Mark Finchem Expects AZ ARRESTS! ‘’Maricopa Isn’t The Only County We’re Waiting Go Indictments!’’ [WATCH]
One day ago, AZ State Representative and Candidate for Secretary of State Mark Finchem with AZ State Senator Wendy Rogers on frankspeech.com joined Brannon Howse and Bill Federer to discuss the Prima County, AZ, and the AZ AG’s 2020 election fraud investigation.
Not so long ago, Trump endorsed Mark Finchem for AZ Secretary of State in 2022.
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State Senator Rogers said that the AZ would try to decertify in the next legislative session.
Finchem stated at Trump’s Save America Rally in Des Moines, Iowa, where he announced 35,000 fictitious votes were found in Pima County.
The finding was huge.
Another report was found, and two precincts in Prima County had more than 100% turnout for mail-in ballots, and 40 precincts had more than 97% returned.
Trump shared a statement that emphasized this proof of voter fraud and called for decertification.
Furthermore, the AZ Senate’s full forensic audit of Maricopa County’s 2020 Election uncovered many law violations and numerous fraudulent ballots.
Biden was the winner of the AZ by less than 10,500 votes! Finchem wants a full forensic audit of the Pima County election, and he started a nationwide petition to audit this county.
Everything shows that there was fraud in the 2020 election, and it has to be decertified.
Precisely 65 days have passed since Mark Brnovich obtained the full, unredacted Maricopa County audit report, but still, no action has happened.
Finchem joined Howse to share the update on his ballot integrity project and Prima County and told us that he is expecting arrests.
This is what they talked about:
Howse: So Mark, you just heard Senator Rogers mentioned when they are perp walked, when your Attorney General charges them perp walks them. So what is your thoughts on that? Do you think your Attorney General is going to be diving into this big time and going that far?
Fichem: Well, the whole point of separation of powers in our constitutional form of government is that the legislature engages in collecting information, collecting evidence, hearing from the people, and then we refer what some people might call an evidence book to the executive branch. In this case, that is the Attorney General. Now one thing that people, I don’t think, appreciate is the Attorney General is not limited to just the evidence book that was turned over to them by the Arizona Senate, yeoman’s work that they did. The Attorney General of the State of Arizona is not bound by anything other than his imagination, and the staff that he has, and unfortunately, the limited resources he has to investigate any report of election systems fraud, of voter fraud, of ballot fraud, any of those components that would serve to interfere with the People’s consent to be governed. Now, on the other side of that consent to be governed question, and it sounds a bit academic, but it’s extremely important for everybody to remember: When you give up a small amount of your personal sovereign right, your consent to be governed, you retain the right to question the people who are counting the votes. So elections should be secret, but the counting should never be secret. And that’s one of the things that is a big outcome of the November 30th hearing that I chaired and the work that the Senate did as a result of the December 14th subpoenas. In fact, one of those things that we’re rolling out right now, have been for a number of months is the ballot fraud countermeasures program. In fact, people can go to ElectionsByThePeople.com that’s ElectionsByThePeople.com. And if they want to have currency grade, fraud countermeasures built into the ballots, the ability to have an audit trail built into ballots, the ability to hold elections bureaucrats, and I’m not going to call them officials because I think in many cases they’ve moved from officialdom to just think of the bureaucratic state that Woodrow Wilson would be very proud of. It gives us the opportunity as the people to watch the watchers. And that is one of the things that I fear we have become very tolerant of over the decades. And you know, a nation isn’t just what it does, it’s what it tolerates. That’s Kurt Tucholski from the 1940s. And we all know what happened when the German people tolerated a government that was engaged in tyranny. So, one of the things I’m really excited about is we, even though the Senate has completed most of its work, and I do believe that we’ll see a follow on report related to a kinematic artifact review, some other things that had not yet been ascertained. For example, the Splunk logs and the routers. We still want to see the routers. There are other pieces to that, in fact, Maricopa County isn’t the only county. If people want to go to voteFinchem.com they can click on the link up there that demands a vote or an audit of Pima County. We’ve found certain discrepancies and we are contemplating the idea of calling for an audit, at least a public hearing sometime in the near future about what happened in Pima County. So for the people that think that this is somehow over that we’re not, that we’re done and nothing’s happening. I think back to your original question. Prosecutors are engaged in two things number one, investigating crimes and making sure that the people that they charge committed the crime. Number two, they like to put people in jail so I have every reason to believe that there will be some kind of an arrest warrant coming out of the Attorney General’s office.
Howse: Excellent. Give your website again Mark.
Finchem: So, for people, if they want to see the ballot fraud countermeasures and really urge their states to be involved, and by the way, we’ve got seven states right now that want to spin up having watermarks and an audit trail on their ballots. They can go to ElectionsByThePeople.com, and if they want to encourage legislators in Arizona to engage in an audit of Pima County they can go to voteFinchem.com That’s voteFinchem.com. At the very top, there’s a link, very simple, click on that link that says “Audit Pima County”, put your name, and similar to what Senator Rogers is doing. And by the way, I am still an active representative in Arizona House of Representatives. But similar to what Senator Rogers is doing, it’s amazing what legislators will do when they know that the people are behind them. And that’s the whole point of many of these petitions. To give represented elected representatives the courage, if you will, to say “We’re with you, the people are with you on this. We want this done.” Before looking I think the most important thing that we can look at is the idea of a watermarked ballot that is highly controlled; controlled just like our currency is and people can sign on to that at ElectionsByThePeople.com.
AZ State Senator Rogers has promised to bear down on the problem until the arrests occur. Finchem wants to expand the audit investigation beyond Maricopa County. Also, he is ready to secure future elections as AZ
Secretary of State, and he would start with his ballot integrity project, which will incorporate currency-grade fraud measures into ballots.
Wherever you live, you can sign the Petition to Audit Prima County.
Take a look at the video below: