GREENVILLE – You’ve heard about the courageous patriots pursuing the truth about election results in swing states around the country, pushing for honest audits as the only way to restore trust in our elections systems. Now, one of the state lawmakers leading the charge on election integrity, Arizona State Senator Wendy Rogers, is heading to North Carolina for a special event in Greenville, August 24.
Rogers will be hosted by Republican congressional candidate Sandy Smith at Stokes Family Farm, providing updates on the progress and findings made in Arizona’s audit process, and helping push the case for a similar audit here in North Carolina.
If you’re wondering just how Governor Roy Cooper was able to coast to victory, while North Carolina put Mark Robinson, Thom Tillis, other statewide Republicans in office while also expanding Republican majority in the state legislature — you need tickets to this event.
“No matter how much the Democrats, mainstream media, and big tech might censor us and shut us down, we need to keep asking questions and demanding an audit of the 2020 election here in North Carolina,” write Smith in a recent op-ed. “It may be inconvenient to them, but it’s no secret to us that corrupt politicians abused so-called “emergency” powers to unconstitutionally rewrite our election laws, eliminate almost every protection against fraud, and then then turned around and lied about how the election was supposedly “secure” (it wasn’t).”
Now, the Democrat-controlled Board of Elections in North Carolina is trying to keep lawmakers from investigating the election by threatening them with lawsuits and refusing to turn over information needed for an investigation. What are they so afraid of? What are they hiding?“
Rogers already has the experience from what has been ‘ground zero’ for sniffing out election discrepancies and uncovering threats to election integrity; experience Smith will no doubt leverage in a fight to audit North Carolina’s 2020 election results.
Trust in government, from election authorities to public health authorities, is at a critical low. It’s up to everyday citizens to not simply give up because pursuit of the truth is too hard, or too uncomfortable. If you have an interest in North Carolina living up to it’s Esse Quam Videri motto, get your tickets here for the Tuesday, August 24, Audit the Vote Rally.