He cited the independent investigation done by a group of people in Arizona that had the backing of a law firm, which ultimately discovered that corruption in the Grand Canyon State was widespread.
"It is bad. They found judges, they found political officials all the way up to Katie Hobbs herself, the crook that's in the governor's mansion after stealing the election that she oversaw," Renz remarked. "What I do know is that if this stands there'll never be anything even close to a fair election again in Arizona. And I know how it's standing right now. It's standing on corruption just systemic corruption."
"I care about the credibility of our judicial system. And I think that it's ethically incumbent upon me to say that I'm calling on the Supreme Court of the United States and the Supreme Court of Arizona to do a full investigation into this. We have evidence of corruption."
The "Lawfare" host also mentioned that there is evidence of corruption in federal courts around the country. Thus, a fully transparent and independent third-party investigation of the judiciary must be done immediately.
"This can't be a judiciary-friendly appointment. This has to be someone who is truly and legitimately independent of the judiciary," Renz stated, urging the proposed investigative body to dig really hard to find out what the judges had, where the money was coming from and how this corruption was happening.
According to Renz, the state supreme court's rulings on the election cases filed by State Rep. Mark Finchem, gubernatorial candidate Kari Lake and attorney general candidate Abe Hamadeh were not just a little bit off – they were also egregiously bad. The Brighteon.TV host said these rulings featured intentionally conflated principles of law. While the Arizona Legislature passed a law in 2020 enabling people to challenge elections in the courts, this was overturned by a statute.
The Ohio-based lawyer and founder of Renz Law said Arizonans deserve a court that would truly hear their grievances in a fair and impartial way as well as elected officials that they can trust.
"This sort of corruption cannot stand. There have been numerous whispers about corruption in the federal system for a long time. I have evidence of some things that I think are unethical. We have a number of other people that brought forth issues with ethics, and all this gets swept under the rug. We can't have this. We cannot have a justice system that people can't trust to be credible, fair and balanced. We can't have a two-tiered justice system," Renz said. (Related: Lawfare with Tom Renz: Two-tiered system destroying the credibility of America's judiciary – Brighteon.TV)
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