The 45th President issued a statement Saturday via email from his “Save America” PAC regarding Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich– as the Senate’s forensic audit is currently taking place for Maricopa County over the November general election.
In his statement, former President Trump urged Brnovich to “get on the ball” and recognize the “crime of the century”, in regards to the “2020 Presidential Election”.
Statement by Donald J. Trump, 45th President of the United States of America:
The lackluster Attorney General of Arizona, Mark Brnovich, has to get on the ball and catch up with the great Republican Patriots in the Arizona State Senate. As massive crime in the 2020 Election is becoming more and more evident and obvious, Brnovich is nowhere to be found.
He is always on television promoting himself, but never mentions the Crime of the Century, that took place during the 2020 Presidential Election, which was Rigged and Stolen.
Arizona was a big part and Brnovich must put himself in gear, or no Arizona Republican will vote for him in the upcoming elections. They will never forget, and neither will the great Patriots of our Nation! Continued Below
President Trump’s official statement:
It is not immediately clear what prompted the 45th President’s statement, however, Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich appeared on Fox News Friday evening, slamming the Biden administration for their lack of border crisis solutions. Brnovich did not mention the current audit taking place in his state.
Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich’s remarks on Fox News:
Paul Bedard has noted “key moves by Brnovich” in an article at the Washington Examiner, titled: Election fixer: Moves by Arizona AG Mark Brnovich likely prevented more chaos.
- Six times the Arizona Attorney General’s Office stepped in to defend election laws after the secretary of state didn’t intervene, including taking Brnovich v. DNC to the Supreme Court.
- Brnovich also challenged the Democratic Maricopa County recorder when he tried to circumvent election laws in the lead-up to the 2020 election.
- After the 2020 election, Brnovich asked the Maricopa County Board of Supervisors to increase the percentage of ballots subject to the hand count audit from 2% to 5%, which they rejected.
- He has backed the Arizona Senate’s constitutional authority to conduct an audit of elections, writing an amicus brief in December supporting the Senate’s position.