Arizona state Sen. Wendy Rogers (R) recently laid out her ideas on how to move forward in the state’s forensic audit. The Republican said this effort “is absolutely imperative” and she “will be fighting, fighting, fighting.”
During an interview on Tuesday, she stated there is enough evidence of fraud to begin decertifying 2020 presidential election results in Maricopa County. The audit found massive discrepancies, including over 74,000 mail-in ballots that appear to have never been sent.
Rogers confirmed the state legislature could decertify the results with a joint resolution, but would need a Senate majority vote. The Republican lawmaker said she’s confident that Senate President Karen Fann will follow through on enforcement.
“We have to finish the audit, we have to hold the Maricopa County supervisors accountable to include possibly sending them to jail,” stated the state senator. “There is already enough information to justify this.”
Rogers pledged they will get to the truth of what really happened in the 2020 elections.
(The Gateway Pundit) AZ State Sen. Wendy Rogers: “The Cover-Up Is Always Worse Than The Crime – We Have To Hold Maricopa County Accountable”
Arizona State Senator Wendy Rogers has been a strong fighter for America’s audits, recently leading the charge to recall Arizona’s presidential electors. After the Arizona audit hearing, Rogers called for a new fair election and labeled Fox News’ Bret Baier “fake news” for his cooperation with the Democrats. Wendy Rogers has been the loudest voice for decertification in Arizona, leading to shout-outs by President Trump.
(The Gateway Pundit) “We Are Leading the Charge Here in Arizona to Say Decertification Should Happen” – State Sen. Wendy Rogers on The War Room
Senator Rogers says decertification should happen in the state of Arizona based on what was already discovered. “We have doubt now and we have confirmation that the data points we did turn in were not accurate. I would love it if it spread to Pima and Pinal and one of my own four counties, Coconino… These are the type of things that for Bret Baier to say there is nothing here is not credible…“