JUST-IN: AZ Republican Called For Decertification Of 2020 Election Results!

More than a year has passed since Trump rang the alarm about election fraud. Until now, there are more Republicans who push for an investigation into the results of the Presidential election, and one of them is Rep. Mark Finchem of Arizona.

The Trump ally introduced a new resolution, which, if it’s successful, will decertify the results in three counties that went to Biden in the election.

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He explained this in his latest press release. Finchem knew that such a move was unprecedented, but he said that it doesn’t mean it was impossible.

He stated:

“That there is no process under current law for the Arizona Legislature to ‘decertify’ an election, does not mean that the Legislature cannot provide a remedy for outcome-determinative fraud and illegality in the conduct of the election, exercising powers it has directly from Article II of the federal Constitution, for as the Supreme Court stated in McPherson, ‘there is no doubt of the right of the legislature to resume the power [to appoint electors] at any time, for it can neither be taken away nor abdicated.’

“In the case of Maricopa, Pima and Yuma Counties, the fact that there is evidence showing illegal acts occurred, whether by intent or omission does not matter, the margin of error exceeds the margin of victory. If we are a nation governed by the ‘rule of law,’ as we so often espouse, then violations of the law must have consequences. In that regard, the 2020 General Election is irredeemably compromised, and it is impossible to name a clear winner of the contest.”

Finchem is among many pro-Trump politicians nationwide who still push for some election results to be overturned.

NPR reported:

More recently, Finchem also appeared at a QAnon conference, and in speaking with NPR declined to describe what happened at the Capitol as a riot or an insurrection, instead making allusions to some sort of conspiracy involving law enforcement.

Now, he is running to oversee voting in Arizona in 2022.

And he’s not alone.

An NPR analysis of 2022 secretary of state races across the country found at least 20 Republican candidates running who question the legitimacy of President Biden’s 2020 win, even though no evidence of widespread fraud has been uncovered about the race over the last 14 months. In fact, claims of any sort of fraud that swung the election have been explicitly refuted in state after state, including those run by Republicans.

People have expressed their own misgivings on social media.

The Washington Examiner has more:

Finchem, whose district includes parts of Pima and Pinal counties, is a candidate for Arizona secretary of state endorsed by former President Donald Trump, who has boosted assertions of there being widespread fraud in states including Arizona even as election officials and the courts have roundly rejected such claims. Maricopa County, where Phoenix is located, was the site of a controversial audit commissioned by the GOP-led Arizona Senate that affirmed Biden’s victory but led to a referral to the state’s attorney general to investigate “urgent issues.”

If Trump could only convince his vice president to act last year, Finchem’s current effort wouldn’t be necessary.


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