On Friday, hundreds of Arizona Patriots rallied outside of the Arizona Attorney General’s office in protest of the stolen 2020 Presidential Election with Look Ahead America.
The Gateway Pundit reported on the damning evidence of election fraud that was presented in Maricopa County and Pima County, Arizona, and delivered to Attorney General Mark Brnovich nearly three months ago.
Arizona is waiting for answers, yet we have heard nothing from his office.
The recent Pima County election integrity hearing provided evidence of fraudulent voter registrations with one town having over 200% voter registration rate.
It is clear after what was found statewide in Arizona, multifaceted election fraud took place in every part of the state.
Thousands of potentially fraudulent voter registrations were discovered in both counties.
The Gateway Pundit correspondent Jordan Conradson spoke to Arizona State Senator Wendy Rogers outside of Attorney General Brnovich’s office to get her thoughts on the hearing and Mark Brnovich’s stalling of justice.
Conradson: We just had another bombshell hearing right out here in Pima County, Arizona and there was one town that had over 200% voter registration numbers. What were your thoughts on the hearing?
Rogers: It was my honor to be on that hearing board even though I’m from Northern Arizona, and there were revelations after revelations of misdoing, and what I consider to be fraud. So, we’re here at General Brnovich’s office and I just have one really overriding thought: There is a first of October submittal that Katie Hobbs gave of the election pamphlet and now general Brnovich’s office has marked that up completely, red-marked it, as of yesterday. Well, that was looked at and turned in a week after the reveal on the 24th of September of our deep-dive audit. Yet, we don’t have any updates that are being told to us by General Brnovich. And I think that’s a problem because when you’re a commanding officer in the military, you keep your people updated. When you’re a head of an incident response team, when there’s a crisis, or something that people are really interested in, you keep people up to date with weekly briefings maybe every other week, update briefings. We’ve had none of that and I’m tired of it. My constituents are tired of it. We need to be kept up to date on the fraud and corruption that was presented at the Arizona audit. And if the election handbook can be marked up and worked on, which was turned in a week later, I think we have some information coming too.
Conradson: It looks like nothing’s happening. But as we can see from out here, we’re not losing faith. We are we’re still out here powerful, ready to see some people get indicted. Do you think that Attorney General Brnovich is taking this seriously?
Rogers: Well, it appears that he wants to string things out and not really say anything or do anything yet. And I understand that criminal investigations are nuanced and full of detail, and I understand that we’ve added more to it now. But none of us has the impression that anything is being done. So if something is being done, they should be giving us updates.
Conradson: So does the Arizona legislature look to decertify in January?
Rogers: We shall see. As you know, I have called to decertify. We go back in session here on the 10th of January and we will proceed. We will get legislation done. I’m very excited about it. It’s going to be a turbulent year, tumultuous if you will. But I stand ready to serve.
State Senator Rogers told us that she already has about 200 state legislators nationwide who have signed her ‘Audit 50 States Letter‘.
This letter is a declaration of States’ Rights to the federal government, calling for nationwide full forensic audits, decertification where necessary, and a U.S. congressional session to address the fraud.
State legislators who are strong on election integrity need to email [email protected] to “get on the right side of history”.
The nationwide petition to decertify the fraudulent Arizona election has now received over 1.3 million signatures and more are needed to launch action for decertification next January.
Contact Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich and demand justice.