Arizona state Sen. Wendy Rogers, a Republican, turned up the heat this week with her most recent comments regarding the disturbing election irregularities found in the Maricopa County 2020 presidential election audit. “Less letters, more subpoenas,” she said. “Less requests, more warrants. Less talk, more arrests.”
Rogers, a conservative pro-Trump supporter, has been one of the biggest advocates for conducting an election audit in Arizona, specifically in Maricopa County. Rogers also started a petition in 2021 to audit all 50 states. Over one million people have signed the petition along with many state legislators from across the country.
“All highly populated counties need to be audited because when you do the audits, you dismantle the fraud machines that have been in place for decades. Let’s send some of these cheating Dems and RINOs to jail,” Rogers said.
The Maricopa County election audit has raised a number of red flags since releasing the findings were released. The audit report found that more than 86,000 votes in Arizona had no identity match, and over 700,000 other paper ballots were identified as having issues, ranging from “ghost votes” to voters who voted in multiple counties.
In addition, renowned scientist Dr. Shiva Ayyadurai recently conducted an open forum discussing the findings of a limited analysis that he conducted. His key findings included pinpointing 6,000 ballots that had no envelope, over 2,000 ballots with bad signatures, and just under another 2,000 mail-in ballots that had no signature at all.
Joe Biden’s margin of victory in Arizona during the 2020 presidential election was barely over 10,000 votes. In light of that, the number of reported ballot problems coming out of the Arizona election audit and Dr. Shiva’s analysis appears to be exceptionally impactful. In an interview with Real America’s Voice, Sen. Rogers said it is “absolutely critical that we continue the pressure, we stay strident, resolute, and very sharp-elbowed in this fight, because the left wants us to back down…”
Additionally, Rogers put pressure on Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich to take action for election integrity. “The elephant in the room is #ElectionIntegrity,” Rogers stated in a tweet. “This is a single issue state and a single issue race for the US Senate. Dominate that issue, and you win. How do you dominate? Arrest those who stole our elections and deleted the election data.”
In September, it was also revealed that an unnamed election official from Maricopa County reportedly deleted all election data from the Election Management Systems (EMS) just one day before the forensic audit began.
President Trump commented on the situation in a statement: “It is not even believable the dishonesty of the Fake News Media on the Arizona Audit results, which shows incomprehensible Fraud at an Election Changing level, many times more votes than is needed. The Fake News Media refuses to write the facts, thereby being complicit in the Crime of the Century.”
In addition to championing nationwide election audits, which could culminate in a potential decertification of 2020 presidential election results, Sen. Rogers has not let up on demanding Attorney Mark Brnovich make arrests related to the reported election fraud findings.
In a video uploaded to Twitter, Brnovich jokingly made light of the situation, acknowledging that his office had “gotten a lot of calls, a lot of emails” related to election integrity – until he proceeded to twirl nun-chucks, playing his viewers for laughs.
Sen. Rogers responded sharply to the video:
“With all due respect AG, we want to see arrests – literal crooks being perp walked in hand cuffs,” she demanded. “Now, not later.”