41 legislators from 15 states — including Pennsylvania, Arizona, Michigan, Florida and Wisconsin — authorized a letter on Friday calling for all 50 U.S. states to be audited, and electors to be decertified “where it has been shown the elections were certified prematurely and inaccurately.”
The letter also calls for the US House of Representatives “to convene and vote per the US Constitution by means of one vote per state to decide the rightful winner of the  election in accordance with the constitutional process of choosing electors.”
When the senate hearing was finished on Friday (Sep 24), Arizona State Senator Wendy Rogers took the stage outside to address the crowd about the findings that confirm thousands of fraudulent votes were counted in November 2020.
During her address, Rogers unveiled a letter that had been signed by 41 different legislators from 15 states. The letter is calling for a nationwide audit and decertification of every state where fraudulent votes changed the outcome of the election.
Watch Rogers read the letter to the crowd:
The letter was signed by legislators from 15 different states. Washington, Texas, Utah, North Dakota, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, Oregon, Colorado, Arizona, Florida, Iowa, Michigan, Missouri, Montana, and Minnesota were all represented on the document.
Here’s the full text of the letter, as well as the full list of 41 lawmakers who signed.
Some findings from the Arizona audit report
- Canvass showed over 3,400 more ballots were cast than recorded
- Over 9,000 more mail-in ballots were received and recorded than the official number of mail-in ballots sent out by the county
- Precincts show more ballots cast on election day than people who showed up to vote. 1,551 extra votes.
- Approximately 2,500 ballots were shown in the early vote returns that do not have a voter listed as casting them.
- Over 255,000 early votes shown in the county final vote file do not have a corresponding entry in the early voting returns file
- Over 23,000 voted by mail after moving after the October 5th cutoff
- 2,382 voters cast votes in Maricopa county, in person, after moving out of the county
- Over 2,000 voters who moved out of Arizona during the 29 days before the election were given a full ballot instead of a presidential-only ballot.
- Close to 300 deceased voters potentially vote.
The Finding Summary Table below provides a quick overview, showing over 57,000 illegal votes, almost 6x the margin of 10,457 votes tallied on Nov. 3 for Biden.