Arizona State Legislature to Maintain Public Listening to on Election Integrity on Monday, Nov. 30

Arizona state lawmakers will hold an electoral integrity hearing on Monday, November 30th.

The public hearing will be chaired by Representative Mark Finchem, LD-11, with a number of members of the House and Senate on the hearing panel.

“Since shortly before the 2020 elections, some of my colleagues and I have been investigating possible fraudulent and illegal activities that could affect our 2020 elections. My worst fears have emerged, and so far the evidence has been banned from an official public forum. “Said Rep Finchem. “A few weeks ago, I requested permission from the House Federal Relations Committee to hold a hearing on the integrity of the Arizona 2020 election. This hearing has not yet been approved by House leadership and it is vital that we show evidence that our election has been compromised. “

He continued, “After a review of statistical anomalies there are numbers to count, affidavits of improper conduct and community outrage arising from what appears to voters to be an attempt to vote through a series of scams throw We have decided, as members of the legislature and not as members of a specific committee, to hold a public hearing. “

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The event details are as follows:

The President’s Legal Team will be present from DC to assist in a factual hearing with select members of the Arizona House and Senate and a panel of experts. The aim is to gather evidence that justifies calling a special meeting to reflect on what has happened and take appropriate action immediately.

“We are pleased that state lawmakers in Pennsylvania, Arizona and Michigan are convening hearings to consider the November 3rd presidential election,” said Jenna Ellis, personal attorney for President Donald J. Trump.

State lawmakers are uniquely qualified and able to hold hearings on electoral irregularities and fraud before voters are elected. Under Article 2, Section 1.2 of the United States Constitution, state legislatures have sole power to select their representatives on the electoral college, providing critical protection against election fraud and tampering.

🚨🚨🚨Arizona State Legislature will hold an electoral integrity hearing on Monday, November 30th. Mayor @RudyGiuliani and I will be present on behalf of President @realDonaldTrump.

– Jenna Ellis (@JennaEllisEsq) November 27, 2020

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