Many of Arizona’s most prolific tweeters on both sides of the political aisle were slow to react to the news that the U.S. Supreme Court refused to hear the case brought to them by Texas and multiple other states involving the 2020 General Election.
I won’t ever apologize for working to ensure the integrity of our elections.
Every legal vote should be counted. And every illegal vote should be removed.
The American people deserve officials who take election integrity as seriously as they do.
— Rep Andy Biggs (@RepAndyBiggsAZ) December 12, 2020
The Supreme Court has rejected TX and @realDonaldTrump‘s most recent attempt to steal this election and commit fraud on the American people. Let’s end this already and move forward. https://t.co/H0YjrJFJyd
— Sen. Martín Quezada (@SenQuezada29) December 12, 2020
So you’re saying he had a chance. https://t.co/wEJZ97BEqM
— Paul Gosar (@DrPaulGosar) December 11, 2020
Good night! 🗽 https://t.co/2WtDUVsRtI
— Arizona Democratic Party (@azdemparty) December 12, 2020
We had multiple paths forward before TX @Scotus & still do. If you need to cry in your ice cream, go cry. Get out of the way & come back if/when ready. Lots of us are trying to save our country & will press forward. Nobody said this was for the weak of heart, mind, or body!❤️🤍💙
— Pam Kirby 🇺🇸 #LatinosForTrump Parler @PamKirby (@PamKirby) December 12, 2020
By preventing the audit of the AZ election, Gov Ducey allows the questions surrounding the election to remain under a cloud of skepticism.
— Rep Andy Biggs (@RepAndyBiggsAZ) December 11, 2020