Those who have been following the voter fraud cases closely know that things are heating up.
Multiple lawsuits, The Smoking Gun Video, sworn affidavits by whistleblowers, and testimony of ex-dominion employees, and poll watchers. are all forming a massive pile of evidence.
So much so, that Georgia Governer Brian Kemp, recently changed his tune, and is now calling for an audit of his states vote.
Lawmakers in Arizona have become the most recent to call for an audit
Here is what we know:
The Gateway Pundit came through with the story:
Arizona’s legislative leaders are now calling for an audit of Maricopa County’s Dominion election software and equipment.
“Senate President Karen Fann and Speaker of the House Rusty Bowers today called an independent audit of the Dominion software and equipment used by Maricopa County in the 2020 General Election. The two leaders, along with incoming Senate Government Chair Michelle Ugenti-Rita and House Majority Leader Warren Petersen, had numerous phone calls with members of the Maricopa County Board of Supervisors,” a press release from the Arizona Legislature said.
“A significant number of voters believe that fraud occurred and with the number of irregularities it is easy to understand why. Especially concerning are the allegations made surrounding the vendor Dominion.”
The Center Square also had more to say:
After staying on the sidelines for much of President Donald Trump’s legal challenge of the state’s election results, Arizona’s legislative leaders are demanding closer scrutiny of Maricopa County’s election equipment.
Senate President Karen Fann, R-Prescott, and House Speaker Rusty Bowers, R-Mesa, called for an independent audit Friday of the county’s Dominion software and equipment for last month’s election.
“As a longtime advocate for improving and modernizing our election system, I am pleased to learn that the Maricopa County Board of Supervisors is supportive of conducting an independent audit of their voting software and equipment,” Ugenti-Rita said in a news release. “It is important we maintain all of the voting public’s confidence in our elections and this is a positive first step in the right direction.”