New Judge In Maricopa County Ballot Audit Case Appointed By Democrat Janet Napolitano; Also Has Deep Ties To Perkins Coie Firm

(Republican Party News) – A new judge was appointed in the Democrats’ case trying to stop an audit of the ballots in the 2020 election in Maricopa County, Arizona, and as it turns out, he leans pretty far to the left.

According to the Gateway Pundit, the judge’s name is Daniel (Dan) Martin. On Sunday, news broke that the current judge who was working around the clock to try and end the audit decided to recuse himself from the case. Democrats were looking for an attorney who had previously worked with Maricopa County Superior Judge Christopher Coury.

But then later on, it was made clear that the attorney that caused the conflict was actually working with the audit firm Cyber Ninjas. The attorney, Christopher Viskovic, used to work as an intern for Coury and now works with the auditors mentioned above.

A reporter by the name of Brahm Resnik believes the current thinking is that Coury’s recusal might allow the Cyber Ninjas to finish the work they are doing, though Democrats have told him they want to have a hearing sooner than 10 days.

Martin, the new judge, was actually appointed to the current position he occupies by former Arizona Democrat Gov. Janet Napolitano. GP did some serious digging and uncovered that Martin used to work for Brown & Bain, which is now Perkins Coie.

“Judge Daniel (Dan) Martin was appointed to the bench in 2007, and is currently assigned to the civil division. Judge Martin received his master’s and law degrees from the University of Arizona, and served as the Managing Editor of the Arizona Law Review. Following his graduation, Judge Martin clerked for Justice James Moeller on the Arizona Supreme Court. In 1992 Judge Martin joined Brown & Bain (now Perkins Coie) as an associate. He left Brown & Bain in 1996 to join the firm of Bonn, Luscher, Padden & Wilkins, where he worked primarily in the area of complex commercial litigation. In 1999, Judge Martin joined the Arizona Office of Administrative Hearings, where he served as an Administrative Law Judge for approximately eight years until his appointment to the Superior Court. Judge Martin has served in the Court’s criminal, family and juvenile court divisions,” the judge’s bio says.

The big concern with the connection Martin has to Perkins Coie is that the firm represented Hillary Clinton and the Democratic Party at large for many years. Although that was a long time ago, it’s still important to note this connection because it means Judge Martin may not be an objective, impartial judge when it comes time to weighing the facts of this case.

There’s a high probability that his connections will inspire the course of action he decides to take.

Last week, Democrats attempted some good old fashioned intimidation to try and make the audit stop before it uncovered the fraud they are trying to keep buried by sending in Marc Elias and his firm Perkins Coie.

Elias went to the media and tried to bad mouth the audit. These are the tactics of desperate individuals who are terrified that the truth is going to come out about the corrupt dealings they were a part of in stealing a presidential election.

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