GOP Maricopa County Chairman Writes “Certification Denied” On Election Logic And Accuracy Test

The chairwoman of the Maricopa County Republican Party signed an election certification of logic and accuracy under protest today, penning “certification denied” in the margin of the form. Linda Brickman, the chair in question, is calling for “hundreds of county lawyers” to investigate the election.

The endeavor is a relatively toothless move that will not have any legal impact on the certification of the logic and accuracy test that was performed today. Readers should note that the logic and accuracy test is not a certification of the results, rather it is performed to test the accuracy of the machines involved in the election.

This Is Not The First Certification Controversy This Cycle:

The test is performed both before and after an election takes place, but the first test was not certified (or even witnessed) by the former head of the Maricopa County GOP. Earlier this month, it was revealed that Rae Chorneky, the former head, failed to observe the test and sign the corresponding certificate back in early October. For this negligent behavior she resigned on 11 November 2020.

Illegal Alien Pedophile Arrested For Illegally Re-entering In Arizona

Convicted sex offender attempts to re-enter country in Arizona

Israel Chaj-Matul was arrested as part of a roundup of 13 illegal aliens who attempted to enter the country through Arizona. During processing, Chaj-Matul was revealed to be a registered sex offender in Florida who was found guilty in 2015 for sex offense crimes involving a minor.

The other 12 individuals who were detained attempting to enter the country were sent back over the border. For his part, Chaj-Matul will be federally prosecuted.

U.S. Customs And Border Protection:

U.S. Border Patrol agents arrested a registered sex offender after he illegally re-entered the country southwest of Sells, Arizona, Tuesday morning.

Tucson Sector agents patrolling remote trails on the Tohono O’odham Nation detected, tracked and arrested a group of 13 illegal aliens that entered the United States illegally through the desert. The group consisted of men, women and juveniles from Guatemala and Mexico.

While processing the group, agents learned one Guatemalan man, 38-year-old Israel Chaj-Matul, was a registered sex offender in Florida. Records revealed that Chaj-Matul was arrested in 2015 in Dade County and found guilty of sexual offenses against a child.

Chaj-Matul will be federally prosecuted for re-entry of a previously removed felon.

The other people encountered in the incident were expelled from the country under Title 42 authority. 

Tucson Sector Border Patrol arrested two other previously removed sex offenders, both Mexican nationals, earlier in the week. Both men were presented for criminal prosecution.

All people apprehended by the U.S. Border Patrol undergo criminal history checks using biometrics to ensure illegal aliens with criminal histories are positively identified.