Urgent: Tell AZ legislators to sign election letter to VP Pence
Many Arizona legislators are fighting to expose illegal voting processes and fraudulent voting in the 2020 presidential election. They need your help. I urge you to take action now and help protect the electoral process of America's democratic republic. Violations of the state's legal voting process and election fraud have harmed Arizona's free and fair elections and negatively impacted the electoral process of selecting the next president of the United States.
Contact your Arizona state senator and representative now. Strongly urge your legislators to join in signing a letter to Vice President Mike Pence, declaring Arizona's electors to be blocked from the electoral vote count until the election controversy is resolved.
Several Arizona state legislators have drafted such a letter to Vice President Pence. The counting of electoral votes will begin on January 6 at 1:00pm ET. It's urgent that you act now. The letter to Pence states, in part:
The Governor transmitted to you a document that advances Electors from the Democratic Party and has failed to notify you of the tainted nature of said Electors, despite the evidence thus far provided showing enough fraud. Even this cannot settle the matter, and neither candidate is a clear winner in the absence of a forensic audit.
Based upon the clear and convincing nature of the evidence, we respectfully ask that you recognize our desire to reclaim Arizona's Electoral College Electors and block the use of any Electors from Arizona until such time as the controversy is properly resolved through the pending litigation or a comprehensive forensic audit.
Arizona has 11 electoral votes, with a state-wide vote tally currently estimated at 1,661,677 for President Trump and 1,672,054 for former Vice President Joe Biden. In Arizona, which has the narrowest alleged Biden victory margin at 10,377 votes, there are nearly 10 times that number of possible illegal ballots. Over 100,000 possibly illegal ballots were cast in the Arizona presidential election.
It’s very important to understand the fact that Article II, Section 1, of the U.S. Constitution, the "appointment clause," grants state legislators complete authority and responsibility to appoint the electors from their state. This section states: "Each state shall appoint, in such manner as the legislature thereof may direct, a number of electors."
Neither the governor, secretary of state, nor attorney general has the legal authority to change election laws without legislative approval. Neither do the courts have this power.
Evidence of election law violations and election fraud. Since 1990, Arizona law has required that residents wishing to participate in an election submit their voter registration materials no later than 29 days prior to election day in order to vote in that election. For the 2020 presidential election, that deadline was October 5, but on that date a federal district court violated Arizona law and the U.S. Constitution’s electors clause by ordering the registration deadline to be extended to October 23, 2020. On October 13, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit stayed that order but still moved the registration deadline to October 15. Either way, both federal court rulings unconstitutionally extended the statutory deadline, thereby allowing potentially thousands of illegal votes to be injected into the election.
On December 15, 2020, due to a significant number of voting irregularities, the Arizona state Senate served two subpoenas on the Maricopa County Board of Supervisors to audit scanned ballots, voting machines, and software. The Arizona Senate Judiciary Chairmen stated in a public hearing earlier that day that "[t]here is evidence of tampering, there is evidence of fraud" with the vote in Maricopa County. The Board of Supervisors voted to refuse to comply with those subpoenas necessitating a lawsuit to enforce them.
From the Navarro Report on Arizona election fraud:
[A]s an example of the possible destruction of legally cast real ballots there is this allegation from a court case filed in the United States District Court for the District of Arizona: Plaintiffs claim that over 75,000 absentee ballots were reported as unreturned when they were actually returned. These absentee ballots were then either lost or destroyed (consistent with allegations of Trump ballot destruction) and/or were replaced with blank ballots filled out by election workers or other third parties. (9)
In Arizona, there likewise was a clear difference between how in-person voters were treated versus mail-in ballots. On the one hand, mail-in voters had up to 5 days to "cure" or "fix" invalid mail-in ballots sent prior to Election Day. On the other hand, in-person voters in Maricopa County, for example, had to deal with poll workers who did not know how to work electronic voting machines properly. This resulted in thousands of in-person votes being marked incorrectly and disregarded rather than cured. (21)
From the Conservative Action Project on Arizona election fraud:
Democrat-controlled Maricopa County election officials did not "allow political party observers to effectively observe" the process of verifying mail-in signatures.
- Almost 700,000 mail-in votes were counted without any Republican oversight according to eight witnesses at the November 30 hearing in Maricopa County.
- Observers had to remain behind a specific point, which was at least 10 to 12 feet away from the counting process.
- Most of the computer screens were turned so that the observers could not see them even if they had been sufficiently close to the screens.
- Arizona election law states that "procedures shall allow political party observers to effectively observe the election process...." (Emphasis added.)
- Many Republicans were escorted from the building by election officials when they protested the illegal situation of not being allowed to effectively observe the process.
Maricopa County utilized Dominion machines.
- Six minutes after the polls closed at 7 p.m. November 3, Biden received a net gain of 143,100 votes. Cyber Security expert witness, retired Col. Phil Waldron, testified that such increase was a mathematical impossibility because there were not enough machines in use to process that many votes in that short amount of time.
- The Dominion voting machines were connected to the internet, thereby completely violating all security mandates.
Please take action now and share this email now with others in your state in your circle of influence. Only a strong grassroots response will help force your state legislature to reclaim its constitutional authority and responsibility to address the illegal and fraudulent voting in your state.