spectacularly backfired.  Remember, the rat's worst fear is a forensic audit, not only for Fulton County, but multiple counties.

As the rat pushes Pitts under the bus, Pitts reaches up and pulls him under with him:


Robb Pitts letter


How I wish I could have seen the rat's face when he heard that Pitts called for an audit of all counties in the state.  Wow.  In conclusion, the GOP is turning more red, and Hobbs and the rat are in a world of trouble.  I'd think Hobbs or the rat will be the first major arrest.  I don't think they can flip; they're in too deep.

This week should be quite interesting.


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