Thank goodness for leaders like the four Republican leaders in the Arizona Legislature who just called for an audit of Maricopa County’s election equipment and software. The county used the now notorious Dominion Voting Systems that raised questions regarding security and risks of hacking.

KTAR reports that after numerous phone calls with members of the Maricopa County Board of Supervisors, Senate President Karen Fann and Speaker of the House Rusty Bowers, along with Senate Government Chair Michelle Ugenti-Rita and House Majority Leader Warren Petersen, issued a press release today calling for a “forensic audit” of Maricopa County voting machines.

Majority Leader Peterson voiced his concern over the Dominion Voting Systems used in the election:

“Especially concerning are the allegations made surrounding the vendor Dominion. It is imperative that the county immediately do a forensic audit on the Dominion software and equipment to make sure the results were accurate.”

Supervisor Steve Chucri stated that he is also open to an audit of tabulation machines by a third party.

Arizona isn’t the only state concerned about the Dominion Voting Systems. There have been concerns in key swing states like Pennsylvania, Georgia, Wisconsin, and Michigan.

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Testimony on November 30th opened the door for more investigations. The evidence was shocking:

The Arizona Committee Chairman Mark Finchem spoke out about the evidence of voter fraud in his state. He says the election behavior has been criminal and should be a “special session” to investigate.

Chairman Mark Finchem also suggested Arizona withhold Electoral College delegates.

The testimony was stunning:


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