Elise Stefanik got off to a good start after replacing What's-her-name in the GOP House leadership. Asked by Maria Bartiromo about her (Stefanik's) support for the AZ audit, Stefanik responsed:
I support that audit. Transparency is good for the American people. And again, this should be a non-partisan issue, whether you are Republican, Democrat, Independent or conservative transparency is important. And the audit was passed by the Arizona State Senate. The Biden Department of Justice is trying to block that audit. That is unconstitutional from my perspective. Our states, constitutionally, are responsible for writing states constitution law.
UPDATE: The election update comes courtesy of Emerald Robinson's Twitter feed today. No confirmation that I've seen re Wisconsin, but she's usually reliable. Some excellent points--I opted for simplicity:
Emerald Robinson ￼
Maricopa County (AZ) officials have already admitted they don't have the router passwords. They are not in charge of the election. That's illegal.
Michigan officials are admitting the exact same thing now!
Matthew S. DePerno, Esq.
· May 14
SOS Benson’s responses 15, 16, and 17. Fairest election ever and she doesn’t know how the equipment works. She’s admitting only a vendor knows the intimate details that control our elections.
Democrats would not be able to "game" the election systems of crucial swing states CONTROLLED BY THE GOP without the aid of GOP officials.
These same officials are now trying to block audits in order to hide their activities in the 2020 election.
There's a civil war inside the GOP because the GOP establishment collaborated with Democrats against Trump in the 2020 election.
You know it. And the GOP knows that you know it.
They're just hoping that you forget.
The state of Wisconsin authorized an audit of the 2020 election!