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Boris Epshteyn says Weekend Developments Likely Good News for AZ Senate Republicans Running Forensic Audit in Arizona (VIDEO)

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By Jim Hoft

Published April 26, 2021 at 1:05pm

Former top Trump advisor Boris Epshteyn joined Steve Bannon Monday morning on The War Room.

Epshteyn discussed the recent court developments over the weekend in Arizona.

On Sunday evening in Arizona, the Maricopa County Superior Court Judge, Christopher Coury, who oversaw the case related to the Democrats’ challenge to the audit currently going on in the county, recused himself from the case.

The reason is that the auditors hired an attorney who interned with Judge Coury previously. When the new attorney was introduced today for the first time the Judge was forced to resign from the case.

TRENDING: BREAKING: Arizona Judge Recuses Himself From Election Audit Case To Be Settled in the Morning After Judge Is Notified that Attorney Who Previously Interned for Judge Works for the Auditors

Democrats are doing everything they can to shut down the forensic audit of Maricopa County ballots. They must be VERY WORRIED about what the auditors will find.

Boris Epshteyn explained to the War Room audience that the weekend developments may be good news for Republicans in Arizona.

Boris Epshteyn: I feel very good about where this is going. It appears that the judicial system in Arizona is tired of Democrats continuing to try and stop this audit.

What do you think?

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