EXCLUSIVE: AZ State Senator Sonny Borrelli: “I Spoke To The Investigators – Would I Vote To Reclaim The Electors? Absolutely.” (VIDEO)

The Arizona 2022 legislative session kicked off today and at the top of Arizona’s mind is the stolen 2020 Presidential Election.

The Arizona Attorney General is currently investigating evidence of voter fraud found by the Maricopa County full forensic election audit and other investigations in Maricopa County and statewide.

The Arizona Senate delivered all evidence on September 24th, and America anxiously awaits the results of the Attorney General’s criminal investigation.

The Gateway Pundit reported earlier that Arizona State Senator Wendy Rogers will be pushing for decertification “as soon as possible.”


TGP correspondent Jordan Conradson spoke to Arizona State Senator Sonny Borrelli to hear his plans to secure elections moving forward, the status of the Arizona audit investigation, and decertification of the fraudulent 2020 election.

Senator Borrelli plans to help Arizona State Representative and candidate for Arizona Secretary of State Mark Finchem enact a new bill to make ballots trackable and secure.

Despite finding evidence of hundreds of thousands of fraudulent ballots, the audit “is not over by a longshot,” says Sen. Borrelli. The Arizona Senate is still working with Maricopa County to audit the routers and Splunk logs used in the 2020 election, a process that was set to begin almost four months ago. It appears that we are still waiting for this process to begin. 

Conradson: It is opening day of the 2022 legislative session here in Arizona. So what are you looking forward to this session?

Borrelli: I really doubt it’s gonna be a short session, and we have a lot of things we have to get accomplished. You know, things that we learned from the audit that we need to fix for the coming up in our next elections. You know, one of the things that the findings that we found in the election was, on the ballot paper, There were 10 different types of ballot paper. So we’re actually running a bill with Representative Leo Biasucci. he is Majority Whip in the House. I’m the Majority Whip in the Senate. This is the design that Mark Finchem came up with. It’s a ballot that has 10 different counterfeit countermeasures in it. We’re running mirror bills so that way we can try to speed up the process. You know, we have to put this to bed. There has to be one standardized piece of paper, something that you can’t counterfeit. So that’s another piece of legislation that I believe is going to restore some confidence back into the system. Also, I’m running a bill and, of course, the same thing, a mirror bill in the House, that every ballot, when it’s scanned, it should be made public because we vote in private, but we count in public. So these are public documents, and I believe they should be made public. I mean, it would help out some of these small elections or a ballot initiative in a city or something like that. If it’s online, they could actually look at it to make sure that they can do their own little recount without any fuss so that way people can actually make sure that they see what is real what is not. And when you have a consistent ballot, only one type of ballot that has all kinds of counterfeit countermeasures on it, it just makes it easy to make sure that the process is done. We want to make it easy for people to vote, and we want to make it hard to cheat.

Conradson: The Arizona audit gave evidence of hundreds of thousands of illegal ballots, fraudulent ballots. What’s next? Where are the Splunk logs and the routers?

Borrelli: This is not over by a longshot. There is a special master that’s negotiating as the mediator to get the Splunk logs and the routers. That process is still ongoing. So we’re waiting to get to the bottom of that, and it’s a long process because both sides had to agree on three independent IT companies to download that data and get the information that we want. And the county’s concerns were that we would not find or get any data from the Sheriff’s office, or the personnel department, or the health department, protecting that aspect of it and only the election department. So that’s the big rub of it. That’s their concern, and the special master is to make sure that that’s gonna happen and nothing gets compromised. But like I said, this is not over. We did a hearing down in Pima County, where we examined the voter rolls down there. And we’ve turned over that evidence over to the Attorney General because we’re finding a lot of ghost voters on that. So you know this is not over by a longshot. And there were some things that happened down in Yuma. So this is not over. Now, the way I look at this, this is irredeemable. In my opinion, it’s an irredeemable and uncertifiable election. And whether you can hang the hat of criminal fraud to charge somebody, that’s up to the prosecutors. The Attorney General, these people live to prosecute, and the attorney general is a prosecutor. His people are prosecutors. They’re investigators. This is what they do. We need to give them the time to do this. Remember folks, it took 1,500 volunteers to do this stuff, and it took months to do it. They don’t have 1500 people in there, in the whole Attorney General’s staff, so it’s gonna take them time. They are investigating, and I spoke to the investigators. Several other people spoke to the investigators. This is not over by a long shot on that investigation part. We need to let them do their job. They have to make sure that they do it right. And if they find something is the evidence has got to to be concrete for them to take to court. So that’s that aspect. They do what they do, but what we’re going to do in the legislature is we’re going to pass legislation that’s going to actually make it hard to cheat but easy to vote, pure and simple.

Conradson: So all this evidence was delivered to Attorney General Brnovich about four months ago, now. Arizona is getting tired of waiting. Do you expect we will get something?

Borrelli: Do we want speed, or do we want accuracy?

Conradson: Do you expect something, an update, anything?

Borrelli: Like I said, I gave them some more evidence from Pima County last week. So there are some other things that I’m waiting to get confirmed. Things I want to examine before I turn over to them, so there’s still some more stuff going on. Look, folks, you know, we need to get to the bottom of this. I’m just as frustrated. I want things to go fast. We have to go on God’s clock on our own, and we can’t push it. We want accuracy, not speed. If they start doing things sloppy, then things get kicked out of court if they have to go to court. What we need to do is find out how things happened, how things got compromised, the voter rolls need to be cleaned up. We need to make sure that the right person is voting and an illegal vote or an illegal ballot doesn’t get in there and undermine the legitimate voter.

Conradson: One last question, would you vote yes to decertify the 2020 election?

Borrelli: It’s not decertification. Certification is in Washington DC. Would I vote to reclaim the electors? Absolutely.

The election results were uncertifiable, and Senator Borrelli is ready to recall Arizona’s Presidential Electors.

AG Brnovich and his team are receiving more evidence each day, and a massive case of voter fraud is building statewide. Borrelli spoke to the investigators and said they are doing their job.

In Pima County, Arizona, a recent election integrity hearing revealed massive evidence of ghost votes and an alleged plot by Democrats in Pima County.


AG Brnovich has more than enough evidence, but the election audit is not over yet.

Contact Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich and demand a clean audit of the routers and Splunk logs. 

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Jordan Conradson, formerly TGP’s Arizona correspondent, is currently on assignment in Washington DC. Jordan has played a critical role in exposing fraud and corruption in Arizona's elections and elected officials. His reporting on election crimes in Maricopa County led to the resignation of one election official, and he was later banned from the Maricopa County press room for his courage in pursuit of the truth. TGP and Jordan finally gained access after suing Maricopa County, America's fourth largest county, and winning at the Ninth Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals. Conradson looks forward to bringing his aggressive style of journalism to the Swamp.

You can email Jordan Conradson here, and read more of Jordan Conradson's articles here.


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