President Donald Trump was just completely vindicated. The Democratic Party’s latest conspiracy theory about the U.S. Postal Service has been debunked and Joe Biden is humiliated.
“These allegations are purely speculative, and your letter contains no information or evidence establishing that the delivery of any Arizona ballot has been illegally delayed,” said Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich (R).
Brnovich, a Republican, was responding strongly in a letter to Arizona Secretary of State Katie Hobbs, a Democrat, who claimed without proof that Trump was trying to “sabotage” the election.
“In Arizona, it’s against the law to ‘delay the delivery of a ballot,” said Hobbs. “I’ve asked Attorney General Brnovich to investigate recent changes at USPS, and whether or not the Trump administration has committed a crime.”
A few days ago, Democrats launched a coordinated attack campaign — one that they have waged nationwide — against Trump by alleging the USPS changes were a nefarious plot. This, of course, isn’t true.
But Democrats have never let facts get in the way of a political narrative. It is obvious they are desperate and will grasp at anything possible. After all, they are the ones who can’t win without deceit and sabotage.
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