Az State Wendy Rogers was asked about the decertification of the 2020 election in Arizona. She said that she would be pushing for it as soon as she can. It would help if AG Brnovich would do his job. He was given proof of voter fraud four months ago and he has done nothing and now this joker wants the voters to make him governor. Can the voters in Arizona be stupid enough to vote for him?
President Trump will hold his first rally of the year in Arizona and I would be greatly surprised if he doesn’t urge his supporters to contact AG mark Brnovich’s offices. Maybe if he feels the heat it will cause him to finally do his job. But, somehow I doubt it. He doesn’t seem to be too enthused about doing the job he was elected to do.
Sen. Rogers spoke with TGP’s Jordan Conradson:
Conradson: President Trump is coming to Arizona this week for a rally. What do you think’s on his mind?
Rogers: I’m really excited. I’ll get to be one of the warm-up speakers for President Trump in Florence, Arizona, because he endorsed me, and wow, what an honor. He says he has an announcement to make. I’m just excited that he’s here. He’s chosen Arizona to start his 2022 tour. We have a lot of supporters. It’s going to be a country thunder near Florence. We’re just really excited.
Conradson: Today is opening of the 2022 legislative session. Are you going to be calling for decertification?
Rogers: We will eventually, Yes. I will be pushing for this as soon as possible. As you know, I as an individual Senator called for decertification many months ago. And so, it’s absolutely important that we get to the bottom of the truth of 2020. We cannot move forward for 2022 without getting to the truth of 2020.
Conradson: What about Attorney General Brnovich? It seems he’s still slow-walking this investigation. Do you have anything to say to him?
Rogers: I think with the opening day here, more and more pressure will be invariably asserted on him. I have authored a number of bills. I just dropped another 20 or so today. I’ve already dropped 30. All of this is to say that we are going to shore up the mechanisms to ensure that we have a free and fair 2022 election.
Conradson: Can you tell us about the election integrity bills that you’re working on?
Rogers: I’m working on bills that will ensure that we have voter ID. I’m asking that we go to paper only. I’m asking that we go to one election day, that we do away with the machines, that we count at the precinct level. So many things need to be done that are absolutely called for by my constituents in northern Arizona, as well as the rest of the state