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Many Legal and Political Battles Still Underway in 2020 Fraud Probes

'"We do have some information and we are going to investigate that...'

(Tony Sifert, Headline USA) A number of legal and political fights that involve 2020 election irregularities are still underway.

Just the News is one of several conservative media sites that been doing yeoman’s work tracking active cases in Arizona, Georgia, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin—and seeking comment from the officials responsible for pursuing them.

In Arizona, Attorney General Mark Brnovich recently announced the arrest and indictment of 46-year-old Victor Manuel Aguirre “for illegally registering to vote and casting a vote in the 2020 General Election while he was an inmate at the Pima County Jail.”

Brnovich is also investigating allegations of “34,000 or 35,000 fictitious voters” who voted in Pima County in 2020.

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In Georgia, Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger is investigating claims that “activists worked with nonprofit groups to collect and deliver thousands of absentee ballots … to temporary voting drop boxes distributed around the state during the pandemic,” Just the News reported.

Raffensperger told Just the News”we do have some information and we are going to investigate that.”

In Pennsylvania, the Commonwealth Court issued an order last week allowing the Senate Intergovernmental Operations Committee to issue subpoenas as part of its forensic investigation into the 2020 election.

“Today’s ruling upholds the General Assembly’s clear legal and constitutional authority to provide oversight of our election system,” Senate President Pro Tempore Jake Corman said in a statement.

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Commonwealth Court Judge Mary Jannah has also allowed the state Senate’s inspection of Dominion voting machines used by Pennsylvania’s Fulton County in the 2020 presidential election to proceed.

And, finally, in Wisconsin las week, a Waukesha County judge ordered the Wisconsin Elections Commission to rescind its guidance permitting the use of “drop boxes” for absentee ballots and allowing third parties to transport ballots to such boxes on behalf of absentee voters.

Despite the encouraging tone of its report, which kept alive a glimmer of hope that the wrongs of 2020 may eventually get righted, Just the News issued an obligatory disclaimer—a telling sign of how successful the Left’s campaign of propaganda and censorship has been.

While “several states have found serious irregularities or unlawful changes to election rules,” officials say “they have found no evidence of widespread fraud … that could have altered the outcome,” the website cautioned.

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