Arizona AG Mark Brnovich Has Little Interest in Action on Election Fraud

(TEMPE, Ariz.)–It’s been two weeks since the office of Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich requested items from Representative Wendy Rogers in relation to fraud in the 2020 Presidential Election.

A third party company from Florida called the Cyber Ninjas were able to materialize through professional auditing that there were several irregularities with ballots. Some duplicate, some printed on paper whose origin proves it came from China, some involving deceased voters, and so on.

Unfortunately, all of the work seems to be in vain for now, as Brnovich has spoken one way about the idea of election fraud justice but his actions are clearly not oriented around the Arizonian’s whose votes were wrongfully stolen.

On Wednesday, Brnovich was able to hand out 13 indictments related to a fraudulent health-billing scandal, but nothing related to the massive election fraud.

The website of The Attorney General’s Office shows there is still a section titled “Election Integrity Unit,” that if clicked on takes you to an area where you can file an election complaint.

The hard work of people looking to negate obvious fraud has been shown, but it is not being acted on. How long can this be allowed to go on before people have had enough? Several people associated with the audit have voiced their concerns on the matter, but it all seems to just fall into the breeze.

Brnovich has laid out no kind of time-table as to when he might even make remarks on the findings. For now, the nation waits.

Wendy Rogers Calls For Arrests in Wake of Audit Evidence

Arizona State Representative Wendy Rogers called upon Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich for the arrests of both Katie Hobbs and Adrian Fontes on Friday morning.

Rogers has been adamant about showing the truth of the 2020 Presidential Election via the recent audits in her home state. She has called on Patriots in all other 49 states to conduct their own audits and decertify election results where appropriate. This call to action has been heeded by several states and municipalities as of today, 346 since the Election was stolen.

Maricopa County officials admitted that they deleted election data in response to being subpoenaed for information related directly to the election fraud.

It has been over a week now since the office of Brnovich requested items and exhibits be sent to him related to election abuses in Arizona. He then, based on the evidence, has the authority to issue arrest warrants for the arrest of those involved in stealing the election.

It’s unknown how long it might take for such events to take place.

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