The Republican Party failed to send someone to the Logic and Accuracy Test of the voting equipment in Arizona, but the Democratic Party didn’t.
Republican Arizona State Rep. Kelly Townsend is calling on Maricopa County GOP Chairman Rae Chornenky to step down, along with her first Vice Chair, for failing to show up to certify the Dominion Voting Machines.
There has been major controversy over these machines due to the company’s ties to Democrats, the Clinton Foundation, and Open Societies Foundation.
“I just found our that Maricopa County GOP Chairman Rae Chornenky failed to show up to certify the Dominion / Machines. For this reason, I call for her resignation, along with her 1st Vice Chair,” Rep. Townsend tweeted.
I just found our that Maricopa County GOP Chairman Rae Chornenky failed to show up to certify the Dominion / Machines. For this reason, I call for her resignation, along with her 1st Vice Chair.
— Rep. Kelly Townsend (@KellyTownsend11) November 10, 2020
In response, Chornenky hopped on Twitter and said; “I’ll tell you what, I’ll resign when you sprout even an ounce of integrity and obtain the intelligence to check your facts before spreading filth about a person whom you don’t know on a topic about which you have not the slightest clue,” she wrote.
Hey @KellyTownsend11 is that what your looking for? Yep. That’s my signature and no Republicans pic.twitter.com/XKHpdezUes
— Steven Slugocki (@Slugocki) November 10, 2020
HOWEVER — Steven Slugocki, the chairman of the Democratic Party of Maricopa County, who attended the testing hopped in with a copy of the certificate, which was only signed by him.
It was, in fact, not signed by any member of the Republican Party.
The AZ GOP let us all down.
— Chief America 1st Trumpster (Maricopa Vote Vet) (@ChiefTrumpster) November 10, 2020
OH LOOK! Those “glitchy” Dominion Voting machines we used in the 2020 election are linked to the Clinton Global Initiative.
Can’t wait for “fact checkers” to say this is somehow misleading… here’s the link: https://t.co/ZS7fS1Gv0hpic.twitter.com/Zy4jRUk2Px
— Tim Young (@TimRunsHisMouth) November 7, 2020
The machines were used in 33 states, including Arizona, Michigan and Georgia. Mark Malloch Brown, Chairman of the Board of Smartmantics, which makes the machines, also serves on George Soros’ Open Societies Foundation Board.
In Georgia, voting was halted for two hours after the company sent an
Source: The Gateway Pundit