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Mob urges Arizona Attorney General to take action regarding alleged fraud in 2020 election

A crowd of more than 100 people gathered outside Arizona Attorney General Mark Branovich’s office in Phoenix on December 17 to demand prosecution of any criminal activity linked to the 2020 election in Maricopa County.

A trove of police motions kept people off the stairs in front of the attorney general’s office building, except for event organizers and speakers.

Not only did those gathered called for fair and honest elections, but Branovich also launched a criminal trial for alleged wrongdoing stemming from the 2020 election in Maricopa County, Arizona’s most populous county with more than 2.5 million registered voters. Did.

Arizona State Representative Mark Finchem (R) said there was “at least likely cause if not clear and convincing evidence that there were significant discrepancies in our election.”

Finchem said that if the election has “people at the bottom of the food chain” who are engaging in criminal activity, officials could “try to move them up the food chain.”

“I will tell you that there are many signs around this that tell me we are looking at a racketeering case,” said Finchem, a retired criminal investigator.

“There’s a lot of evidence that suggests both incompetence and criminality, sloppy process and intentionally bad process. What this guy (Branovich) and his staff are doing – I’m pretty sure they’re working towards developing and developing high food chain actors.” Carefully studying the evidence to develop.”

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Arizona lawmakers were told during a hearing of discrepancies uncovered during a forensic audit of the 2020 election held in the state’s most populous county on September 24.

A woman carries a flag and crucifix at an election integrity rally outside the office building of Arizona Attorney General Mark Branovich on December 17, 2021. (Alan Stein/The Epoch Times)

That same day, Arizona Senate President Karen Fan (R) sent a letter to Branovich recommending further investigation of the audit’s findings. In the letter, he raised concerns over signature verification on mail-in ballots, accuracy of electoral rolls, security of the electoral system and record keeping of evidence related to elections.

Branovich issued a statement the same day promising to “take all necessary action that is supported by evidence and where I have a legal right.”

“Arizonians deserve to accurately count and defend their votes,” he said.

Branovich’s office did not respond to a request for comment regarding Friday’s rally.

The audit involved more than 1,500 people and a total of over 100,000 hours.

Other speakers at Friday’s rally included Arizona State Sen. Kelly Townsend (R), Arizona Republican gubernatorial candidate Kari Lake, Arizona Republican nominee for US Congress Jaron Davison, Jeff Zink and Jim Laman, Arizona Republican co-counsel Alexander Kolodin. . ,

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Alan Stein is an Epoch Times reporter covering the state of Arizona.


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