Tucson, Arizona 2020-11-22 11:30:00 –
Christie, who had just been reelected in District 2, provided the rationale for this torture on Tuesday as to why she voted against the proof of Pima County’s vote count.
“The Pima County election results door-to-door visit is part of the state-wide door-to-door visit, which is now part of the national door-to-door visit,” he said via Zoom.
“At best, there is state-wide and national fraud, and in the worst case, there is too much evidence of fraudulent voting,” Christie said with a serious look. “I will waive my obligation to vote to prove any voting solicitation at any level.”
Of course, Christie did not provide evidence of fraud or fraud in the state or country. He also did not even claim that such a thing happened in his jurisdiction, Pima County, after all.
Instead, he overturned the logic above his head and argued for the integrity of the country’s vote count. But Christy’s job, and the job of all local civil servants in charge of elections, is simply to ensure that jurisdiction elections are conducted correctly and votes are counted correctly. Even in his explanation, they were in Pima County.
Miller, who will soon resign, makes a little more sense. She pointed out that Pima County’s mail voting instructions state that voters should use blue or black ink instead of using sharpy-style pens. However, at the polling place, the electoral authorities provided felt-tip pens, which caused confusion because they resemble the Sharpie recommended in the mailing instructions, Miller said.
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