The audit of the 2020 election in Arizona has taken a new turn as conservative leaders are flocking to the state to stand up for election integrity.
Three Pennsylvania state GOP lawmakers are headed to Arizona to check out the state’s audit. Senators Doug Mastriano and Cris Dush, and Representative Rob Kauffman will be meeting with Arizona legislators at the Capitol before touring the site and getting a briefing from the auditors.
They aren’t the only lawmakers showing interest in the audit. As the hand recount of 2.1 million ballots from Maricopa County is underway, Representatives Marjorie Taylor Greene and Matt Gaetz appeared at a recent rally outside of Phoenix.
“Matt said, ‘You been following that Arizona audit?’ I said, ‘Yeah I’ve been following it.’ He said, ‘Lets go to Arizona.’ I said, ‘Count me in,’” ” Greene said.
“It’s my belief that Arizona will be the launch pad for elections audits and election integrity efforts all over this great country,” Gaetz said.
Arizona will be the launchpad to election integrity all over the country.https://t.co/A4A03FyLC4
— Rep. Matt Gaetz (@RepMattGaetz) May 24, 2021
In a clip shared on Twitter, Matt Gaetz and Marjorie Taylor Greene state that the audit in Maricopa County is a “launchpad” for audits across the country. “We’ve got your back on this audit. And it’s our expectation that Arizona will be the launchpad to election integrity all over the country,” Gaetz says.
BREAKING: Matt Gaetz and Marjorie Taylor Greene say Arizona election audit is a launchpad for audits across the country, will focus on Georgia on May 27 pic.twitter.com/7EyyquukOZ
— Lauren Windsor (@lawindsor) May 23, 2021
As Democrats continue to try to stop the Arizona audit, many conservatives are calling for more audits around the country. Despite the left’s attempts to ignore serious evidence of fraud and irregularities in the 2020 election, some Republicans like Gaetz and Greene are still fighting. Regardless of whether the audits overturn the results of the election, it is important that the American people get answers to their questions about the election.