The Maricopa Board deliberately kept the auditors from seeing inside the machines. The machines were under subpoena (not to be touched) and they decided it was a good idea to remove the election database before turning the machines over. Illegal as hell and it can't be whitewashed.
I think that there is a huge intimidation factor in pursuing this. People who pursue this will be attacked nonstop and don't want to go through it. Look at the AZ attorney general. So far he's been fair to both sides and he's being hammered by both sides. Who wants to go through that?
You also mention Durham. How long did it take from the time Durham started until the first indictment? We will find a brave soul that will get the job done for election integrity.
Arizona is not Trumpy for the most part. More McCain type republicans.
Civil lawsuits have zero chance. The post J6 atmosphere is too strong. Perhaps after an AG indicts a few people then it will open up.
Last edited: May 15, 2022