Arizona Forensic Audit Update with Senator Sonny Borrelli, June 21, 2021
Arizona Senator Sonny Borrelli Says the Board of Supervisors is Still Lying!
Foreign-bought Secretary of State, Katie Hobbs, is still calling for an end to the audit. https://www.bitchute.com/video/uTm5UAa2eVFN/
$3,419,735,244 Budget - Maricopa County Board of Supervisors Passes A Budget https://youtu.be/CVolsrVfcec
Routers with Routers with Senator Borrelli, Representative Finchem, & Colonel Waldron https://youtu.be/HZjGlA0OZCg
UPDATE: June 21, 2021 3:29 PM PT
"If you want to see action taken on the results of this audit before January, call your legislators in Arizona and demand that they delay sine die!" — TGP https://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2021/06/arizona-senate-adjourn-arizona-audit-results-released-not-scheduled-reconvene-2022/
Do we trust Governor Ducey to recall the legislature for a special session when the audit report is issued?
When AZ legislators delay, are they hoping the grassroots will lose interest and forget about election integrity and 2020?
Call them and let them know that they must not go into recess.
They must pass election integrity bills as we requested since January 2021! See this post for what is needed for AZ in 2021 before the legislature goes into recess: https://t.me/ArizonaAuditLiveFeeds/787
🇺🇸 Arizona Audit Channel: https://t.me/ArizonaAuditLiveFeeds
From Senator Kelly Townsend:
"Tomorrow, my resolution, SCR1010, will be heard in the House government committee. The purpose is to officially call a national convention of states, which will be called the "Phoenix Convention on Constitutional Liberties and Self-Government."
The purpose of the convention is to discuss protecting Constitutional rights during emergencies, as well as ensuring free and fair elections. It is a gathering of state legislatures in an official capacity, an effort to restore the practice that was once common before the Civil War.
Please see the below article that is meant to educate regarding this effort. Please note, the purpose of this convention is not to discuss amending the Constitution and is not focused on Article V. However, through my time working on that issue, I saw the need of restoring the practice of the official national convention of states. The historical conventions had many topics, which you can see below.
An excerpt: "The generation that ratified the Constitution applied the term “convention” to a diplomatic gathering of three or more American colonies or states."
My (Prof. Rob Natelson) article identified the following American intergovernmental conventions up to and including the 1787 Constitutional Convention:
* Albany (1677) (Indian negotiations)
* Boston (1689) (defense issues)
* New York City (1690) (defense)
* New York City (1693) (defense)
* New York City (1704) (defense)
* Boston (1711) (defense)
* Albany (1744) (defense)
* Albany (1745) (defense)
* New York City (1747) (defense)
* Boston(?) (1757) (defense)
* New York City (1765) (response to Stamp Act)
* New York City (1774) (response to British actions)
* Providence, RI (1776-77) (paper currency and public credit)
* York Town, PA (1777) (price control)
* Springfield, MA (1777) (economic issues)
* New Haven, CN (1778) (price controls and other responses to inflation)
* Hartford, CN (1779) (economic issues)
* Philadelphia (1780) (price controls)
* Boston (1780) (conduct of Revolutionary War)
* Hartford (1780) (conduct of Revolutionary War)
* Providence, RI (1781) (war supply)
* Annapolis, MD (1786) (trade)
* Philadelphia (1787) (revise the political system)
~ AZ Senator Kelly Townsend https://t.me/KellyTownsend/186
Source, Arizona Conservative News https://youtu.be/a8ShFVy8mok
*For educational purposes.
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