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Republican Arizona state House Rep. Mark Finchem says he is suing members of the Arizona House and Senate alleging defamation and malice after they accused him of treason and sedition.

“So earlier in January, the Democrat members of the House and Senate sent a letter to the Department of Justice and the FBI accusing me of high treason, sedition, planning an insurrection, the overthrow of our government,” Finchem told the Epoch Times’ Joshua Philipp. “All patently absurd fallacious claims, but then they turned around and sent it to the media as though it was factual. Well in that, they committed malice.”

Finchem says the accusations from Democrats stemmed from his trip to the U.S. Capitol building to hand a “packet” of alleged voter fraud evidence over to Rep. Paul Gosar (R-AZ) to aid in his challenge of the electoral vote during the Joint Session of Congress on Jan 6.

“And I reached out to my lawyer friends and said, hey, this isn’t right,” he said. “All I did was go to the Capitol to deliver an evidence packet to representative Gosar who in turn delivered it to Vice President Pence. I was exercising my franchise. First of all, it was my free speech, but even more importantly representing my constituents.”

The Epoch Times writes:

But Finchem said that he “was never really there” at the Capitol and when he attempted to give his scheduled speech, the event got “out of hand” leading to the breach. Going further, Finchem said he never got within a few hundred yards of the Capitol building.

Someone told him that before his event, “‘We’re going to cancel it, and we think it’d be a good idea for you to leave,’” he recalled. “I took a picture and promptly left.”

After Finchem filed a complaint against some Democrats in the state Legislature, Democratic Rep. Athena Salman stated that they were within their rights to ask for an investigation.

It came after Democrats in Arizona wrote that of Finchem’s attendance on Jan. 6, “It is vital to any current or future federal investigation, and ultimately to the Arizona public they represent, that we learn what these elected officials knew about this planned insurrection and when they knew it,” as reported by the Arizona Capitol Times.

For the full report, click HERE.

Arizona Senate Still Battling Maricopa County For Election Integrity

A simple solution in determining if there were any issues in Maricopa County, AZ during the 2020 presidential election would be to grant the Arizona Senate access to the ballots and the machines in order to conduct a forensic audit. Unfortunately, the Maricopa County board will not grant access to the necessary election equipment, claiming the materials are privileged.

Should a court side with the county, an Arizona Senate committee has come up with a backup plan: a proposal which states election equipment and ballots are not protected, which would enable the legislature to issue a subpoena.

The Miner reports:

The Republican-controlled county board has been fighting the Senate’s effort to get access to ballots and election machines since mid-December under a subpoena issued by lawmakers who have questioned President Joe Biden’s win in the state. The board maintains the ballots are secret under law and the state constitution and tabulation machines can’t be compromised by allowing uncertified people to examine them.

The board handed over reams of materials and is doing two audits of their own on the machines to ensure they accurately counted ballots and weren’t hacked.

The Senate fell one vote short of finding the board in contempt on Monday, just days after the county board asked a judge to quash the subpoenas.

Republican Senator Warren Peterson, who recently became chairman of the Judiciary Committee says the new proposal is an “insurance policy” should a judge rule against the Senate.

“They continue to hold the position that we don’t have the authority to investigate and audit the ballots and in this case the equipment,” Peterson said Tuesday. “So this makes clear what we already believe is the law.”

Charlie Kirk sat down with Arizona Congressman Paul Gosar yesterday and discussed the election results in the state and the ongoing audit efforts. Gosar believes there may be a 2-3 percent error rate in the counting of ballots in his state.

Data Experts Claim Over 790k “Laundered” Votes “Injected” into System in Arizona

A second video has been published by data science experts showing what they claim to be proof of election fraud occurring in Arizona and say they have uncovered over 790,000 “laundered” votes injected into the system in the state.

The video shows massive discrepancies in absentee ballot releases in the counties of Coconino, Maricopa, Pima and Pinal. 

The experts suggest that votes were “preloaded” into an “absentee bucket” hidden from public view which then distributes votes to candidates as needed to reach a desired result.

At the end of the video, the experts claim the following:

  • “Voter fraud occurred in Arizona
  • The raw data proves this claim
  • The raw data is an API direct Feed
  • The Secretary of State uses this same data
  • Arizona certified fraudulent votes”

Considering Joe Biden “won” the state by just over 10,000 votes, the potential news of hundreds of thousands of “laundered” votes is very concerning. 

Watch the shocking claims for yourself. 

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