Rodgers also wrote a petition to decertify the results of Arizona's election, which now has over 100,000 signatures.
Roger's petition to decertify the Arizona election already reached over 100,000 signatures or over 10 percent of its goal of one million to show the support of Arizona citizens for the decertification. She has been at the forefront of the efforts to secure election integrity in the state.
She called for the arrest of Maricopa County officials who refused to comply with lawful subpoenas from the senate that required the election routers to be turned over to auditors.
Rogers claims that upon doing a door-to-door canvass of Maricopa County, there had been lost votes and ghost votes -- that is, there had been votes from nonexistent people, at the same time, there have been votes from actual people that have not been counted.
The state senator is now raising funds off the canvass report and sending out a request for donations within hours of the report's release.
Another topic for Adams and Rogers includes President Joe Biden's tyrannical move regarding the vaccination mandates. Republican members of the congress and state governors were appalled by the news of the president forcing employers with over 100 workers to require COVID-19 vaccinations or test their employees weekly, saying that this move is unconstitutional.
The mandate will affect as many as 100 million Americans in various jobs, including healthcare. What's more, it directly impacts the private sector. Representative Neal Dunn of Florida said on his Twitter account that mandates are not the answer and that getting a vaccine should be up to a person and his or her physician, not the federal government.
However, Rogers believes that Biden's overreaching, draconian edict and tyrannical move is simply a distraction to keep people away from talking about the election audit results, which should come out soon.
Biden won in the state of Arizona by only 10,000 votes, which means that if the audit shows a significantly high number of discrepancies in the votes, it can spur more calls for the decertification of the poll votes.
Rogers is calling for other states to file for decertification, as well, saying that there is a need to decertify the election results, and then take it one step at a time to find a constitutional solution. (Related: Arizona Rep. Mark Finchem exposes the National Association of Secretaries of State for plotting to halt forensic audits.)
Other states may also be launching their own forensic audits, such as Michigan, while Georgia has a court case situation due to discrepancies of Fulton County's ballots, around 20,000 or 30,000 of which may be invalid. Wisconsin is pursuing its own audits as well.
During their conversation, Adams also brings up the disinterest of individuals regarding the elections -- that is, without the election rigging scam of 2020, there never would have been an awakening regarding election integrity at a local level.
State legislators have the plenary power to oversee the U.S. presidential election per the Constitution, and it seems that the Democrats are trying to change that as a way to erode the lead of Republicans in red states. Rogers calls this pre-cheating -- or cheating before the elections even began, by painting rhetoric that red states are turning purple.
Rogers also says that 2020 is the amalgamation of years of complacency and ineptitude of the government.
Listen to Mike Adams's conversation with Wendy Rogers on the Health Ranger Report, which airs Monday to Friday at 3:00 PM.
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