Arizona State Sen. Wendy Rogers has called for the 2020 presidential election results from her state to be decertified. She has a goal of collecting one million signatures from all across America for this effort. You can join that effort here!
Rogers, who resides in Flagstaff, represents four counties in northern Arizona. She came to Mike Lindell’s Cyber Symposium with “an open mind.”
“And what I’ve come away with has been an incredibly diverse networking with, I think, every other state has sent a state representative or a state senator here, and thus we have formed this election integrity caucus,” Rogers said. “And now we have a path ahead, forward, to collaborate and to inspire and educate one another on how to be able to audit elections in all 50 states if necessary, because honestly, every county that has had machines doing the elections should be audited.”
The biggest challenges encountered in the Arizona saga are those the state is trying to audit.
“In other words, the Maricopa County Board of Supervisors themselves,” she said. “(They) have thwarted us at every turn. Nonetheless, we have been upheld in court four times. As most everyone knows, they have tried to stiff-arm the subpoena that we launched on them a week ago. And, as a result, we then have gone to the Arizona Attorney General to get them to comply. And what that action essentially boils down to is they as al ower echelon state government level have been found to be non-compliant and thus we are asking the Arizona Attorney General to agree that is the case. They have until the 20th of August to research that and adjudicate that. Once the Attorney General agrees that they’ve been non-compliant, then ostensibly, they would be docked 10 percent of their Arizona State Revenue share, which would equate to about $63 million. And that would not be able to be appealed in a court. It would go straight from the Attorney General to the Treasurer.”
Rogers said Republicans have a “fragile, slim majority” in the senate with 16 GOP members and 14 Democrats.
“All it takes is one Republican to go rogue, as it were,” she said.
The votes are not there to hold the supervisors in contempt, which has led to resorting to the Attorney General.
“I feel in my heart of hearts that at the end of the process, once we finish the audit, that there will be so much irrefutable truth that even the Democrats will come around,” Rogers predicted.
Rogers encourages Americans not from Arizona to sign that petition mentioned above. She is also available on Facebook, Twitter and Telegram.
“Stay strong and lean forward,” she said. “Despite the fact that platforms take us off — like Facebook and Twitter, although indescribably I’m still on those two — but we have, in my case, shored up my position by putting me on Gab, Telegram and Rumble. Do diversify and get on all these other platforms where the truth can prevail.”
Meeting legislators from other states with a similar goal and mindset has been “indescribably powerful,” Rogers said.
“I did not know three days ago that this would be the result,” she said. “That we’d have all these state legislators come together in this powerful synergy of dedication to the country as a nation. And when we took our oaths, we took them as Americans. And it has just been a wonderful experience being together and connecting and knowing that we as state legislators have the plenary power that the United States Constitution endowed us with to oversee the U.S. presidential election.”
There is no questioning the importance of American elections.
“Our vote, and for it to count, truthfully is the fundamental tenant of our republic,” she said. “People need to absolutely have faith and stay strong and command the narrative. And never give up. Never back down. Double down.”