On Thursday, Arizona State Senator Wendy Rogers confirmed to OAN Reporter Christina Bobb that the forensic audit as uncovered a large number of discrepancies and irregularities in Maricopa County.
While Rogers did not go into specific detail concerning the number of irregularities found, the most significant one was the 74,000 mail-in ballots. Allegedly these were “never actually mailed” to voters however somehow found their way to election night as legitimate ballots. Most likely these were recieved in favor of Joe Biden who supposedly “won” Arizona by less than 11,000 votes.
Bobb inquired “what are the steps needed in Arizona to decertify an election?”
Rogers response: the state senate needs to agree on the findings and then simply send a formal letter to the governor detailing the discrepancies.
AZ Senator Wendy Rogers: Enough Data To Decertify pic.twitter.com/rZB3SHZJlV— eatlovepray21 (@eatlovepray211) July 23, 2021
Coincidentally, President Trump was apparently also tuning into OAN’s breaking news coverage concerning the forensic audit. He issued a scathing rebuke of Arizona RINO’s attempting to block release of the forensic report.
In a statement issued through his Save America PAC the former president didn’t pull any punches.
“Republican Arizona State Sen. Paul Boyer, a RINO if there ever was one, is doing everything in his power to hold up the damning Forensic Audit of Maricopa County which has been taking place over the last 90 days. The people of Arizona are demanding it. Boyer has been nothing but trouble, and nobody knows why. All we demand is Voter Integrity!”
“He is being primaried by a strong and highly respected challenger, former Arizona State Rep. Anthony Kern,” Trump’s statement concluded.
Trump targeting Boyer as a “RINO” (Republican in name only) signals to loyalists that it’s time for Boyer to go. Although the former president hasn’t officially endorsed Rep. Anthony Kern, it’s obvious to party leaders in the Grand Canyon State that they had better throw their support towards 53-year old former lawmaker.
Although the mainstream media and big tech have virtually censored, ridiculed, and ostracized anyone from questioning the validity of the 2016 Presidential Election there are some conservative news outlets breaking through the progressive information embargo.
One of those is One America News (OAN), which has been the leading news outlet in support of the Arizona audit. In fact, OAN along with investigative reporter Christina Bobb have been instrumental in launching a fund raising website called “Voices and Vote’s”. This site allows the public to donate directly to the cause.
This has apparently upset many within the pro-Biden media to the point of hysteria. Editors at the Washington Post are so upset at OAN, and in particular with Bobb that one anonymous Post reporter could no longer contain himself:
“While mainstream reporters have been confined to a small area far from the audit tables and threatened with trespassing arrests if they wander outside it. Bobb has at times been allowed to roam the building and invite guests, yet Bobb’s only ‘qualifications’ for her job seem to be a job in the Trump administration and her promotion of the Big Lie. She had no background in journalism before joining OAN.”
This is perhaps a good thing judging from the last 5 or so years considering the trash being pawned off as journalism by rags like the Washington Post.
Nonetheless, the Post reporter didn’t stop there; “She’s been a cheerleader for the audit and some of the conspiracy theories that underlie it. ‘The entire country knows it will unravel the Democrats’ schemes from 2020,’ Bobb told viewers of her opinion show on One America in late April, a few days after the audit began. ‘Joe Biden is not a legitimate president.’”
While progressive outlets like the Washington Post and the New York Times moan and groan the Arizona audit is gathering steam. Especially in other 2020 battleground states like Pennsylvania, where a delegation of lawmakers recently expressed interest in the Arizona audit and replicating it in their home state.