From 1478 to 1834 the Spanish Inquisition was established to combat heresy in Spain.
It was really just a method to consolidate power for the monarchy and church.
Inquisitor's traveled the country seeking out anyone who didn't support the Catholic Church and the monarchy.
Flash forward to the 21st Century in America.
Republican inquisitors are doing their best to destroy democracy and usher in an age that allows them to have complete control of state and federal government.
Like the Spanish inquisitor's, Republican operatives are going around to swing states to discredit their voting systems despite the fact that there was no fraud in any of them.
One of the leading inquisitors, Arizona Attorney general Mark Brnovich, is now on a crusade to discredit the 2020 election.
Brnovich took one case of ballot harvesting to the Supreme Court on his own. He admits no other state official joined him in his dubious effort to disrupt voting laws in Arizona.
Joining the Arizona State Senators who called for another audit of the 2020 election - a blatant scheme to sow discord among voters - Brnovich wrote an amicus brief supporting the Senate's attempt at creating chaos in the electoral system.
Like any good Trump zealot, Brnovich believes he's been divinely selected to carry Trump's message throughout the country.
"I really, honestly feel like I'm the right person at the right time to really push back against the results of the 2020 election. I've been preparing for this moment throughout my career," he gushed during a recent interview.
Inquisitor. Zealot. Trump minion. Brnovich is the man of the hour seeking to discredit democracy for a lower purpose - to create a fascist state.