Arizona state Sen. Wendy Rogers, R-Ariz., a longtime Trump supporter and a warrior for election integrity, announced on Monday that her petition to decertify the presidential election of 2020 has reached 1.4 million signatures.
The petition, which Rogers says she would like to see hit 1.5 million by December 31, had 660,000 signatures in September.
Earlier this year, Sen. Rogers was endorsed by President Trump in her race for Arizona state Senate. “Wendy is a warrior who loves our country,” Trump stated in his endorsement.
According to a previous report from RSBN, not only has Rogers pushed for and supported the extensive forensic audits of the 2020 presidential election in Maricopa County, but she has also been the driving force for gathering the signatures on the decertification petition.
Additionally, Rogers spearheaded an October letter to the American people, demanding a 50-state audit of the election process and possible decertification where necessary. 138 legislators from 38 states signed the letter shortly after the data on election fraud and irregularities was released from the Maricopa County Election audit results – which highlighted more than 700,000 problematic paper ballots and 86,000 non-voter matches just in that one county.
(World Wire) Petition reaches 1.4 million signatures to decertify 2020 Election
“On Monday, Arizona State Senator Wendy Rogers, a fierce Trump ally and one of the most vehement voices demanding the decertification of 2020 presidential elections, announced that her petition to decertify the election had garnered 1.4 million signatures. Rogers announced the enormous support she has garnered for her cause on Twitter with the following tweet: ‘We have 1.4 million signatures to decertify the election. I am STILL pushing to decertify the election. Help me get to 2 million signatures ASAP. I want to get to 1.5 million by December 31st.'”