Republicans vs. the status quo

Republicans vs. the status quo

Republicans vs. the status quo

A tea party leader says state legislatures must do their constitutional duty if voters are to have any confidence in the election system moving forward.

Last week legislators from all across the country attended a Cyber Symposium hosted by My Pillow Founder Mike Lindell to hear evidence regarding claims of fraud in the 2020 presidential election. One item of interest was the audit that took place in Arizona.

Tom Zawistowski, president of the tea party-affiliated We the People Convention, says such audits are the key to America remaining a representative republic.

Zawistowski, Tom (We the People Convention) Zawistowski

"What makes America America is our right to vote," he contends. "If we don't have fair elections, then you're not the United States of America; you're a banana republic."

Zawistowski believes the reports coming out of Arizona, which show that Donald Trump won Arizona in the 2020 presidential election.

"It was important work in Arizona. I think you're going to see the Maricopa County audit is going to show tremendous fraud in the Arizona election," he tells American Family News. "I think you're going to see that in Georgia. I think you're going to see that in Pennsylvania. This is just the beginning of that process, but we must prove the fraud."

But Zawistowski says Democrats are fighting tooth and nail to keep the status quo.

"They know if we fix this the Democrats are going to get destroyed in 2022 and in 2024," he assert. "That's the fight we have right now. We can win that fight because of the Republican legislators. They need to do their job, and it's up to we the people to make sure they do."

If the Republicans fail to fix the election laws, then the tea party leader concludes they need to be primaried out of office next year.