Republicans doing the work of dems?

Isn’t this what the left always counts on?

The Epoch Times carries a must-read report titled, “Arizona Senate President: State’s 11 Electors Cannot Be Recalled After Maricopa Audit.” Only four days earlier (July 14) The Washington Times headlined, “Arizona election audit finds discrepancy, Senate president says: ‘Those numbers do not match.’” Despite overwhelming evidence, AZ Senate President Karen Fann appears to be backing down.

This is serious business. The 2020 presidential election results raised questions that required a ballot audit of Maricopa County’s 2.1 million ballots.

The Arizona Senate began the auditing process in January due to widespread reports of fraud and irregularities in Maricopa County. The Board of Supervisors refused to comply with the Arizona Senate until Maricopa County Superior Court Judge Timothy Thomason ordered them to do so on February 26, 2021.

Jack Sellers, Maricopa County GOP chair of Republican dominated Board of Supervisors, now claims the Maricopa County ballot audit is an “alternate reality that has veered out of control.” Sellers is taking his cue from County Recorder Stephen Richer, who duped Republican voters.

Other states, including Georgia, New Hampshire, and Pennsylvania, disagreed, and have followed Arizona’s lead after ballot discrepancies were discovered.

Ballot integrity is vital to a constitutional republic. American citizens must have faith in our electoral system and the expectation that our elected officials will take their duties seriously.

11 Responses to Republicans doing the work of dems?

  1. Trevor says:

    Jack Sellers almost lost to a communist named Jevin Hodge. And Bill Gates backed RINO Heather Carter over Nancy Barto. These two are clowns!

  2. Arizona Conservative Guy says:

    Informative post.

    Front Page Mag ran a column, “Preserving the Constitution Requires Election Integrity,” that detailed the dangerous engagement of corporate America into national politics. It’s important reading for those who value our freedom. I highly recommend it!

  3. Frankly Speaking says:

    It’s time to replace Senate President Karen Fann and BOS chairman Jack Sellers with people who will continue to stand for the conservative principles they ran on. The audit has doubtlessly been a grueling process but they ran for public office as Republicans and have an obligation to their constituents to fulfill their duties.

  4. hoi polloi boy says:

    Would someone please clarify why the R members of the Maricopa County BOS are so adamantly opposed to election integrity?

    Are they Vichy Rs who were backed by the McCain Machine?

    • East Valley Conservative says:

      I have no definitive answer to your very good question, but as a longtime Republican activist, can tell you that McCain’s (and Kyl’s) vicious tentacles extended far and wide. Kyl was the lawyer son of a congressman, and comported himself with more class than McCain, but they were in lockstep with one another. They both worked to elect Flake because they knew they could control him.

      In that race, the best candidate was former US Surgeon General Dr. Richard Carmona, who was a far more rational than ignoramus Jeff Flake. In retrospect, I realize I erred (in the long run) in not voting for him, but I couldn’t bring myself to vote for a dem, because I knew as a freshman he’d have to cave to the dem leadership.

    • Seen It All says:

      That is a gem of a question. In my opinion, they all need to be tossed. There is only one dem on the Board of Supervisors (Steve Gallardo), but he appears to be in the catbird’s seat. None of them are at the BOS office on a full time basis. They show up for meetings that are usually public.

  5. State Committeeman says:

    Another one to add to the ‘must go” list is Maricopa County Recorder Stephen Richer, a first termer, who is a major disappointment as he does the demoncrat’s work for them, even stooping to calling President Trump, “unhinged.”

    I ‘d say I wonder if Richer voted for Hillary, but it’s clear he wouldn’t vote for someone he considers “unhinged.”

    • Maggie says:

      Relive Donald Trump’s stunning win in under 2 minutes, I’d bet the farm Richer was among those gasping in horror!!

  6. Doc says:

    Ok folks, I’ve got a question. The Quote from Epoch says, “The Senate body—we do not have the authority to do that.” So, how is this Senator Fann’s fault? I mean, I’m not arguing, I’m seriously asking. My personal beliefs on this issue are aligned with Senator Rodgers. It sure looks to me like the election was rigged, & the electors SHOULD be recalled. But, if it’s not in the AZ Senate’s purview, how is this Senator Fann’s fault?

    • MAGA Hat Man says:

      The way I read the two articles in the first paragraph, Sen. Fann appears to have backpedaled from her original stance on what has become an increasingly muddled issue. I’m no authority, just putting my two cents in. My opinion is worth exactly what you’ve paid for it!

  7. Joseph Bickley, Sr. says:

    I especially appreciate SRAZ’s recognition of the fact that ours is a “republic,” not a democracy as the major media continue claiming.