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Jon Stewart baffled by Arizona AG’s refusal to admit any voter fraud in 2020

Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich has no problem admitting that Donald Trump lost his state in 2020, but he just can’t let go of the idea that there might have been voter fraud.

In fact, he’s gone to great lengths to defend his ongoing voter fraud investigation of Jon Stewart in an upcoming episode of “The Trouble With Jon Stewart,” despite no actual evidence of voter fraud.

Brnovich argued that there had been about 20 cases related to voter fraud in the state, but Stewart was quick to point out that was “out of 4 million votes.”

Still, the attorney general justified the investigation by noting that there were “millions of people” in his state and across America who “believe” the election was fraudulently decided.

Stewart disagreed.

“There are people who believe in angels, but that doesn’t mean you’re launching an investigation into the fact that angels changed the ballots,” he replied.

The video shows Stewart trying to get Brnovich to admit that Trump is “wrong” and that the state’s 2020 election was “fair, not stolen, and not fraudulent.”

But Brnovich just wouldn’t go there, telling Stewart he’s still waiting for “all the facts and evidence” to come in.

At most, he would admit that Trump “lost Arizona” in 2020, but not that his loss was legitimate.

Stewart then pointed out that the facts show that “the election in Arizona was well-managed, not fraudulent, and not stolen from Donald Trump, even according to your investigation,” which made Brnovich cringe.

“Why is it so hard to say yes? asked Stewart. “Why can’t you say the 2020 election wasn’t stolen or fraudulent?”

When Brnovich couldn’t respond directly, Stewart said, “That blows my mind.”

That’s a far cry from what Brnovich was saying in the days following the 2020 election.

At the time, he said there were no “facts” to back up allegations of widespread voter fraud, which made him rare among members of his party.

As a result, it angered Trump, who refused to endorse it when he ran for the Senate earlier this year.



The Huffington Gt

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