Arizona State Senator Wendy Rogers: “DECERTIFY NOW – RECALL THE ELECTORS” – AG Brnovich NEEDS To Indict Supervisors

Arizona State Senator Wendy Rogers is leading the fight for decertification in Arizona.

Today on Twitter, Rogers shared her bottom line.

There is a lot of noise out there. Here is the bottom line:


Arizona’s certification was clearly not accurate.

Retweet and tag your legislators

At the July 15 Arizona Senate audit Hearing, The audit team made some shocking but not surprising announcements on their findings and requested action from Maricopa County.

The County responded by showing no interest in cooperating.

Maricopa County violated critical security procedures outlined in Arizona’s Elections Procedures Manual and they refuse to allow an investigation into the 2020 election.

It’s no wonder then that they refuse to deliver the routers, logs, and access keys.

Innocent people do not fight investigations so hard. Attorney General Brnovich should be leading the charge with indictments.

Wendy Rogers previously said that these public servants need to be held accountable to include possibly sending them to jail.”

If you want this audit completed, tell Attorney General Mark Brnovich to indict the Supervisors, NOW.



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Jordan Conradson is TGP’s Arizona correspondent. Jordan has played a critical role in exposing fraud and corruption in the State’s elections and elected officials. His reporting on election crimes in Arizona led to the resignation of one Maricopa County official, and he was later banned from the Maricopa County press room. However, TGP and Jordan gained access after suing Maricopa County, the fourth largest county in America.

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