My Thoughts On the Arizona Legislature Adjourning For the Year
If you don’t live in Arizona (or aren’t following news related to the Maricopa County audit), you may have just learned that the Arizona legislature is about to adjourn for the year. That wouldn’t be newsworthy were it not for the fact that the Senate’s election audit is weeks from wrapping up. State Senator Kelly Townsend has been on a crusade to keep the legislature in session over the summer in the event that new laws need to be drafted to address any problems found in the audit. Last night, social media platforms were abuzz with requests that the Arizona legislature remain in session.
I’ve been aware of this issue for more than a month as I follow Kelly Towsend on Telegram and she has been pretty vocal about it. I understand her concerns, but I’ve been uncertain as to whether I should push the matter myself on social media. Although the legislature won’t return in its full capacity to draft new laws this year, the judiciary committee can meet at any time to discuss the results of the audit and take appropriate action. It seems like no further legislation may be needed anyway. A slew of new election reform bills have been passed by the House and Senate, but they’re being held hostage by Governor Ducey, who needs a budget approved by the end of the month. If Ducey gets his budget, the legislature gets their election reform bills signed into law.
I did post a request last night on Telegram for the legislature to consider remaining in session. I did not expect them to honor the request. I was hoping that if enough people made a fuss, they would respond, and they did not disappoint.
The AZ Senate will finish what they started. Sine Die will not impact the audit. It’s an important procedural step to make their legislation effective. Don’t fall for the hype. pic.twitter.com/2JkVS9CsNb
— Christina Bobb (@christina_bobb) June 23, 2021
I’m reluctant to trust politicians. But it’s my working hypothesis that a few brave elected officials here in Arizona have found a reason to expose election malfeasance (or fraud). They’ve taken a beating from their colleagues and the media for their cause. If politicians are determined to expose corruption in the very mechanism that gives them power, we might extend to them a small degree of trust.
I assume they would not have embarked on such a task without developing a comprehensive plan that outlines the strategies and tactics necessary to achieve their goal, whatever it may be. If they succeed, they will go down in history as heroes. If they fail, they need not bother seeking re-election. Their fate is in their hands, and they have more at stake in this than I do. They are the ones who must carry out their plan. My role is to support them with prayer and make my concerns known. Last night, I made them known, and the President of the Senate responded, asking me to trust them. Until and unless they do something to violate that trust, I’m going to sleep well, trusting that a few good people are working on our behalf to set things right.
The Senate may even have a plan to deal with the missing routers, logs, and passwords that the Maricopa County Board of Supervisors has refused to turn over. Karen Fann has confirmed that if evidence of fraud is found, criminal referrals will be made to the Attorney General’s office. While the board may stiff-arm the Senate, the AG’s office can simply impound the subpoenaed materials. That may be why Fann isn’t pushing the issue as hard as some would prefer. I suspect that leaders in the Senate have a strategy mapped out further in advance than they can say publicly, but that just a hunch.
At the moment, I still live in Arizona and I have followed the debacle that is the Maricopa County Board of Supervisors with great interest. The 2020 election was probably one of the most if not the most fraudulent election in our country’s history. That so many sheeple can’t see this astounds me, but then, so many sheeple continue to wear masks proven absolutely worthless. I pray you are correct and the Arizona Senate has a plan and a very good plan. The fate of our country hangs in the balance here, so I hope our Arizona Republicans are prepared for what the Democrats will unleash upon them when the audit report becomes public and the fraud is proven.
In an unrelated thought, if you have not read this essay you should. Everyone who loves America should read it.
Nice essay, ty.
God’s plans outrank them all.
Love the Lord thy God with all thy heart, with all thy mind and with all thy soul. Love thy neighbour as thyself. Upon this all the commandments stand. So much love.
So, the audit does not have all of the evidence? How to retrieve? Voluntary Compliance can be achieved how? What would Game Theory suggest?
Trump won, democrats are hated so they need illegals to vote, they lie buy cheat add votes dead people duplicates whatever these people are SICK!
The democrat party and their desire to control us their greed for power and money gave the world Covid-19 no doubt to stop Trump. Sickos I tell you! We have a corrupted FBI CIA DOJ since Obama, I pray for justice.
If only one person were honorable it would make a difference. Trump put in two new justices, they side with dems! Roberts sold his soul to Obama it is alleged to get two kids adopted from other countries. The world is crazy
people will do anything for their greed..
Thanks Praying Medic for updates &Holy Spirit led thinking… we pray & trust the God in our officials called & positioned in His Plan for us for USA for now! Praying for you and Denise for President Trump & Q team in Jesus Name..yes &amen.
Thanks Dave for sharing hope and a positive view on this. I was beginning to believe that this was just another stalling tactic by corrupt politicians. A timely reminder for me to “trust in the Lord and not lean on my own understanding”. I appreciate the clarity and consistency of your communications. You are setting another gold standard for AZ.
I’ve been following you for a long time, more recently on Telegram. Telegram posts your latest entry at the BOTTOM of the page rather than the top, as most platforms do. I have to pres the “End” key 100 times to get to the latest entry. I’ve tried several key combinations, but “Ctrl end” is the only one that works and is no faster than “end” alone. BTW my computer runs Windows 7; browser is Firefox
I’m old, not at all swift with the way various platforms work and would very much appreciate any help you can offer to speed up getting to the end of file. For now it seems forever to get to end of file, and as you add posts it will take longer!
My first question was where do rats go when “leaving a sinking ship?” My second question was ‘GITMO?’
Thank you for the important update PM!! Knowing you have insight to this election mess ensures my good night sleep also!! We need to “trust the plan” God’s blessings to you and Denise!!! Love you both!!!
You can spend the next week screening about the legislature staying in session, but there is zero chance of that happening.
You can spend the next two months biting your nails and worrying that we’ve been sold out.
Or you can trust the Fann.
If residents convince legislative branch to recess instead of adjourn, ultimate goals could be accomplished THIS year with full exposure-disclosure in courts. This would require 100% vote of R in AZ legislative branch for recess.
Is it true Gov Ducey can call a special session of the AZ legislature if necessary? Sounds like once audit report is released, any criminal findings go right to the AZ AG- no need for the state legislature to be in session, correct?
He could, but he was asked to do it last year, and he refused.