Petition reaches 1.4 million signatures to decertify 2020 Election

On Monday, Arizona State Senator Wendy Rogers, a fierce Trump ally and one of the most vehement voices demanding the decertification of 2020 presidential elections, announced that her petition to decertify the election had garnered 1.4 million signatures. 

Rogers announced the enormous support she has garnered for her cause on Twitter with the following tweet:

We have 1.4 million signatures to decertify the election. I am STILL pushing to decertify the election. Help me get to 2 million signatures ASAP. I want to get to 1.5 million by December 31st.

“Wendy is a warrior who loves our country” –Trump

Wendy Rogers, the senate member for Arizona, spent the last ten years trying to secure a seat in the senate. When she finally succeeded, she was prepared to get the elections decertified purely so that Trump could remain in the White House.

Rogers has also been noted to use her Twitter account when Trump could not as he was banned in early 2021. 

Even though there is no legal mechanism to do so, Rogers’ rallying cry has been to ‘decertify elections.’  

Trump recently returned the favor by endorsing Rogers, who will be running for re-election in 2022. Former Trump advisor Steve Bannon recently told NBC that if Rogers could not secure a seat in Congress, she would be seen in the next Trump administration. 

Rogers takes a dig at Biden.

In a tweet dated December 23rd, Rogers rubbed salt into Biden’s already festering wounds regarding post-pandemic hyperinflation. 

The tweet reads:

“I just want $1.50 gas and decertification for Christmas.”

Hyperinflation and Biden’s management of the same has caused widespread unrest among the American masses. The Biden administration’s botched management of the issue is being touted as the foremost reason behind his job approval ratings going downhill. 

The Decertification Saga of September 2021

Rogers called upon the people to support her cause by launching the next fundraising campaign on September 19th:

“I’m Arizona State Senator Wendy Rogers. I am the Arizona State Senator fighting nationwide for audits and election integrity!” she wrote and then provided the link for donation. “Please help me continue to fight for election integrity measures!” 

In a tweet dated September 22nd, Rogers extended her solidarity to the letter penned by ‘the American people.’ 

The tweet reads as follows:


“The fate of the United States and the Republic for which it stands along with Freedom and Justice for All is on trial before the world,” says the letter to Arizona’s senators. “The enormity of the decision that you are being tasked with rendering will ripple through the ages and may very well be viewed as the last nail in the coffin of the Idea of Government of the People and for the People and by the People that President Lincoln spoke about in the Gettysburg Address,” the letter reads.

Laurie Roberts, reporting for azcentral, questioned Rogers whether she intended to pursue decertification of Arizona’s election and if so, to cite the legal authority that would allow her to vote millions of Arizonans. Her reply to Rogers tweet above reads thus:

“Replying to @WendyRogersAZ

.@WendyRogersAZ.  Are you formally calling for the Senate to vote to decertify the election? Can you please cite the legal authority for taking such a vote?”

Rogers responded with the following tweet:

“What rock did you crawl out from under? I have a petition with over 950k signatures calling to #decertify. Did you get your orders from Soros this morning?”

The bottom line

In light of the Biden administration losing confidence with the American masses, as is depicted in his declining job approval ratings, it is no wonder that Rogers’ decertification campaign is amassing renewed support. If her petition and the evidence of election fraud continue to gain more national attention, the possibility of decertification will undoubtedly become a reality.

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