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'Tough As Hell': Trump Predicts 'Easy Victory' For Finchem After Arizona Candidate Speaks At Trump Rally

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President Donald Trump praised State Rep. Mark Finchem (R-AZ) after the latter spoke in support of Arizona’s election audit on Sunday night. Trump described Finchem as “tough as hell” and “incredible.”

“By the way, we have a man—we talk about strong people and weak people, we talk about stupid people and smart people—but we have a man from Arizona with us tonight,” Trump said. “He is tough as hell, he’s incredible, and he is running for a certain position [Arizona Secretary of State] that’s going to be I think a very easy victory. Arizona State Representative Mark Finchem is with us tonight, and what a job he’s done. Mark—Great Job, Mark. You’re gonna win big, Mark! You know, because he’s tough they say he’s controversial. It’s not controversial, he’s actually not controversial.”

During his remarks at Sunday night’s rally, Finchem said, “But the left would tell you “Oh, wait a minute. Audits undermine your confidence in the election.” Seriously? No, what undermines is the fact that we have hundreds of thousands of fictitious voters in the system. We have ballots and nobody knows where they came from. So with all the evidence, I think the Lord’s got a message here with this whole audit thing, don’t you?”

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“With all the evidence of incompetence and criminality, that’s been presented to the Arizona Senate, to Congress and now to the Arizona Attorney General, the Maricopa County 2020 election, cannot be allowed to stand,” Finchem continued. “It must be decertified. And set aside. There’s more. I love it when I say that. But wait there’s more. If you’ll go to votefinchem.com, there’s a button at the top that calls for an audit of Pima County. That is the second most populous county in the state of Arizona, where we had a whistleblower who sent an email not just to the DOJ but to every single legislator saying, there’s 34,000 or 35,000 fictitious voters, and they’ve been inserted in system, and we’re going to never find them. Well, we believe we found them.” 

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