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In spite of many efforts on the Left to scuttle this audit, civic and political pressure seems to prevail

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The new judge assigned to the election audit case in Arizona has denied the temporary restraining order (TRO) requested by Democrat operatives and the audit of the massive election fraud that occurred on Nov 3rd of last year continues.

Judge Martin rejects Plaintiffs’ request for a Temporary Restraining Order (TRO), “Plaintiffs have not met the burden required to obtain a TRO,” reported Arizona Conservatives Take Action.

The Judge goes on to say that should signature verification become part of the Cyber Ninjas’ scope of work, then Plaintiffs may amend their request.

Counsel Desai suggests that Plaintiffs may appeal the Judge’s ruling on the TRO following a review of Cyber Ninjas’ policies and procedures manual.

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