Wendy Rogers’ Website Crashes Due to High Demand, Back Up Now With 87K Signatures On Petition to ‘Decertify Election’ in AZ

Arizona State Senator Wendy Rogers has been making waves. After being recently called on directly by former President Donald Trump to help him acquire Maricopa County servers that may be crucial to the election audit, her Twitter following has been exploding.

After the initial 2020 election audit was complete, Rogers wasn’t satisfied enough with the findings to say that things were on the up and up and called for a recall of the election in AZ. She has a petition on her website now for people to sign if they think the election should be decertified.

Although there won’t likely be a national call for this, Rogers and other Arizona Republicans in Arizona as well as her supporters want to send a clear message.

They are not confident in the election process and want things to be better and to be assured there is not fraud ever again. Just a couple of days ago, there was so much demand for Rogers’ website they had to upgrade the servers to keep traffic flowing.

“My decertify petition is back up! We upgraded servers & it took a while for the IP address to update. Keep checking back if still having issues. We are up to 36,302 signatures – let’s get it to 1 million! I will report the number during my TV interviews.”

Rogers wants the petition to reach one million signatures to send a crystal clear message and see what else can be done. Meanwhile, other states have been pushing to do similar audits as Arizona. Many red and swing states are passing laws for future elections to have more integrity and less fraud potential.

“87k signatures now. Marching to 1 million.” she recently tweeted.

It remains to be seen if the GOP can do enough to help them along on the road to the 2022 and 2024 elections. Not only will they need election integrity, but they will also need a higher turnout than ever before to combat the increase in Democrat votes due to demographic changes. Local liberal rag AZ Central seemingly accused her of “hate speech” here.

Democrats like to brag about this, but get mad when Republicans point it out, calling them “racist” for simply noticing the truth. Rogers herself has pointed this out though, and is not afraid, no matter how many Twitter blue checks try to label her or go after her for her abrasive and bold rhetoric. Perhaps a federal seat is in the future for Ms. Rogers?

Wendy just blocks reporters who go after her and keeps on saying what she thinks. She has been a staunch supporter of Confederate monuments as well, in the face of historical monument removal around the nation. This is despite other, weaker Republicans like U.S. House Rep Dan Crenshaw (TX) voting against keeping Confederate monuments in place. Just today she tweeted:

“I still like Robert E Lee and Stonewall Jackson. Also, bring back the Dukes of Hazard! Great show!”