Staci Burk is a courageous woman who has faced many hardships, but when her right to vote was violated she decided to fight. As a 3rd year law
student, she has filed several lawsuits, one of which will be considered by the SCOTUS tomorrow.
op-senator-shredded-ballots-will-evaporate-if-given-to-the-ag/Staci Burk is a woman who has faced many hardships. She is also a 3rd year law
student that was denied her right to vote, and because of this she has been going above and beyond the call of duty to fight for justice filing
As many of us know, the Arizona Senate and the Maricopa County Election Officials have been at odds with each other over whether or not to do a full
forensic audit of the 2020 Election. On a side note, Arizona was the only State that contested the Electoral vote on January 6th and actually
successfully submitted over 1,000 witness affidavits and other evidence of election irregularities to Congress, before the Capitol was entered by
Several weeks ago a judge ruled that the Arizona Senate had a legal right to audit the election to ensure election integrity. A day or so after that
ruling, Staci Burk and Veteran Earl Shafer discovered shredded ballots outside of the Maricopa County Building that the ballots were being stored at.
To record chain of custody, they filmed themselves collecting those ballots, then reported it to several legislators.
Shortly after Burk retrieved the shredded ballots Arizona Republican Senate Majority Whip, Sonny Borrelli, contacted her. During the heated
conversation Borrelli criticized much of the Arizona state government for being: untrustworthy, capable of destroying the evidence, and said Burk
would be killed if she didn't turn over the ballots to him if police didn't get to her. An audio recording between Burk and Borrelli was published
in the Arizona Mirror. In that recording, Senator Borelli "repeatedly advised Staci Burk. . . that she is in danger because she held the “domino”
that would overturn the results of the presidential election. Don’t trust anyone, he said, while urging her to give him the ballots. This is the
domino. This is the one domino (that) Arizona knocks over and we expose this corruption then the other states fall, too."
To clarify, and you can listen to the full 30 minute audio and hear it for yourself, Sonny Borrelli didn't say "domino" in reference to the
ballots, he said it in reference to the full forensic audit of Maricopa County. He called the shredded ballots "plutonium" and asked Staci to hand
them over to him and his Master at Arms, claiming the State's Attorney General couldn't be trusted and that the shredded ballots could go missing if
handed over to him. A link to to full conversation is found at the bottom of the above link.
What's interesting, is that Burk and her counsel, have decided to turn the shredded ballots over to the SCOTUS and their case is being considered
tomorrow, April 30th, 2021.
Burk's case in the Supreme Court is the last surviving 2020 election challenge case before any court. The SCOTUS will consider Burk's case
on April 30, 2021.
On a side note, Burk claims to have additional evidence of ballots being flown in on election day, including a confession and sworn affidavits of