Thousands Gather at ‘Stop the Steal’ Rally in Arizona

Thousands of people gathered in Phoenix, Arizona, over the weekend to protest for election integrity. NTD News spoke to attendees, including state officials who say there’s evidence the election was stolen.

“We’re not gonna give up,” said State Sen. Sonny Borrelli (R-Ariz.).

“We have proof,” said State Rep. Mark Finchem (R-Ariz.).

“Donald Trump won Arizona,” said Rep. Paul Gosar (R-Ariz.) “It was a big steal here, just like it was in Wisconsin, Michigan, Pennsylvania, and Georgia.”

“This election was absolutely stolen, the evidence is there, I just want people to do the right thing, that’s all I ask, and if you do the right thing, you’re gonna be on side of Donald Trump,” said State Rep. Anthony Kern (R-Ariz.).

Maricopa County voted not to comply with an audit of the voting machines.

“If nothing is wrong, what are you hiding, pure and simple,” said Borelli.

“The Maricopa county supervisors are now fighting those subpoenas,” said Finchem.

“They’re refusing to prove, that their election was held in good confidence and it was not corrupted, right now they are suppressing that evidence,” said Borelli.

People say they just want a fair election.

“If you don’t have a problem, then be transparent,” said Helene Breland. “We see with our own eyes, we hear with our own ears. You don’t steal from people, and there are 75 million Americans who say ‘we won’t take it.'”

Ali Alexander, the founder of “Stop the Steal,” says foreign forces are interfering with the elections: “There are foreign adversaries that have partnered with domestic enemies to subvert the will of the people.”

“You have China in, have Venezuela in, you have the Middle East in, and you have corruption,” said Kern.

The rally-goers are determined to fight until the end, until the truth comes out, and until justice prevails.

“We’re affirming with heaven, that it’s a positive outcome,” said Alexander.

“I’ll give up with the last breath that I take from this planet,” said Finchem.

“The will of the people will be heard so as long as I am standing,” said Alexander.

“Stop the Steal” is asking patriots to stand up for the elections every Saturday at noon at their local state capitols.