Calls are growing louder for Arizona’s electors to be recalled, and a new election to be initiated in the state. Arizona state Senator Wendy Rogers is leading the charge in the battle to overturn the 2020 election in her state, posting on Twitter about some of the results of the audit in Maricopa County.
In a Twitter thread posted on July 15, state Senator Wendy Rogers says that the revelations from the audit hearing have left her no choice but to advocate for the electors for Joe Biden to be recalled.
“I have heard enough,” Rogers tweeted. “With the tens of thousands of ballots mailed without being requested, the over ten thousand people who voted after registering after November 3rd, the failure of Maricopa to turn over the 40% machines, the passwords that Dominion still refuses to turn over, & tens of thousands of unauthorized queries demonstrating how insecure the election was, I call for the Biden electors to be recalled to Arizona & a new election must be conducted. Arizona’s electors must not be awarded fraudulently & we need to get this right.”
to turn over, & tens of thousands of unauthorized queries demonstrating how insecure the election was, I call for the Biden electors to be recalled to Arizona & a new election must be conducted. Arizona’s electors must not be awarded fraudulently & we need to get this right.
— Wendy Rogers (@WendyRogersAZ) July 15, 2021
The next day, Rogers took her statements even further, calling for an audit of all 50 states.
#AuditAll50States to #DrainTheSwamp and put #AmericaFirst!!! 🔥🔥🔥🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🙏🙏🙏
— Wendy Rogers (@WendyRogersAZ) July 17, 2021
The claims made by Rogers in her Twitter thread were corroborated through testimony from auditors at a state Senate hearing on July 15.
In a race that was decided by just 10,457 votes, there were several irregularities brought up in the audit hearing that have sparked concern. Some of the key takeaways from the hearing include:
- 3,981 people were found to have voted even though they registered to vote after the October 15 deadline.
- 11,326 people were found to have voted who were not on the voter rolls until December 4, nearly a month after the election.
- 18,000 people who voted in the election were removed from voter rolls after the election. Typically, names are only removed from voter rolls if the voter is ineligible to vote due to moving to another county or state, being deceased, or for other legitimate reasons.
- 74,243 mail-in ballots were found with no evidence of ever being sent.
- Thousands of duplicated ballots — which are ballots that were recreated after the originals were found to be damaged — were missing serial numbers, “making it almost impossible to match it up with its corresponding damaged ballot,” according to reporting from Liz Harrington.
STUNNING in race decided by 10,457 votes
3,981 voted despite registered AFTER Oct 15 deadline
11,326 voted who were NOT on rolls on Nov 7 but WERE on Dec 4
18,000 voted and then were removed from rolls AFTER election
74,243 mail-in ballots w/ NO evidence of ever being sent
— Liz Harrington (@realLizUSA) July 15, 2021
"If the corresponding numbers aren't on there how would you know whether it was duplicated once or 10 times?"
THOUSANDS of duplicated ballots MISSING serial numbers, making it almost impossible to match it up with its corresponding damaged ballot#ArizonaAudit pic.twitter.com/JRqmdBtRhw
— Liz Harrington (@realLizUSA) July 16, 2021