In just another hour and a half, Pacific Time, the Arizona Senate will open a hearing on a full forensic audit of the 2020 election in that state.
What will happen? Alleged leaks run the gamut of “Massive Fraud, Beyond a Reasonable Doubt!” to “Nope, nothin’ wrong here–pure as the driven snow.”
By far the easiest thing would be to whitewash the whole business and pretend it never happened. I will not be terribly surprised if that’s what they do. And then we can all sit on our hands for three more years and watch this doddering swigg in the White House do as much damage as he can, as fast as he can. Maybe the country will survive to the 2022 elections. But that’s only a maybe.
But what if they do find fraud, and prove it? Then what?
I think my wife came close to a bullseye when she said, “If they call fraud, you’re going to see more lawyering than you ever saw before.” Having stolen the country, Democrats are hardly likely to walk away from it. They’ll fight to keep it.
But a cascade of lawyering just might save the country! If Dems are kept busy running back and forth to court, and finding persons to blame for everything, they might not have time to do all the mischief they’ve planned.
And then there’s our Free & Independent Nooze Media. At the moment they’re downplaying Arizona. Count on them to do anything and everything that helps the Democrat Party. If the Dems go down the drain, the noozies might go with them. Maybe the threat of that can be used against them.
I have to wait till 4 p.m. Eastern Time for the hearing to begin. Again, I have no high hopes. I don’t dare have any.
But the Judge of all the earth will surely do right.
Editor’s Note: You may be wondering why I’ve decorated this post with that video of a very annoying squeaky toy. It is intended to preview the reaction of the nooze media if fraud is proved in Arizona. Just think of it as a CNN made of rubber.
2 comments on “Will It Hit the Fan Today in Arizona?”
Boy, if I were depending upon man/woman/politics I would be in hurt city over all this. Thank God, I don’t have to depend on all this. You don’t, either.
I can’t help trying to figure it out, though.