Revolt against Arizona election fraud cover-up becoming a global cause
By TONY MOBILIFONITIS
AN Arizona couple’s move to recall the five county supervisors of Maricopa County for ignoring election corruption in the state is gaining thousands of supporters across the US and globally in Australia, New Zealand and South America.
The county, which sees itself as global “Smart City”, is still blocking efforts to have the Arizona voting system and voting data forensically audited after previously agreeing to do so. Republican state senator Paul Boyer has also been censured for sabotaging a state Senate vote to hold the county in contempt. He is also facing recall action.
Recall is a serious matter as it is a constitutional tool to remove an officeholder for constitutional violations and other abuses of office. Those recalled and removed from office cannot run for office again. California Democrat Governor Gavin Newsom is currently facing recall action.
The couple, Steve Robinson and Shelby Busch, have been fighting election corruption in Arizona since the state’s 2018 elections, but their complaints to Maricopa County have been repeatedly sidelined by slick, corporate political gaming.
But Busch and Robinson’s persistence became widely known and they were invited to work with Trump attorney and New York mayor Rudi Giuliani, during his recent series of hearings and investigations into election fraud allegations across the US.
The municipal supervisors (five Republicans and a Democrat) and their bureaucracy, who administer the city of Phoenix, are running their own superficial audit of the state’s Dominion voting machines in defiance of the state Senate, that has called for a full forensic audit of the entire election, including machines and votes.
The supervisors and county election officials recently ran a slick, corporate-style media launch of their so-called audit, featuring county chairman Jack Sellers, who assured the media the two audit companies would answer all questions. Sellers is a McConnell-style Republican in all the politically correct globalist entities such as the Greater Phoenix Economic Council and its International Leadership Council, the Arizona-Mexico Commission, Arizona Sister Cities and Smart Region initiatives.
But election department spokeswoman Erika Flores, despite her glamourous looks and haute couture mask, was unconvincing while explaining what the audit would achieve – her voice jumped dramatically when mentioning the audit would check to see if voting machines were connected to the internet. Apparently, they weren’t, but Dominion operators, as part of their contract, had a live internet router in a room next to the voting hall.
Two sheets of internet traffic data in circulation on the internet show at least two Arizona election precinct sites, Pima County and Cochise County, were accessed by computers working through IP addresses in China on and around November 3rd, 2020. Online activist Lyle Rapacki of Prescott eNews says there is undeniably prima facie evidence indicating election irregularities in Arizona.
Sellers and his Board of Supervisors were to be held in contempt and face arrest for ignoring the Senate judiciary committee’s subpoenas to hand over the voting machines and ballots, but the vote was derailed at the last minute, without warning, by Senator Boyer, who later made the ludicrous claims that his colleagues were not acting in good faith and the county needed to be given more time. Boyer has since gone on national media, painting himself and his family the victims of angry Trump voters.
Senator Sonny Borelli says the state legislature has legal standing to inspect the ballots without having to go through a court. But Sellers and the county legal team have been throwing up every possible legal argument against that, including protecting the alleged absolute privacy of voters.
The county election department’s handling of the November 3rd presidential election has raised deep concerns among Arizonans. Initial investigations have shown there were more than 200,000 “digitally adjudicated” votes i.e. votes that were partly or fully unreadable and were scanned through Dominion machines that have been demonstrated in public to be capable of changing votes with simple operator instructions. Election investigators elsewhere have discovered ballots printed in large numbers with resolution and line faults, which automatically qualifies them for adjudication and recount – and potential switching by rogue operators.
Senator Borelli said the county was illegally holding voting records without the signature of the county treasurer, as required by law, and is acting outside of its authority by not releasing the voting data. The county has been run by four Republicans and one Democrat supervisor in every elected board since at least 2000. The county is the fourth largest by population in the US.
Sellers and his supervisors and the county bureaucrats are apparently so caught up in their “global city” mentality that they literally treat the Arizona legislature with its House and Senate, with contempt, which led the Senate to subpoena the county, accusing them of that very offence.
Senator Boyer’s sabotage of the contempt subpoena has enraged constituents, prompting texted and social media threats to his family. Borelli called on people to back off and leave Boyer’s family out of it. Meantime the municipality and its legal team again went running to the local court to file a restraining order against the Senate, despite the Senate having jurisdiction over the county.
Turncoat Republicans like Boyer are usually the “Never Trumpers” or RINOs (Republicans in name only). Seven of them in the US Senate recently voted to impeach citizen Donald J. Trump and their chief Mitch McConnell, although not voting to impeach, announced that Trump should be criminally charged with responsibility for the January 6th attack on the Capitol, otherwise known as “The Insurrection”, which it wasn’t.
The late Arizona Senator John McCain, who served 31 years in the US House and Senate and ran for president against Barry Sotero (aka Obama) in 2008, was a prime example of the deep state Republican, and his legacy apparently lives on. Could Boyer be expecting favours from people in high places?