Updated: Aug 27
Arizona’s principled limited government constitutional conservative state Senator Wendy Rogers says she’s heard enough from the forensic audit of the 2020 presidential election, and
it is time to decertify the results.
You can join Senator Rogers’ petition to decertify the election through this link.
We’re not sure exactly how a decertification process would work, but one thing is certain, we cannot continue to let fraudulent elections stand and at some point (which we think was passed a long time ago) the evidence demands the purported results of the fraudulent election must be overturned.
Here’s what we know (so far) about a race decided by 10,457 votes:
3,981 voted despite registered AFTER Oct 15 deadline.
11,326 voted who were NOT on rolls on Nov 7 but WERE on Dec 4.
18,000 voted and then were removed from rolls AFTER election.
74,243 mail-in ballots w/ NO evidence of ever being sent.
Of course, Maricopa County’s Democrat election officials could rebut or explain all of this if they had participated in the audit or cooperated in any way, but they didn’t. In fact, they’ve done everything they could to impede the audit and undercut it.
Which begs the question, why the lack of cooperation?
If you think that information alone justifies decertifying the election you can click here to sign Senator Wendy Rogers’ decertification petition.
As Arizona state Senate President Karen Fann pointed out in a letter obtained by ConservativeHQ.com, to the Maricopa County Board of Supervisors there were and continue to be three problems with verifying the reported results of the 2020 presidential election.
The first was Maricopa County’s apparent intent to renege on its previous commitment to comply fully with the legislative subpoenas issued on January 13, 2021 by producing virtual images of the routers used in connection with the general election, thereby violating the terms of the subpoenas which Judge Timothy Thomason found were valid and enforceable. That concern was unsurprising, given Maricopa County’s continued acts of bad faith with regard to the Arizona state legislature’s well-founded inquiry into the county’s conduct of the 2020 presidential election.
The third was the disputed deletion of various computer directories which may or may not have been resolved.
However, it is the second concern raised by Senate President Fann that should be national headlines but have been suppressed by the establishment media.
We quote those paragraphs of the letter in their entirety below:
II. Chain of Custody and Ballot Organization Anomalies
As the audit has progressed, the Senate’s contractors have become aware of apparent omissions, inconsistencies, and anomalies relating to Maricopa County’s handling, organization, and storage of ballots. We hope you can assist us in understanding these issues, including specifically the following:
1. The County has not provided any chain-of-custody documentation for the ballots. Does such documentation exist, and if so, will it be produced?
2. The bags in which the ballots were stored are not sealed, although the audit team has found at the bottom of many boxes cut seals of the type that would have sealed a ballot bag. Why were these seals placed at the bottom of the boxes?
3. Batches within a box are frequently separated by only a divider without any indication of the corresponding batch numbers. In some cases, the batch dividers are missing altogether. This lack of organization has significantly complicated and delayed the audit team’s ballot processing efforts. What are the County’s procedures for sorting, organizing, and packaging ballot batches?
4. Most of the ballot boxes were sealed merely with regular tape and not secured by any kind of tamper-evident seal. Is that the County’s customary practice for storing ballots?
5. The audit team has encountered a significant number of instances in which there is a disparity between the actual number of ballots contained in a batch and the total denoted on the pink report slip accompanying the batch. In most of these instances, the total on the pink report slip is greater than the number of ballots in the batch, although there are a few instances in which the total is lower. What are the reasons for these discrepancies?
So, to state with clarity what no national outlet has reported – the Arizona audit found vote totals that did not match the reported number of ballots tallied, an apparently intentionally deleted database that covers the “Results Tally and Reporting,” suggesting that the main database for all election related data for the November 2020 General Election, which may or may not have been recovered, and no chain of custody for thousands of ballots.
In an election decided by just 10,457 votes.
We urge CHQ readers and friends to sign Wendy Rogers’ petition to decertify Arizona’s 2020 presidential election, at some point we have say ENOUGH and demand election integrity even if the effort takes us into uncharted constitutional territory.
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