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Arizona state Rep. Mark Finchem has touted QAnon conspiracy theories and was in Washington on January 6.
Arizona Republicans’ election “audit” report will be delayed even longer, because the leaders of the team running it are “quite sick” with COVID-19.
“I understand citizenry anger directed at dictatorial Socialism and its threat to liberty, freedom, and the very fabric of American society,” Brooks said.
The funders include a long list of groups pushing the Big Lie that the election was stolen from former President Donald Trump.
A known QAnon grifter has amassed an army of loyal followers on Twitch in her scheme of “retaliation.“
A VICE News review of public positions of all 50 GOP state chairs shows a growing number of conspiracists winning control of state party chairmanships.
In a total coincidence, claims from Donald Trump and others about Michigan’s election have been repeatedly fact-checked.
The “Stop the Steal”-linked group accidentally published a top-secret security brief outlining their concerns.
And they’ve hired a Florida firm called “Cyber Ninjas” to help them do it.
State Rep. Mark Finchem wants to be Arizona’s top election official by 2024—when his state could once again be the epicenter of the presidential map.