Gateway Pundit is reporting that Republican Arizona State Rep. Kelly Townsend (LD-16) is calling on Maricopa County GOP Chairman Rae Chornenky and her first Vice Chair Linda Brickman to step down, for failing to show up to certify the Dominion Voting Machines.
SRAZ is linking directly to Gateway Pundit’s revealing report which includes twitter exchanges between Rep. Townsend and Chornenky. Be sure to read this substantiation of concerns that have been repeatedly expressed in other states where Dominion Voting Machines have been used.
The machines were used in 33 states, including Arizona, Michigan and Georgia. Mark Malloch Brown, Chairman of the Board of Smartmantics, which makes the machines, also serves on George Soros’ Open Societies Foundation Board. Ready for another reveal? The machines were previously linked to the Clinton Global Initiative.
This is far from irrelevant. Maricopa County is one of the largest counties in the United States with a land area greater than that of four states and is more populous than 23 states. Phoenix, located within the county, is the fifth-most populous city in the nation, and strongly supportive of President Donald Trump.
The Gateway Pundit link includes Maricopa County Democrat Chair Steven Slugocki responding with a taunt showing a copy of the certificate, which was only signed by him and not a single Republican.
Rae Chornenky resigned Tuesday night November 10, one week after Election Day, following her assertions that she had no intention of stepping down.