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Arizona Secretary of State candidate Mark Finchem calls for arrests, decertification after forensic audit results
By News Editors // Oct 01, 2021

Arizona state representative and secretary of state candidate Mark Finchem (R) is calling for the arrest of officials involved in tampering with election systems in his state as well as the decertification of his state’s election results after the forensic audit report was revealed late last week.


(Article by Shane Trejo republished from BigLeaguePolitics.com)

Finchem also wants a full forensic audit of Pima County. He made the declaration in a Twitter post shortly after the report became widespread news:


Even though the fake news media is painting the results of the Arizona forensic audit as a nothingburger, Finchem strongly disagrees. He believes that the findings showed that there were enough suspect or illegal ballots to change the election results in his state.

"In the 2020 presidential election, the margin of victory was only 10,457 votes, a small fraction of the 57,734 ballots with known issues. Again, this is almost 6 times the margin of victory in the Presidential race and is multiples of the margin of victory in other races. Based on these factual findings, the election should not be certified, and the reported results are not reliable," Finchem said.

Big League Politics has reported on some of the troubling irregularities and abnormalities reportedly found during the Arizona forensic audit:

"The Arizona State Senate’s Maricopa County election audit recently concluded, with a hearing held on Friday that shared its final conclusions.

It was stated that the audit does affirm the win of Joe Biden, with him gaining a small number of votes that have essentially no effect on the result.

The first person to give a testimony during the hearing was Dr. Shiva Ayyadurai, an engineer from MIT who specializes in data irregularities. Ayyaduri was working on behalf of Echomail, a company hired along with Cyber Ninjas to do a forensic audit on the 2020 United States presidential election…

Analysis presented by Ayyadurai found what he claimed to be various statistical anomalies, the most significant of being a large discrepancy between the reported number of duplicate envelopes sent into Maricopa County, with Maricopa’s CANVASS election report not mentioning and kind of duplicates in their findings.

Echomail’s audit, on the other hand, found that 17,126 voters sent in duplicate envelopes…

Cyber Ninjas conducted the hearing’s next audit, offering some similar conclusions to Echomail – including an affirmation of a Biden win with minor statistical discrepancies between the vote count of both the government and the auditors while still acknowledging small irregularities…

Cyber Ninjas also reported on various cyber security concerns in the Dominion Voting Systems, the most notable being the failure to preserve any of the operating system security logs – the oldest date was Cyber Ninjas was able to view was on February 5th, 2021, months after the 2020 election.

It was also said by Cyber Ninjas that tens of thousands of security logs were overwritten by a Dominion Voting Systems admin account beginning on February 11th, 2021, with many more scrubbed by March 3rd."

The findings from the Arizona forensic audit have seemingly made everyone on each side dig in their heels, and Finchem is not budging an inch in his crusade to clean up voter fraud.

Read more at: BigLeaguePolitics.com and VoteFraud.news.

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