She pointed out during the program that an an administrative insurrection has stolen the sacred right of Arizonans to choose their representative through an election and nobody in the Arizona government leadership appears to care about it.
Swinick also mentioned that Arizona has been recently exposed as a huge crime scene and a cesspool of corruption that is completely run by the Sinaloa Cartel. According to Swinick, people connected to the cartel – not the governor and lawmakers in Phoenix – run the Grand Canyon State. (Related Story: Right Now with Ann Vandersteel: Michele Swinick calls for probe of AZ corruption – Brighteon.TV.)
The "Everything Home" host said Arizonans have been demanding the investigation since Feb. 23 and legislative district state leaders have issued statements that led to the county board unanimously approving a resolution calling for a probe. However, state legislators and the Arizona Republican Party have been silent and are trying to ignore the facts that are right in front of them.
Swinick also denounced Arizona State Sen. Wendy Rogers for refusing to conduct an investigation even though she has the plenary and subpoena powers to do so.
"The worst part about it is that your legislators and literally the whole state of Arizona doesn't want to go ahead and investigate," she said. "So we are demanding that the Arizona State Legislature do their job and begin an investigation because it's coming out – more so that there is even more information. It's worse than what we thought and there's more stuff coming out. So, we need to get that investigation done."
Swinick then turned to her guests, asking their take on the recent meeting in Maricopa County that had all its members unanimously passing a resolution calling for a state-level probe.
Michelle Rugloski, president of the Arizona Election Integrity Alliance, said they filed an election challenge last Dec. 6, 2022. The said challenge sought to have the entire board for Legislative District 3 removed and allow a new election for new board members. It also had the backing of the Maricopa County Republican Committee (MCRC).
According to Rugloski, election violations such as a proxy casting another person’s ballot that happened on Dec. 1 prompted them to call for e a new election.
Brian Ference, a Maricopa County member-at-large, meanwhile told Swinick that the MCRC executive government committee had passed a motion related to the issue. The said motion called on the Arizona State Legislature and the state attorney general to investigate allegations brought up by Jacqueline Breger during the Feb. 23 joint hearing of the State Senate and State House.
He added that the resolution calling for an investigation on Breger's claims did not come with a press release. Nevertheless, he expressed hope that it would garner more attention. Moreover, Ference mentioned that many social media users had been calling on Rogers to investigate.
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