Arizona 2020 election update Feb 23, 2021 Senator Borrelli interview Paul Boyer close friends with Maricopa Board, Evidence on the machines still there?, Ward v Jackson denied
“The certification of Arizona’s FALSE results is unethical and knowingly participating in the corruption that has disenfranchised AZ voters,” …Jenna Ellis
“We the people are the rightful masters of both Congress and the courts, not to overthrow the Constitution but to overthrow the men who pervert the Constitution.”…Abraham Lincoln
“The Arizona Legislature should immediately march in to Maricopa County, secure the ballots, and with the aid of appropriate law enforcement, arrest anyone obstructing justice.”...Citizen Wells
The people of Arizona and some of the legislators really care about how the 2020 election was conducted.
It is the opinion of Citizen Wells that the legislature is long on talk and shorter on action.
The plenary power of the Arizona legislature is absolute and exceeds that of any court.
Arizona State Senator Sonny Borrelli interview
Three things stand out:
- Concerns about evidence tampering.
- Republican Senator Paul Boyer is good friends with the Maricopa Board of Supervisors and wants to protect them.
- The senate is requesting a Grand Jury Investigation.
Arizona GOP chairman stated that the Dominion machines had been recalibrated.
Kelli Ward v. Constance Jackson, et al. was denied by SCOTUS February 22, 2021
Kelli Ward v. Constance Jackson, et al.
from the Supreme Court of Arizona
Petition for a writ of certiorari denied.
STATEMENT OF THE CASE
Due process requires at a minimum the “orderly judicial review of any disputed matters that might arise” in an election. Bush v. Gore, 531 U.S. 98, 110
(2000). In this case, the lower courts allowed only two full days of inspection and discovery into the validity of the presidential election in Arizona, in which threemillion, three hundred thirty-three thousand, eight hundred twenty-nine
(3,333,829) ballots were cast. The lower court held an “accelerated evidentiary
hearing” due to what it perceived as deadlines in the Electoral Count Act, “[i]n order to permit this matter to be heard and appealed (if necessary) to the Arizona Supreme Court before the Electoral College meets on December 14, 2020.” (Exhibit “A,” Judgment.) As the Court stated to undersigned counsel at the initial hearing Nov. 30th hearing: “You may be right on the law, that we’ve got more time than I think we have, but I’m reluctant to take that chance. And certainly if I set an evidentiary hearing after the 14th of December, I would expect someone to special action me to the Supreme Court and have the Supreme Court tell me, no, we have to do it sooner. But by then they don’t move as quickly as we do and we’ve lost a few days. And so my inclination is to set it on Thursday [December 3rd]….” (See Appendix “F,” transcript of initial Nov. 30th hearing, p. 14, lines 16-23.) As a result, even a very limited inspection of twenty-five hundred ballots that was granted by the Court (and/or stipulated to by the parties) simply could not be finished in time for trial, and Petitioner’s requests for larger inspections (as detailed below) were denied. ”
Arizona Senate passed Senate Bill 1408
“The Arizona state Senate passed Senate Bill 1408 on a party-line 16-14 vote Thursday, giving the legislature the express authority to subpoena ballots, election equipment and information from counties. It also explicitly states that the legislature has the authority to investigate any matter.
The bill, sponsored by Sen. Warren Petersen, R-Gilbert, was passed in the event that a judge ruled that the law doesn’t give the legislature the authority to subpoena ballots and tabulation machines from Maricopa County so it can conduct an audit of the November 2020 election.”
Az Canvassers are going door to door, documenting illegal voters. Listen to this canvasser’s story.
Arizona SOS Katie Hobbs and Gov Ducey celebrate as they prematurely certify the votes while the Nov 30 election hearing was taking place.