Thursday, May 20, 2021

BREAKING: Arizona Supreme Court Says Group That Tried To Invalidate 2018-2020 Elections CANNOT Remain Anonymous (READ: Order, Original Affidavits)

An anonymous group tried to invalidate Arizona's 2018-2020 elections and take temporary control of many of the elected offices. The Arizona Supreme Court quickly rejected that. And today the Court ruled that the individuals did not have the right to remain anonymous. They released the group's identities today.

The Court did keep the individuals' addresses, telephone numbers and dates of birth redacted, noting that they did not need to provide that information in the first place.

Here is the group of 20 would be replacement officials and who they had proposed to temporarily sit in for:

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