Mitch McConnell does not speak for the Republican Party

“Mitch McConnell does not speak for the Republican Party, and does not represent the views of the vast majority of its voters. He did nothing to fight for his constituents and stop the most fraudulent election in American history. And he does nothing to stop the lawless Biden Administration, the invasion of our Borders, rising Inflation, Unconstitutional mandates, the persecution of political opponents, fact finding on the incompetent Afghanistan withdrawal, the giving away our energy independence, etc., which is all because of the fraudulent election. Instead, he bails out the Radical Left and the RINOs.
If Mitch would have fought for the election, like the Democrats would have if in the same position, we would not be discussing any of the above today, and our Country would be STRONG and PROUD instead of weak and embarrassed.”

By Donald J. Trump

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Linda L

He is weak or he is not on our side. Better off without him.

Linda

seems to have already been bought…by china interests,

VickiB

It really disgusts me to see RHINO McConnell appear on news casts trying to sound like a true America First Patriot, and only doing the usual pathetic attempts to fool us with his double speak. He should be removed!!

Traci

Mitchy Pooh seems so unsure of himself since President DJT left office. Chicken-like. Time for him, Pelosi,and Chuckie to file their retirement papers. They can go do what other retirees do: babysit their grandkids, host garden parties, etc. Give all of them a rocking chair and some Geritol and wave bye bye.

My Man Trump

McConnell is a huge embarrassment to the Republican party. Firstly, he is a major rino. Secondly, he does nothing to help or enrich our party. The old crow seems to work for FJB, himself, his wife and all the rinos out there. He does nothing for his party, our real President, his constituents or the country. President Trump, he must not be re- elected.

Carmine gazerro

he’s going to bark at you Mr President. Let’s stroke him as we say it’s time for new leadership for a new direction of smash mouth. The only way 2 tear justice system changes is when Republicans investigate and harass Democrats as they do You sir

Stuart

Mitch “Old Crow” McConnell is a TRAITOR!
He should RESIGN IMMEDIATELY!
He Does Not Represent ANYTHING but Himself and his Wallet!
FJB! McConnell, the Commie-Libs and Rinos!
MAGA!

Rosanne. Choate

Absolutely right!!

Stuart

Thank You Rosanne!

Dan

Stop it already seriously do you ever stop lying?

Stuart

Danny Boy, Quit Smoking crack with Hunter Biden!
A mind is a terrible thing to waste.

Nicola Spagnolo Jr.

McConnell is a nasty backstabbing RINO. He is in the CCP’s pocket. This has been needs to be voted out the next time he is up for re-election.
VOTE OUT ALL DEMOCRATS AND RINOS.

Dan

Yup –He’s a turncoat dirt bag POS.

Marijo Makufka

Eventually even the sleeping American people will come to know the truth about Mitch McConnell, the other RINOs, and the demon-crat party.
We await the return of the GREATEST PRESIDENT EVER, Donald J. Trump, and the return of the GREATEST 1ST FAMILY EVER!

Stuart

Amen!

Traci

The only one sleeping is Sleepy Joe..lol.😆

Mark Rakow

Don’t hold your breath. Trump won’t be back – not now, not soon, and not ever.

Johnny Appleseed
griffthegrand

Great info! I wonder how many around here besides the trolls who haven’t seen much of this information.

I take it you’ve never watched any of the videos or checked out the election results posted on Lindell TV?

The Absolute series this has links to each video
https://frankspeech.com/content/mike-lindells-absolute-series

This link also has the Absolute series link, and at the top the State by State results broken down into counties.

https://thebiglie.frankspeech.com/

Johnny Appleseed

The Hammer and Scorecard.

JMF

RINOs must go! What also must go is democrat’s ability to do whatever they want; legal or not. All we do is debate for years on end about the crimes the democrat commit right in front of us? Take the “Mask Mandates” for example. Speedy convictions are as important as a speedy trail (hint, hint January 6).

Joseph Sarkozi

Mitch is as stale as expired milk….he’s seriously on his way out….

Teru

Mitch is a has been. He needs to go. And no, he does not speak for the R party. Thank you for speaking up, President Trump!!

griffthegrand

The Senate is FULL of CHINA Joe’s and mitch has been a leader of the UNI-party pac through his wife chao for decades.

Another globalist that got through the FIREWALL last time around!

Let’s not let this happen the NEXT time around!

Save Our United States

McConnell the RINO needed to go a long time ago. He needs to be replaced by a patriot, not another RINO (aka John Cornyn)

LoneStarWolverine

What is wrong with KY? McConnell re-elected in 2020? And a Demoncrat Governor?

Rosanne. Choate

Sounds like the massive fraud had far reaching tentacles when he slithered in.

Elizabeth Curtiss

Mconnell is a bought by China RINO. No one should be elected that has investment with China. Mcconell’s wife does so you have a conflict of interest. 90% of politicians are corrupt and are only in it to get rich by selling their power to China.

MARY LOU CUTTER

NO HE DOESN’T!!!!!!

Prize

What was Mitch to do? You can’t stop a free and fair election. trump lost. Mitch won. trump really needs to get over it.

TOMMY

The mighty Booby Prize has spoken and as usual, the BULLSHIT is Deep!

THosk

And a Big “HELLO” to our resident Troll.

Dan

He’s nothing more than a VP—-Volcano Plug.

JudasEsacarrot

I am quite enjoying the circular firing squad!

Stuart

FJB! and “The Prize”!

Michael Jenson

Yes it’s true we thought he left it in Kentucky; but the truth is his HEART belongs CHINA…..

Daniel

Primary Mitch and Lindsay. They gotta go,

griffthegrand

I’ll refer you to my response below regarding current terms.

https://thedeskofdonaldtrump.com/mitch-mcconnell-does-not-speak-for-the-republican-party/#comment-25012

If you don’t want to follow the link just scroll down to the 1st comment of this thread.

THosk

Prediction: TRUMP wins in 2024, Mitch McConnell Retires Jan 2025.

griffthegrand

Hopefully cause his term runs through 2027.

THosk

Hell, the Old Crow could die of natural causes before then.

griffthegrand

We don’t want to wish that upon anyone, but if it happens I won’t dance on his grave like the demoncrats do when ever a Conservative dies like Rush Limbaugh. I don’t do it if a demoncrat dies.

But oh those so CIVIL demoncrats revel in it all over their so called CIVIL social media platforms.

They don’t have a civil bone in their bodies, and anyone thinking they do needs to take their rose colored glasses off.

Don’t get me wrong as I know there are still decent democrats out there, but they need to take their rose colored glasses off and see whats happened to their party.

The RINO’s are struggling to keep power from the working class people who’ve been drifting over to the GOP for many many decades and are finally gaining the power within the platform as it allows control from the bottom up within the precincts, and even the whiny arse demoncrats can’t handle the idea it’s being taken over from the go along to get along UNIparty RINO’s that have been helping them advance their marxist agenda for decades now.

THosk

It’s really all about dark money, more than it is about all this surface stuff anyway.

Not much we can do about that at the moment.

And I didn’t wish death on anyone, I just commented that it was possible due to his age. Mitch has a right to live as long as he can.

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griffthegrand

Sorry wasn’t implying that you did, because you didn’t any even stated “natural causes”. I was speaking in 1st tense, because as I said “but if it happens” I certainly won’t lose any sleep over it, but won’t celebrate.

You can bet the demoncrats will even though he helped further their agenda, and maybe in more ways than they understand.

Yes Dark Money Globalist Elites, it’s all tied together.

THosk

No worries, mate. I really didn’t think you were implying that, I just wanted to be clear.

Yes, there are moderate democrats out there still, (and they see what is happening to their party), but they have been hijacked by the progressive liberal movement, and all the dark money that fuels it.

So, even if democrats lose in 2022 and Trump wins in 2024. There are still going to be problems in this country. So, it’s going to be a long fight, with many pitfalls. But I think we Americans are up for it.

Mark Rakow

But then, so could Trump.

THosk

Biden and McConnell are older and more haggard than the vivacious Trump. He can keep going tell he’s 95. (Like his father)

Gerald Warner

neither does graham

Daniel Bacon

Old crusty Mitch needs to go

Mags

Yes, we see this. And he’s just C R E E P Y….

Lance

AGREED!

Mark Rakow

It’s not Mitch McConnell’s fault that Trump is not president. It’s Trump’s own fault. He’s incompetent, dishonest, and wholly corrupt, and the majority of the electorate in a majority of States understood that. The overall electoral vote reflected this, as the Constitution specifies, and as it been for over 200 years.

Trump and his supporters claim there was widespread voter fraud. But they did not produce, and since have not produced, any independently corroborated evidence of any such fraud. Not in any State, not in any way, shape, or form. Therefore, from a purely legal perspective, those claims are invalid, and any legal challenges related to such claims in every State are null and void.

The Trump campaign filed 64 legal challenges; all but one were lost, most due to lack of valid evidence, lack of legal standing, or substantive violations of due process. Any potential validity of such a case is rendered irrelevant; no Court can, in good conscience, issue an affirmative ruling when there is no admissible evidence to support such a ruling, when due process is not observed, nor when a petitioner lacks legal jurisdictional authority to file suit. The one case which was won, in Pennsylvania, was later overturned by the Pennsylvania Supreme Court on the latter issue. Like it or not, that’s how American jurisprudence operates.

What’s more, many cases were voluntarily withdrawn by the petitioner because it was discovered there was no evidence whatsoever to present. Just as in the circumstances described above, when a case is withdrawn, the Court has no choice but to dismiss it without prejudice.

Trump lost. Period.
You don’t like it? Get over it.

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MARY LOU CUTTER

Booooooooo!!!!! BEST PRESIDENT EVER!!!!!

Stuart

President TRUMP = BEST EVER President!

MARY LOU CUTTER

OMG!!!! “Trump is not president. It’s Trump’s own fault. He’s incompetent, dishonest, and wholly corrupt, and the majority of the electorate in a majority of States understood that”!!!!
AND YOU THINK PEELOOSI IS NOT CORRUPT???? .

Mark Rakow

Nancy Pelosi is not the issue here.

THosk

Who is the issue here leftist? Biden? Kamala? Your Mom? There’s got to be someone who is at fault for our country skyrocketing to Shit in the last year. (Sniff Sniff, smells like the democrats)

Last edited 3 months ago by THosk
Mark Rakow

We were talking about Trump, chump. Try to keep up.

THosk

Wasted your time posting all that lol.

Covid is no longer a pandemic, but TDS is obviously still at an epidemic level on the left.

Trump will soon be your President again, it’s you that should get over it.

Last edited 3 months ago by THosk
Mark Rakow

Trump is not going to be President again, neither soon nor otherwise.

Which begs the question: why should I get over something that hasn’t happened, and isn’t going to happen?

THosk

Its within your rights as an American to dream BIG. But I am quite certain your leftist liberal dreams will be quashed. (Have a nice day leftist)

Mark Rakow

Every day that Trump is not in the White House is a nice day.

My Man Trump

It’s going to happen so wrap your brain around it. It will happen soon. And do not rant on about the constitution. There is nothing there about stolen elections. We will finally get this country back on track and prosperous as soon as the FJB bullshit is wiped out.

THosk

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Last edited 3 months ago by THosk
Mark Rakow

You’re right; there’s nothing in the Constitution about stolen elections. But there’s also nothing there about reinstating a former president.

Therefore, it can’t happen.

griffthegrand

State of Arizona
House of Representatives
Fifty-fifth Legislature
Second Regular Session
2022
HCR 2033
Introduced by
Representatives Finchem: Barton, Biasiucci, Burges, Carter, Chaplik, Diaz,
Fillmore, Martinez, Nguyen, Parker, Senators Borrelli, Rogers, Townsend
A CONCURRENT RESOLUTION
DECERTIFYING AND SETTING ASIDE THE 2020 ARIZONA ELECTORS

1 Whereas, a declaration of the results of statewide electoral
2 contests in the 2020 general election is in dispute with probable cause to
3 believe that multiple discrepancies exist, both criminal and noncriminal
4 in nature, and that so many questionable ballots were commingled with
5 legitimate ballots across the State of Arizona that significant voter
6 disenfranchisement has occurred, making the election irredeemably
7 compromised; and
8 Whereas, the Constitution of the United States provides for
9 enumerated powers of the federal government; moreover, the Tenth Amendment
10 specifies such enumerated powers as negative rights of the federal
11 government, while protecting vast unenumerated powers for the state
12 governments, stating, “The powers not delegated to the United States by
13 the Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the States, are reserved to the
14 States respectively, or to the people”; and
15 Whereas, Article I, Section 4, Clause 1 of the United States
16 Constitution empowers state legislatures, including the Legislature of the
17 State of Arizona, to prescribe the Times, Places, and Manner” of
18 conducting elections; and
19 Whereas, the definition of “manner” is at the sole discretion of the
20 Legislature; and
21 Whereas, Article II, Section 1, Clause 2 of the United States
22 Constitution empowers state Legislatures, including the Legislature of the
23 State of Arizona, to direct the manner of appointing electors for
24 President and Vice President of the United States; and
25 Whereas, Article IV, Section 4 of the United States Constitution,
26 known as the “Guarantee Clause,” guarantees each state a republican form
27 of government, the foundation of which is self-governance through free and
28 fair elections accurately reflecting the will of the people; and
29 Whereas, the fifteen counties within the State of Arizona conducted
30 an election on November 3, 2020 for federal offices, including selecting
31 electors for President and Vice President of the United States; and
32 Whereas, the Legislature of the State of Arizona has exercised its
33 authority to establish election administration procedures for the state
34 under Arizona Revised Statutes (A.R.S.) title 16, commonly known as the
35 Arizona Election Code; and
36 Whereas, title 3, section 2 of the United States Code further
37 empowers state legislatures to appoint electors if the election failed to
38 produce a clear winner of an election due to tampering; and
39 Whereas, the A.R.S. section 16-121.01, subsection B, paragraph 2
40 specifies conditions to be a qualified elector and disqualifying factors
41 from being such, including “That the registrant has not resided in this
42 state for twenty-nine days next preceding the election or other event for
43 which the registrant’s status as properly registered is in question”; and
44 Whereas, the Arizona Election Code requires that all persons voting
45 in an election must be registered to vote twenty-nine days before an
46 election by law, and voter registration was extended by the federal

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HCR 2033 Page 2

1 judiciary to October 23 in direct conflict with A.R.S. section 16-101,
2 subsection A, paragraph 3, a violation of the separation of powers; and
3 Whereas, the Arizona Election Code requires election officials at
4 polling places and points where ballots are received via United States
5 Postal Service to authenticate the signatures of in-person voters; and
6 Whereas, pattern analysis of early voting ballot return envelopes
7 revealed that of 34,448 such ballot return envelope images there were
8 2-copy, 3-copy and 4-copy duplicates originating from 17,126 unique voters
9 while no duplicates were reported in Maricopa County’s canvass report; and
10 Whereas, Maricopa County reported 1,455 ballot envelopes having no
11 signatures, yet they were counted contrary to A.R.S. section 16-547,
12 subsection A, which requires the following: “I declare the following under
13 penalty of perjury: I am a registered voter in [fill in the county name]
14 county Arizona, I have not voted and will not vote in this election in any
15 other county or state, I understand that knowingly voting more than once
16 in any election is a class 5 felony and I voted the enclosed ballot and
17 signed this affidavit personally unless noted below”; and
18 Whereas, the requisite audit agent signatures for sixteen Maricopa
19 County early voting ballot transport statements are missing, thus breaking
20 the requisite chain of custody; and
21 Whereas, the count of ballots contained in a transfer box for
22 nineteen Maricopa County early voting ballot transport statements are
23 missing, thus breaking the requisite chain of custody; and
24 Whereas, the requisite chain of custody for twelve Maricopa County
25 early voting ballot transport statements was broken by missing one sealed
26 signature; and
27 Whereas, the requisite chain of custody for fifteen Maricopa County
28 early voting ballot transport statements was broken by missing one
29 received signature; and
30 Whereas, the requisite chain of custody for fifteen Maricopa County
31 early voting ballot transport statements was broken by missing two sealed
32 signatures; and
33 Whereas, election day poll workers and observers testified to
34 observing discrepancies in ballot handling, that ballot chain of custody
35 was breached in case after case, that poll watchers and observers were not
36 allowed to be on site or close enough to observe whether poll workers were
37 following proper identification processes, that poll workers were made to
38 stay seated or in a particular area far away from where voting activity
39 was occurring, that poll workers were reprimanded for asking questions and
40 that poll workers observed bias in voting; and
41 Whereas, some voters were made to vote a provisional ballot while
42 others were instructed to simply retrieve proof of residence, showing
43 improper and biased voting center activity when, in certain circumstances,
44 workers were instructed to call the Elections Department for voter
45 authorization as opposed to following standardized protocols applicable to
46 all voters; and

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HCR 2033 Page 3

1 Whereas, testimony was given describing the following observations:
2 trays of mail-in ballots were brought into tabulating rooms to be properly
3 and independently checked and counted by processing teams of two different
4 parties whose envelopes had already been pre-opened in the “mailroom”;
5 batches and trays of ballots by the thousands in one 4-5 hour shift were
6 carried to rooms and offsite where they were not overseen; workers in the
7 ballot processing room were allowed to retain their personal purses and
8 backpacks and were observed rummaging through them, presenting opportunity
9 for ballot tampering; ballots were moved to rooms where there were no
10 independent ballot watchers; signatures on absentee ballots did not match
11 and thousands more in a 4-5 hour period were not verified before being
12 counted or “run through” electronic signature adjudication, which alone
13 could comprise hundreds of thousands of ballots in Maricopa County, in
14 which 1.875 million out of 2 million were cast by mail; there was
15 inadequate and improper oversight in which only one independent ballot
16 observer from two different parties was assigned to observe the ballot
17 processing activities of 90 tables at one time and from a distance; and
18 Whereas, election observers witnessed the following: computers and
19 laptops with internet connection capability in the tabulation centers;
20 over-votes for candidate Trump were not counted even when voter intent was
21 clear; some ballots were changed from candidate Trump to candidate Biden
22 but observers were never provided answers regarding how or when they were
23 to be rectified; 30 of the same signature on 30 different ballots but the
24 Attorney General’s Election Fraud Unit was not notified; and
25 Whereas, an election volunteer testified to observing 100,000 votes
26 per day in the adjudication room over three days being improperly
27 processed and a Dominion employee making a copy of an entire voter file
28 and taking it off the METEC with him, thus breaking the requisite chain of
29 custody; and
30 Whereas, evidence was presented that individuals were permitted to
31 vote in violation of A.R.S. section 16-122, which states, “No person shall
32 be permitted to vote unless such person’s name appears as a qualified
33 elector in both the general county register and in the precinct register
34 or list of the precinct and election districts or proposed election
35 districts in which such person resides, except as provided in sections
36 16-125, 16-135 and 16-584″; and
37 Whereas, the Arizona Election Code authorizes poll watchers,
38 selected by candidates and political parties, to observe the process of
39 canvassing absentee and mail-in ballots in certain counties in the state,
40 but the watchers were not allowed to meaningfully observe the
41 precanvassing and canvassing activities relating to absentee and mail-in
42 ballots; and
43 Whereas, the Arizona Election Code is silent on contested elections
44 in which proof of fraud sufficient to alter the outcome of an election is
45 predicted and testimony detailing the fraud is taken; and

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HCR 2033 Page 4

1 Whereas, on November 30, 2020, members of the Legislature of the
2 State of Arizona sitting as an ad hoc public fact-finding hearing on
3 election integrity (“the Panel”) heard testimony and received evidence
4 that through extraordinary means the vote count in some counties was
5 electronically altered to award enough votes to a candidate that did not
6 actually receive said number of votes in such a volume so as to alter the
7 outcome of the election; and
8 Whereas, it is well settled civil rights law under the Equal
9 Protection Clause of the United States Constitution that to protect
10 individual franchise of sovereignty commonly known as suffrage, the legal
11 doctrine of “one person, one vote” shall apply to all elections; and
12 Whereas, the Arizona Legislature has the duty to ensure that no
13 citizen of this State is disenfranchised, to insist that all elections be
14 conducted according to the law and to satisfy the general public that
15 every legal vote is counted accurately; and
16 Whereas, mathematical modeling evidence was presented to the Panel
17 to explain how the slope of tabulation for the presidential candidates
18 could only be explained by a vote count of 130% of one party’s registered
19 voters, revealing the violation of “one person, one vote”; and
20 Whereas, on November 30, 2020, the Panel was shown evidence that,
21 while tabulation of votes using vote tabulation equipment was intended,
22 through extraordinary means fractional vote calculation occurred, awarding
23 more than one vote to one candidate and less than one vote to another; and
24 Whereas, evidence related to the matching of signature records made
25 by voters predating the election to those found on paper ballot envelopes
26 was provided; and
27 Whereas, evidence was received by the Panel that votes for candidate
28 Trump were intermittently, and in some cases immediately, assigned to
29 candidate Biden, and votes for candidate Trump were not tabulated; and
30 Whereas, the Arizona Senate Forensic Audit revealed key
31 cybersecurity failures of the system necessary for electronic tabulation
32 of votes, including the failure to perform basic operating system patch
33 management and the failure to update antivirus definitions, despite the
34 claim that the system was not configured to access the internet nor
35 capable of accessing the internet, which represents a significant security
36 risk as reported by the Senate’s qualified cyber forensics analysis
37 provider; and
38 Whereas, Election Assistance Commission (EAC) Certification Defense
39 is not valid in view of the evidence the 4 “.exe” files were created after
40 Dominion software install, that 45 “.dll” files were modified after the
41 Dominion software install, that 377 “.dll” files were created after the
42 Dominion software install, that 1053 “.dll” files were modified after the
43 Dominion software install and that there was a failure to preserve
44 security logs as reported by the Senate’s qualified cyber forensics
45 analysis provider; and

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HCR 2033 Page 5

1 Whereas, 865 directories and 85,673 election-related files (scanned
2 ballots, .dvd files, slog.txt files, etc.) were deleted between October
3 28, 2020 and November 5, 2020, 9,571 directories and 1,064,746
4 election-related files were deleted between November 1, 2020 and March 16,
5 2021, 304 directories and 59,387 files containing election data were
6 deleted from the HiPro scanner 1 on March 3, 2021, 1,016 directories and
7 196,463 files containing election data were deleted from the HiPro scanner
8 3 on March 3, 2021, and 981 directories and 191,295 files containing
9 election data were deleted from the HiPro scanner 4 on March 3, 2021 as
10 reported by the Senate’s qualified cyber forensics analysis provider, all
11 showing an illegal destruction of election records under 52 United States
12 Code section 20701; and
13 Whereas, there is clear evidence of intentional remote overwriting
14 of the security logs by the Elections Management System Administrator
15 (EMSADMIN) Account where on February 11, 2021, 462 log entries were
16 overwritten, on March 3, 2021, 37,686 log entries were overwritten and on
17 April 12, 2021, 330 log entries were overwritten as reported by the
18 Senate’s qualified cyber forensics analysis provider, all in direct
19 violation of 52 United States Code section 20701; and
20 Whereas, Maricopa County Supervisors admitted on the Congressional
21 Record that general election results were purged from the Election
22 Management System (EMS) as evidenced by a February 1, 2021 SQL Log entry
23 that the RTRAdmin Account purged the general election results from the
24 database, with no corresponding Windows Access Log entry, as reported by
25 the Senate’s qualified cyber forensics analysis provider; and
26 Whereas, Maricopa County records reveal a failure to maintain chain
27 of custody and properly document ballot retrieval and transport, which
28 makes it impossible to verify the origin of the ballots counted in the
29 election under scrutiny; and
30 Whereas, Arizona statutes set out specific requirements for secure
31 ballot retrieval and chain of custody procedures of the transfer of voted
32 ballots from drop boxes and vote centers; and
33 Whereas, Maricopa County officials violated Arizona statutes and do
34 not have the required chain of custody for at least 740,000 ballots; and
35 Whereas, the United States EAC advocates for thorough, detailed
36 chain of custody as a standard of care, stating, “keeping a proper chain
37 of custody is more than best practice…chain of custody documents provide
38 evidence that can be used to authenticate election results, corroborate
39 post-election tabulation audits, and demonstrate that election outcomes
40 can be trusted; and
41 Whereas, the Arizona Legislature understood the need for ballot
42 chain of custody and included that requirement in A.R.S. title 16;
43 moreover, the Secretary of State, Governor and Attorney General agreed on
44 the requirements for voted ballots deposited in Early Voting locations in
45 the 2019 Elections Procedure Manual (EPM); and

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HCR 2033 Page 6

1 Whereas, Maricopa County reported that 923,000 early voter ballots
2 were accepted at vote centers or drop box locations and that the county
3 lacks chain of custody documents for at least 740,000 of those early voter
4 ballots; and
5 Whereas, of the 1,895 Early Voting Ballot Transport Statements
6 (EVBTS), eighty percent have defects that violate Arizona statutes; and
7 Whereas, violations of Arizona statutes include documents with no
8 record of the number of ballots retrieved and documents that reveal a
9 failure to assign two couriers for each ballot retrieval; and
10 Whereas, the Maricopa County Recorder, who is responsible for
11 enforcing the chain of custody of all ballots, failed to enforce the
12 counting of ballots and record the number of ballots retrieved from each
13 ballot drop box location. Arizona law was disregarded by the Maricopa
14 County Recorder’s Office, specifically the EPM requirement that when the
15 secure ballot container is opened by the County Recorder or officer in
16 charge of elections or designee, the number of ballots inside the
17 container shall be counted and noted on the retrieval form. These
18 violations of Arizona statutes are so egregious and so widespread that
19 they demand referral to the Arizona Attorney General’s Office under the
20 Arizona Election Code, which states, “An officer of an election who
21 knowingly fails or refuses to perform any duty required of him under this
22 chapter is guilty of a class 2 misdemeanor unless another classification
23 is specifically prescribed”; and
24 Whereas, 1,514 EVBTS forms out of a total of 1,895 forms have no
25 ballot counts and 48 out of 1,895 unique EVBTS forms have either one
26 retriever signature where two are required or have no signatures at all;
27 and
28 Whereas, 23,344 voters voted via mail-in ballot even though they
29 show in the Melissa Commercial Database as having moved and no one with
30 the same last name living at the address of record for the voter; 2,382
31 voters voted in person even though they show in the Melissa Commercial
32 Database as having moved out of Maricopa County; 2,081 voters moved out of
33 state during the 29 days before the election and were given a full ballot
34 instead of a presidential-only ballot; and 255,326 early votes show in the
35 VM55 that do not have a corresponding EV33 entry, in total showing that
36 the margin of error far exceeds the margin of victory by candidate Biden;
37 and
38 Whereas, there is additional evidence of similar crimes of
39 compliance and manipulation of votes in Pima County and of “ballot
40 harvesting” in violation of A.R.S. section 16-1005 in Yuma County; and
41 Whereas, the State of Arizona’s general election results were
42 certified on November 30, 2020 when the Arizona Secretary of State, the
43 Governor of the State and the Attorney General of the State prematurely
44 certified results of the November 3, 2020 election even while a hearing
45 was underway revealing election discrepancies and fraud, herein

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HCR 2033 Page 7

1 enumerated, knowing that such action would deprive one or both candidates
2 due process in the ongoing litigation regarding presidential electors.
3 Therefore
4 Be it resolved by the House of Representatives of the State of Arizona,
5 the Senate concurring:
6 1. That the Members of the Legislature recognize that lawful voters
7 expect that election officials and state legislators will do their duty to
8 ensure that lawful votes of the people as cast are honored and not diluted
9 or debased by acts classified by the Arizona Legislature as criminal acts.
10 2. That, in the words of constitutional expert Alexander Hamilton
11 in Federalist 68, “Nothing was more to be desired than that every
12 practicable obstacle should be opposed to cabal, intrigue, and corruption.
13 These most deadly adversaries of republican government might naturally
14 have been expected to make their approaches from more than one quarter,
15 but chiefly from the desire in foreign powers to gain an improper
16 ascendant in our councils. How could they better gratify this, than by
17 raising a creature of their own to the chief magistracy of the Union? But
18 the convention have guarded against all danger of this sort, with the most
19 provident and judicious attention.”
20 3. That when a state legislature exercises this plenary power to
21 determine the manner in which electors are chosen, that power is governed
22 solely by the federal Constitution, the jurisprudence memorialized in
23 Leser v. Garnett, 258 U.S. 130, 137 (1922) (function of state legislature
24 in carrying out a federal function derived from the United States
25 Constitution “transcends any limitations sought to be imposed by the
26 people of a State”) and that no state constitution, state law or state
27 court can alter or constrain that grant of power.
28 4. That the appointment of these electors is thus placed absolutely
29 and wholly with the legislatures of the several states, that this power is
30 conferred on the legislatures of the states by the Constitution of the
31 United States and cannot be taken from them or modified by their state
32 constitutions; and that whatever provisions may be made by statute, or by
33 the state constitution, to choose electors by the people, there is no
34 doubt of the right of the legislature to resume the power at any time, for
35 it can neither be taken away nor abdicated, the jurisprudence memorialized
36 in McPherson v. Blacker, 146 U.S. 1, 34–35 (1892).
37 5. That the legal doctrine Ex Dolo Malo Non Oritur Actio, a right
38 of action cannot arise out of fraud and that “No court will lend its aid
39 to a man who founds his cause of action upon an immoral or an illegal act.
40 The maxim lies at the foundation of a general rule of public policy, the
41 rule that the courts will not sustain an action which arises out of the
42 moral turpitude of the plaintiff or out of his violation of a general law
43 enacted to carry into effect the public policy of the state or nation.”
44 Marshall v. Lovell, 19 F.2d 751, 755 (8th Cir. Minn. 1927).
45 6. That substantial irregularities and violations of A.R.S. title
46 16 elections law are specifically classified as criminal behaviors.

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HCR 2033 Page 8

1 7. That significant irregularities associated with the illegal
2 practice commonly known as “ballot harvesting,” a class 6 felony criminal
3 offense under Arizona law, affected mail-in balloting, precanvassing and
4 canvassing and occurred during the November 3, 2020 election.
5 8. That there was infringement on the Legislature of the State of
6 Arizona’s authority pursuant to the United States Constitution under
7 legislative plenary power and the “Supremacy Clause” to regulate
8 elections.
9 9. That the selection of presidential electors and other statewide
10 electoral contest results in this State involving federal offices is in
11 dispute.
12 10. That, based on the clear and convincing nature of the evidence
13 cited in this Resolution, there remains an irreconcilable controversy that
14 cannot be resolved with the declaration of a clear winner, and as such is
15 irredeemably compromised.
16 11. That the Office of the President of the United States is in
17 fact the Chief Magistrate of these United States, charged with the duty of
18 care under the Guarantee Clause of the Constitution as such to maintain
19 impartial and fair elections.
20 12. That Article II, Section 1, Clause 2 of the United States
21 Constitution provides, in relevant part, that “Each State shall appoint,
22 in such Manner as the Legislature thereof may direct, a Number of
23 Electors, equal to the whole Number of Senators and Representatives to
24 which the State may be entitled in the Congress.” (Emphasis added.) The
25 Supreme Court has described the constitutional authority of the state
26 legislatures to determine the manner of choosing electors as “plenary.”
27 See McPherson v. Blacker, 146 U.S. 1, 35 (1892); see also Bush v. Gore,
28 531 U.S. 98, 104 (2000).
29 13. That the Supreme Court of the United States has even noted
30 that, “whatever provisions may be made by statute, or by the state
31 constitution, to choose electors by the people, there is no doubt of the
32 right of the legislature to resume the power at any time.” McPherson, 146
33 U.S. at 35 (emphasis added, quoting with approval Sen. R., 1st Sess. 43rd
34 Cong. No. 395); see also Bush v. Gore, 531 U.S. at 104 (“The State, of
35 course, after granting the franchise in the special context of Article II,
36 can take back the power to appoint electors”).
37 14. That the Members of the Legislature hereby notify the President
38 of the United States Senate, the Speaker of the United States House of
39 Representatives and the Members of Congress from the State of Arizona that
40 it is the justifiable position of the Arizona State Legislature that we
41 set aside the results of the Maricopa, Pima and Yuma County elections as
42 irredeemably compromised and reclaim the 2020 Presidential Electors due to
43 the irredeemably flawed nature of these elections that prevent the
44 declaration of a clear winner of said presidential electors.

griffthegrand

Sorry about the order, but I’m sure y’all can figure it out if you really want to read it. Doubtfully Bark, rise, gwenn, pippi longstocking or any of the other marxist’s will want to read the REAL FACTS from the AZ Audit.

This is from Mark Finchem’s website under the Title HCR 2033. https://votefinchem.com/

Johnny Appleseed

Wow… and I thought you were a nice guy… you gots teeth.

Mark Rakow

I read all of this. I did not, nor do I intend to read, anything from Mark Finchem’s website. Frankly, there’s no reason to, because regardless of what he has to say, the State of Arizona has no Constitutional authority to decertify the election results. This is made clear by the fact that neither the word “decertify” nor any similar word appears anywhere in this proposed legislation. The fact that it doesn’t would suggest that this is not the remedy being sought; accordingly, it seems likely this is an omission, and no mere error.

The problem is that such remedy would mean the disenfranchisement of untold numbers of legal, valid Arizona voters, including many who voted for Trump. As is stated clearly in the bill, Arizonans are entitled to “self-governance through free and fair elections accurately reflecting the will of the people.” A decertification effort clearly compromises that right, thus rendering the bill unconstitutional. The Arizona Legislature might pass this factitious falderal, and the Governor may even sign it, but it would immediately face a judicial challenge, and a relatively easy one at that. The chances of it becoming law are remote, at best.

As for being a viable means with which to overturn the election in favor of Trump, don’t count on it. Decertification does not exist, neither as a legal process nor an electoral remedy, in any State.

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THosk

Because you’re a dumb leftist who doesn’t care about truth. What else is new?

Mark Rakow

What do you know about truth, Trump Chump?

Andy

There is massive evidence. It is everywhere and everybody knows it. But MSM Wont report and the courts are all corrupted so no valid argument that Trump lost cases there. Just tells how many communist and RINOs everywhere. Obvius that We the people see DJT as the legitimate President. But I afraid that Elections will never again show the will of the We the People. There are to many Communist-RINOs and Democrats.

Mark Rakow

There are many claims, but claims don’t prove a thing. Such claims must be corroborated by admissible evidence, which is almost completely absent. The fact is, Trump lost by too many votes, in too many states.

Interesting – but not surprising – that you don’t cite any of this “massive evidence.” And the claim that “everybody knows it” is completely meaningless and it convinces no one. Truth is revealed by facts, and you simply have none.

THosk

You still don’t get it do you leftist? All your other leftist friends have gotten it and moved on. I really wish they would que you in. (I’m embarrassed for you)

My Man Trump

Mark, you are so boring and repetitive. Look, you are a never Trumper. So what. We concede that you don’t like him Who cares. President Trump will be returning soon….well before 2024. Now, unless you are leaving the country, just lay back and enjoy it. Your fake guy destroyed a beautiful, strong country. Own it. Our “real deal” guy is going to bring it all back.

Mark Rakow

Believe whatever you like. But, of course, belief doesn’t make it true.

Johnny Appleseed

Can’t force the willfully blind to see anything.

But they see that light at the end of the tunnel….

And it’s a train.

They scrambling like cockroaches.

Craig Barrett

He is a damn joke , he definitely doesn’t speak for the American people

pete

You are talking about D,Trump for sure. Yes he is a joke, a very bad joke. The sooner he is forced to answer for his disasters the better it will be for the U.S.A.

THosk

And when will Biden be forced to answer for his disasters? (To many to list)

Unfortunately, Biden’s state of mental decay hardly allows him to answer questions coherently in the present. (And that’s no joke)

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Patricia McDermott

You’re absolutely correct! His state needs to vote him OUT! Who are you endorsing?

griffthegrand

When in 2027? See How many President Trump helped get re-elected!

https://www.senate.gov/senators/Class_II.htm

Class II – Senators Whose Terms of Service Expire in 2027

Republicans

Capito, Shelley Moore 
(R-WV)Cassidy, Bill 
(R-LA)Collins, Susan M. 
(R-ME)Cornyn, John 
(R-TX)Cotton, Tom 
(R-AR)Daines, Steve 
(R-MT)Ernst, Joni 
(R-IA)Graham, Lindsey 
(R-SC)Hagerty, Bill 
(R-TN)Hyde-Smith, Cindy 
(R-MS)Inhofe, James M. 
(R-OK)Lummis, Cynthia M. 
(R-WY)Marshall, Roger 
(R-KS)McConnell, Mitch 
(R-KY)Risch, James E. 
(R-ID)Rounds, Mike 
(R-SD)Sasse, Ben 
(R-NE)Sullivan, Dan 
(R-AK)Tillis, Thom 
(R-NC)Tuberville, Tommy (R-AL)

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oops copied over wrong.

Republicans
Capito, Shelley Moore (R-WV)
Cassidy, Bill (R-LA)
Collins, Susan M.  (R-ME)
Cornyn, John (R-TX)
Cotton, Tom (R-AR)
Daines, Steve (R-MT)
Ernst, Joni (R-IA)
Graham, Lindsey (R-SC)
Hagerty, Bill (R-TN)
Hyde-Smith, Cindy (R-MS)
Inhofe, James M. (R-OK)
Lummis, Cynthia M. (R-WY)
Marshall, Roger (R-KS)
McConnell, Mitch (R-KY)
Risch, James E. (R-ID)
Rounds, Mike (R-SD)
Sasse, Ben (R-NE)
Sullivan, Dan (R-AK)
Tillis, Thom (R-NC)
Tuberville, Tommy (R-AL)

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