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As Explosive Fraud Claims are Heard in Arizona, Republican Gov. Doug Ducey Certifies Dubious Election Results

This is a deliberate slap in the face of the whistleblowers.

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Throughout the day, hearings are being held by members of the Arizona state legislature in which explosive accusations of fraud are finally being revealed to the public at a time in which the fake news media refuses to cover them.

Right-wing pundit Michelle Malkin has summarized some of the most jaw-dropping allegations made during the hearing:

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In a slap to the face of all the brave whistleblowers who have emerged to expose the fraud, Ducey announced he would be certifying the dubious vote while the hearing took place.

“The votes have been tabulated, all 15 counties have certified their results. In addition to certification, the senator-elect Mark Kelly winning the general election, I will be signing official documentation today to be hand-delivered to the secretary of the United States Senate so that America’s newest senator can be sworn into office as swiftly as possible,” Ducey announced.

The video of Ducey’s shameful capitulation to Democrat vote riggers can be seen here:

Ducey even made a post on his Twitter account celebrating “the success of our election system,” which may be a tacit admission that he has been in on the steal all along:

Big League Politics has reported about lawsuits that are active in Arizona disputing the vote-counting process in Maricopa County:

The Trump campaign, together with the RNC, filed a lawsuit Saturday evening which alleges that officials in Maricopa County, Arizona, incorrectly rejected numerous in-person votes.

The lawsuit claims that some voters using electronic machines were warned of a “facial irregularity” or “overvote” in their ballot, but that poll workers told them to “override the tabulator’s rejection of the ballot in the good faith belief that their vote would be duly registered and tabulated.”

However, “overriding the electronic tabulator’s alert automatically disqualifies the putative ‘overvotes’ without without additional review or adjudication,” the lawsuit stated.

The lawsuit continued: “While this safeguard was afforded to putative overvotes cast on early ballots and on Election Day ballots that poll workers properly segregated in a separate repository, potentially thousands of voters across Maricopa County have been disenfranchised by systematic improper tabulator overrides. Upon information and belief, the adjudication and tabulation of these ballots will prove determinative of the outcome of the election for President of the United States in Arizona and/or other contested offices in Maricopa County.”

Ducey, like Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp, has shown where he stands under the pressure. He has joined the color revolution coup against President Donald Trump and revealed himself as a modern-day Benedict Arnold at war with the U.S. Republic.

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TEXIT: Texas House Member Introduces Bill That Would Allow Voters to Approve Secession

National break-up?

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Texas state representative Kyle Biedermann (R-Fredericksburg) has introduced legislation that would put the question of secession to the people.

The legislation, House Bill 1359, would put a nonbinding referendum to Texas voters with the following question: “Should the legislature of the State of Texas submit a plan for leaving the United States of America and establishing an independent republic?”

To bolster his idea for secession, Biedermann is claiming that there are “indications that the Republic of Texas would not just survive, but thrive as an independent nation.”

“Voters of all political persuasions in Texas can agree on one thing, Washington D.C. is and has been broken,” Biedermann said in a press release. 

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“Our federal government continuously fails our working families, seniors, taxpayers, veterans and small business owners. For decades, the promises of America and our individual liberties have been eroding,” he continued.

“It is now time that the people of Texas are allowed the right to decide their own future. This is not a left or right political issue. Let Texans Vote!” Biedermann exclaimed.

Biedermann is acknowledging the grim situation that the country is in after President Trump failed to stop election fraud that ultimately resulted in President-imposed Joe Biden seizing the country. He was one of the many peaceful protesters who rallied for Trump on Jan. 6.

“The republic as we know it is dead. We all hoped that Trump would pull a rabbit out of his hat. We know the election was stolen,” he said during a virtual town hall last week with the Texas Nationalist Movement.

Biedermann’s efforts are beginning to spread to other states whose leaders are beginning to doubt the legitimacy of the federal government. Wyoming Republican Party chairman Frank Eathorne has spoken in positive terms of Biedermann’s nascent secession movement in Texas.

“We need to focus on the fundamentals. We are straight talking, focused on the global scene, but we’re also focused at home. Many of these Western states have the ability to be self-reliant, and we’re keeping eyes on Texas too, and their consideration of possible secession. They have a different state constitution than we do as far as wording, but it’s something we’re all paying attention to,” Eathorne said.

With biblical levels of corruption coming from the federal swamp in Washington D.C., more states are beginning to see a national break-up as a potential solution. The Founding Fathers would likely be jubilant at these developments.

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