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Following an Arizona Senate hearing Thursday about the ongoing audit of Maricopa County’s election results, a Republican state senator issued stunning tweets calling for the state’s electors to be recalled and a new election held.

State Sen. Wendy Rogers, a retired Air Force pilot, posted the tweets after Cyber Ninjas CEO Doug Logan, CyFIR founder Ben Cotton and Arizona Senate Liaison Ken Bennett testified about their current findings.

“Thousands of names were added to the voting rolls after election day, but are recorded as casting a ballot in the 2020 election,” Logan claimed at one point in the hearing.

Meanwhile, all three slammed the Maricopa County Board of Supervisors for refusing to hand over the additional information needed to complete the audit.

“Auditors want passwords the county says it doesn’t have, and they also want computer network equipment directly related to the election and a complete copy of the Maricopa County voter registration database,” according to Phoenix station KNXV.

Combined, the board’s refusal to comply, Logan’s alleged finding and the whole issue with mail-in ballots reportedly being sent to people who’d never requested them was “enough” for Rogers.

View what she tweeted below:

“I call for the Biden electors to be recalled to Arizona & a new election must be conducted. Arizona’s electors must not be awarded fraudulently & we need to get this right,” she wrote.

As of Friday morning, her tweets had not yet been either flagged as “misinformation” or outright deleted by Twitter.

In additional tweets posted Friday morning, she warned that if something “this bad” is happening in Maricopa County, then it could very well be happening in other localities, which is why, she argued, “we must #AuditAll50States.”

The audit was authorized by Arizona Senate Republicans after they won a court battle against the Maricopa County Board of Supervisors “over access to equipment and approximately 2.1 million ballots from the November 2020 election,” according to local FM station KTAR.

The men claimed, among other things, that Maricopa County received 74,000 more mail-in ballots than it’d mailed out, that the antivirus software on the county’s vote-counting machines was outdated, that the front and back of ballots weren’t aligned properly and that some voter registration records were inconsistent.

The board has been resistant to the audit from day one on the grounds that it already conducted two of its own audits that reportedly found no issues at all.

The board still maintains that there are no problems. In fact, the board spent the entire two-hour hearing ostensibly fact-checking the three men on Twitter.

Case in point:

Rogers was clearly not convinced by these fact-checks.

Vivek Saxena

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