Top Legislators in 38 States Demand Nationwide Audit of 2020 Election
138 lawmakers sign letter calling for 50-state audit of results
138 legislators from 38 states have joined forces to demand a nationwide audit of the 2020 election results.
The lawmakers are calling for a decertification of the election results where they were called “prematurely and inaccurately.”
The call has been made in a "New Declaration Of Independence" letter to the American people, which was signed by dozens of top officials.
The letter is signed by legislators from states including Arizona, North Carolina, Idaho, and Kansas.
136 public officials are endorsing the letter's message.
The letter argues that the election was "corrupted" and all states will need to be "forensically audited."
The lawmakers note that the Constitution gives state officials “plenary power…to oversee the election of the president of the United States.”
They also argue that the recent Arizona election audit has indicated a “corrupted 2020 election” and that “all 50 states need to be forensically audited” as a result.
BREAKING: 138 Legislators from 38 States Write a Letter to the American People Calling for a 50-State Audit, Decertification Where Appropriate, and Possible Convening of the US House of Representatives pic.twitter.com/ksv1OiEW9C— Wendy Rogers (@WendyRogersAZ) October 15, 2021
“We call on each state to decertify its electors where it has been shown the elections were certified prematurely and inaccurately,” the lawmakers write.
“If we do not have accurate and fair elections, we do not have a country,” the letter states.
Aside from allegations of fraud, recent reports have also revealed that legal loopholes were abused during the election.
As Neon Nettle reported last week, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg spent hundreds of millions of dollars of his own money on groups that helped boost votes for Democrat Joe Biden during the 2020 election.
Zuckerberg, 37, and his wife Priscilla Chan, 36, gave nearly $420million to nonprofits that aided in the administration and infrastructure of the presidential election in Democrat counties.
The multi-billionaire couple donated $419.5million to The Center for Technology and Civic Life (CTCL) and The Center for Election Innovation and Research (CEIR), nonprofits that provided grants to help turn out likely Democratic voters.
CTCL and CEIR provided funds to local governments and helped implement administrative practices, voting methods, data-sharing agreements, and outreach programs, according to the New York Post.
But Biden-winning counties were three times more likely to get funding than Trump ones, and the Democrat was reportedly given a significant boost in swing states.
"This unprecedented merger of public-election offices with private resources and personnel is an acute threat to our republic and should be the focus of electoral reform efforts moving forward," according to William Doyle, Ph.D., the principal researcher at Caesar Rodney Election Research Institute in Irving, Texas.
The 2020 election "was likely bought by one of the world’s wealthiest and most powerful men pouring his money through legal loopholes."