The tides are turning!
Can you feel it?
Despite the media narrative over the Electoral College voting on December 14, the fight isn’t over.
Remember: the only date listed in the Constitution is January 20th at noon.
To the fact checkers who will attempt to “debunk” this article, try reading the Constitution before hitting that fact check button.
There is breaking news that Maricopa County in Arizona (home to Phoenix) will FINALLY audit the Dominion voting machines.
This news comes less than 24 hours after an audit in Antrim County, Michigan revealed a 64% ERROR rate!
More details below:
Now that we are getting an audit of Maricopa, what about Pima? Let’s clean up the big problem areas NOW.
— Wendy Rogers (@WendyRogersAZ) December 15, 2020
An Arizona state senator said he will issue subpoenas for an audit of Dominion Voting Systems machines used in Maricopa County.https://t.co/vwTNmSuLt8
— Washington Examiner (@dcexaminer) December 15, 2020
AZ Senate will subpoena Maricopa County elections office for inspection & audit of ballot counting machines – https://t.co/6VoI7YhByG
— Reid Wilson (@PoliticsReid) December 15, 2020
This is massive news.
Democrats and the media keep saying “Where’s the fraud?”
There’s plenty of it…
But proof from the voting machines will definitely turn the tide of public opinion.
The Arizona Mirror confirms this MASSIVE audit:
Amid false claims of election fraud spread by President Donald Trump and Arizona Republican leaders, the Arizona Senate will issue subpoenas to inspect and audit ballot counting machines in Maricopa County, a top Republican senator announced Monday at the conclusion of a six-hour-long legislative hearing into the November election.
During the Senate Judiciary Committee hearing, senators heard testimony from the county’s elections director, the chair of its board of supervisors, one of its chief attorneys about the 2020 election and two officials with the Arizona Attorney General’s Election Integrity Unit. They all testified that there was no evidence that President-elect Joe Biden’s win was achieved by fraud, manipulation or tampering, and repeatedly shot down questions from senators based on conspiracy theories.
“I want voters to be 100% confident, to be as confident as I am in this process,” said Scott Jarrett, the county’s elections director. He noted that the county’s vote-counting machines aced every test in all three elections in 2020 — the presidential primary in March, the primary in August and the general in November.
Still, Chairman Eddie Farnsworth, R-Gilbert, said he would issue subpoenas requiring the machines — and the software that powers them — be audited. The subpoenas will “ensure that at least the legislature has a process in place” to vet the “veracity” of the 2020 election, he said.
“There is evidence of tampering, there is evidence of fraud,” Farnsworth said, despite the testimony to the contrary from state and county officials. He added that the legislative subpoenas will help restore confidence that the election was held free of “tampering, manipulation and fraud.”
Whether Farnsworth can use the legislative’s subpoena power to compel such an audit is unclear. State law allows legislative committees to issue subpoena for witness testimony and related documents, but it does not appear to give committee chairmen the power to compel another governmental entity to perform an action.
Jim Barton, an attorney who primarily works with Democrats, said it’s questionable whether state law gives chairs of legislative committees authority to compel voting equipment to be inspected.
“It doesn’t seem squarely in the statute,” Barton said. “I think it’s questionable that it’s in the power of the legislature.”
But one Senate Republican official, who was not authorized to speak to the media, said state law allows subpoenas for “evidence” and includes a penalty for a witness failing to “produce…and material” related to the subpoena.
“The legislative subpoena power is clearly not limited to compelling testimony only,” the Republican official said.
Despite the media arrogance in covering the news story, the reality remains that Dominion voting machines have been criticized by BOTH parties.
This isn’t a Republican issue.
Both Democrats AND Republicans have been warning for years about the dangers of Dominion voting machines.
It appears as thought *something* is finally being done.
— Jenny #STOPTHESTEAL “It’s 1776!” #FightBack 👊 (@ouMAGAgirl) December 15, 2020
BREAKING: Subpoenas are being issued in Maricopa Country to seize ALL of the Dominion systems for a full forensic audit.#WarRoomPandemic
— Major Patriot (@MajorPatriot) December 15, 2020
Maricopa County adjudicated 28,000❗️
At least 28,000 ballots adjudicated in Maricopa County because ballots "were damaged or couldn't be tabulated."🔻 pic.twitter.com/kqIgB84jvG
— Kanekoa (@KanekoaTheGreat) December 10, 2020
But it’s not just the audit of the machines themselves.
At least one Arizona GOP Senator has committed to issuing subpoenas for the investigation.
The Blaze confirms:
Republican Arizona state Sen. Eddie Farnsworth said on Monday that he would issue subpoenas to forensically audit the Dominion Voting Systems machines used in Maricopa County during the 2020 election.
According to KJZZ-TV, Farnsworth argued that enough questions have been raised about the accuracy and security of the machines to justify the action, especially since Democratic candidate Joe Biden only narrowly defeated President Donald Trump by roughly 11,000 votes in the state.
The lawmaker’s announcement followed more than six hours of testimony on Monday in the Arizona Senate Judiciary Committee, of which Farnsworth is the chairman. During the hearing, Republican state senators grilled Maricopa County elections director Scott Jarrett over the reliability of the results.
The move came even as electors across the country, including those from Arizona, cast their votes for Biden, making him the president-elect.
“There is evidence of tampering, there is evidence of fraud,” Farnsworth said in announcing the action, according to the Arizona Mirror, adding that a forensic audit could help restore confidence that the election was fair and legal.
He argued the audit is a necessary action to address concerns “and try and see if we can reinsert some confidence in our election process.”
“We hold an audit and we see what the outcome is,” he said. “And then we can put this to rest.”
Farnsworth also said he got the impression from county officials that the very notion of fraud was something they were not interested in considering.
“I do have a concern that the county is taking the position that it just can’t happen,” he said. “There is a litany of white-collar crimes, digital crimes in the history of this country and this world of some very sophisticated people and the victims didn’t recognize it until some future time. I think it’s really, really dangerous for us to say, ‘It can’t happen.'”
The audit in Michigan confirmed a massive error rate.
Why would Arizona be any different?
We are excited for the truth to come out.
We all know that the media will REFUSE to cover these stories fairly and accurately.
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