Arizona Republican State Rep. Mark Finchem introduced a bill Monday to decertify the 2020 election in three counties.
“In the case of Maricopa, Pima and Yuma Counties, the fact that there is evidence showing illegal acts occurred, whether by intent or omission does not matter, the margin of error exceeds the margin of victory,” Finchem said.
As reported by Just the News, Biden was declared winner in both Maricopa and Pima County, while Trump won Yuma County.
“If we are a nation governed by the ‘rule of law,’ as we so often espouse, then violations of the law must have consequences,” he continued. “In that regard, the 2020 General Election is irredeemably compromised, and it is impossible to name a clear winner of the contest.”
“That there is no process under current law for the Arizona Legislature to ‘decertify’ an election, does not mean that the Legislature cannot provide a remedy for outcome-determinative fraud and illegality in the conduct of the election,” he added.
As previously reported by Human Events News, Finchem rook his Arizona Ballot Integrity Project (BIP) national in October when he and approximately 30 others from around the country gathered at the suburban Dallas offices of international authentication leader, Authentix, to create a process for introducing a highly counterfeit-resistant paper ballot.
Attendees were a mix of technology experts, politicians, election officials, and election integrity activists. States represented included Arizona, Michigan, Virginia, Tennessee, and New Hampshire among others. The first portion of the meeting had experts from Authentix making various presentations to the group detailing the technology involved in the process. The second half was a working white board session where the group collaborated in designing the rollout process.
And, in December, also as previously reported by Human Events News, Pima County, Arizona held an election integrity hearing following an allegation that 35,000 fake votes had been entered into the Pima County election, related by an individual who claimed to be in the room when the plan was revealed to lower level Pima County Democratic Party leaders.