Historic WA State Election Integrity Lawsuit Deposes King County Election Director Which May Trigger the Inspection of the 2020 Ballots

Bi-Partisan Bill SB 5459 Jnites the Senate to Nail in the Coffin of WA Election Integrity: What the People Can Do to Stop It

House Committee Advances Bill to Hide Election Records and Prevent Examination of Tabulator Source Code for 25 Years

Washington State Attempts to Be the First to Establish a Dangerous Commission to Target People and Groups Who Disagree with the Government Labeling them “Domestic Violent Extremists”

The Gateway Pundit on Federal Judge Dismissals of WEiCU Election Integrity Lawsuits

October 5. 2022

WEiCU Press Release on Federal Judge Contradictory Ruling on 5 of 6 Lawsuits Concerning Vote Swaps, Additions and Deletions in the 2020 General Election

Franklin County Judge Jacqueline Stam Dismisses Public Records Action Seeking Inspection of November 3, 2020 Election Records

WEiCU Show Cause Hearing for Public Inspection of Franklin County Election Records Scheduled for July 11, 2022

AG Bob Gerguson Makes False Allegation of Baseless Lawsuits

WEiCU Calls for an Independent Special Prosecutor to Investigate Election Irregularities Before a Citizen Grand Jury

The Lies About Election Fraud in Maricopa County

December 5, 2021 – The 2020 General Election in Maricopa County AZ was the single largest infraction in American History against Minority Voters and the 14th Amendment of Our Constitution – 50,336 votes instantly de-certifiable. Click to watch this publicly available video from Jovan Hutton Pulitzer and the Maricopa Explainer.

Forced Adjudication by Manipulation

December 5, 2021 – Maricopa Explainer

If nefarious actors know the early votes and mail-in votes, then they really only play against the votes cast on election day. Election day is the wildcard. What did Kinematic Artifact detection find out about this serious and non-compliant voting issue which broke the 14th Amendment laws? Click here to find out (this article available only to supporters of the Maricopa Explainer channel on Locals).

PUBLIC VIDEO – Maricopa AZ Ballots and What You Were NOT Told – UNTIL NOW

December 5, 2021 – When counterfeit ballots are identified: Why human eyes cannot tell the difference between a counterfeit ballot and an official ballot, What are the known kinematic artifact markers of a LEGAL Maricopa County AZ ballot, and what method is used to detect an ILLEGAL counterfeit ballot – REAL-TIME examples for the first time, part of Jovan Hutton Pulitzer’s SWORN TESTIMONY AND AFFIDAVIT for the AZ Senate and all his findings presented HERE.

ARIZONA AUDIT: Maricopa Could Pay HUGE Price For Defying Election 2020 Subpoena… In Their Wallet

Written by Wes Walker on August 27, 2021

The AZ State Senate has given Maricopa county a subpoena. It was a subpoena that held up in court… but Maricopa STILL refuses to comply so that the election audit can be completed.

So, does that mean we end in a stalemate? Nope. The State Senate still has cards they can play for those who won’t comply.

Maricopa County is breaking the law by refusing to provide the materials demanded by the state Senate, Attorney General Mark Brnovich concluded Thursday.

In a formal finding, Brnovich says that the county is required to comply with Senate subpoenas to provide its routers, which direct computer traffic among computers.

Brnovich said the county also broke the law by failing to provide user names, passwords, PINS and security keys or token to gain access to the tabulation devices used in the 2020 general election. — Tucson

Those of us who have watched so much political chicanery over the years might read that with a dose of skepticism. Yeah. So…?

Now what? Does that ruling have any actual teeth by which it can punish lawbreaking done by a politician, or is this just another one of those ‘easier to ask forgiveness than permission’ situations where you do something you know you can’t do — only to deal with the consequences afterward?

Well, this infraction has teeth it can bare against violators, alright. And it speaks in a language they will be sure to understand.

The attorney general’s conclusion is more than an academic exercise: Under Arizona law, his finding that the county government has violated state law means it can lose its allocation of state shared revenues — more than $676 million this budget year — if it does not come into compliance by Sept. 27.

And that amounts to close to a quarter of the county’s total operating budget.

“At the end of the day, the supervisors may not like the audit,” Brnovich press aide Katie Conner said. “But they don’t get to pick and choose which Senate subpoenas they want to comply with.” — Tucson

Millions. Billions. Trillions. We are so awash in money these days it can be easy to get lost in the spreadsheets. How meaningful is that number to Maricopa’s bottom line?

In his ruling shared with Secrets, Brnovich said, “Maricopa County Board of Supervisors is in violation of state law for failing to comply with the Arizona Senate’s legislative subpoena related to the 2020 election audit. If MCBOS does not change course, the AGO will notify the Arizona Treasurer to withhold Maricopa County’s state-shared funds as required under the law.”

According to county and state estimates, the state provides about $700 million a year to the county, over a quarter of its $2.7 billion budget. — WashingtonExaminer

Protecting the Vote

Washington State Rep. Robert Sutherland, representing Washington’s 39th district, gives The Real Story on his announcement that there will be public hearings on election integrity issues where the people will tell their stories of irregularities.


Michelle Malkin investigates the history of systems used to calculate results from November’s big race, and presents claims that suggest the winners and losers might have been influenced by outside parties. 


Rebecca Mercuri, Ph.D., Hack the Vote: Election 2004 In the rush to solve problems that emerged from Florida’s Presidential election dispute in 2000.

Press Releases

November 23, 2020

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