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Arizona Certifies Rating for Biden Throughout Election Integrity Listening to

The state of Arizona upheld the state's eleven votes for Joe Biden at the same time as a legislature hearing was held on electoral integrity.

President Trump's attorneys Rudy Giuliani and Jenna Ellis attended the hearing along with members of the Arizona Legislature.

Ducey: "We're doing good elections here in Arizona"

Arizona officials confirmed the election results for Biden on Monday morning.

Republican Governor Doug Ducey and Attorney General Mark Brnovich, as well as Democratic Secretary of State Katie Hobbs and Supreme Court Justice Robert Brutinel, signed the results in Phoenix.

Today we signed the canvas for the 2020 Arizona elections. I am grateful to the voters, the county electoral offices, the county clerk's offices, and the electoral workers across the state for their commitment to the success of our electoral system. @SecretaryHobbs @GeneralBrnovich pic.twitter.com/vdjhuQosZd

– Doug Ducey (@dougducey) November 30, 2020

"I've said several times, Arizona is a good government state," Ducey said in an interview with Fox News. “I trust our voting system. Our voting system is of integrity. Joe Biden won Arizona. "

“We're making good choices here in Arizona. The system is strong and that's why I've bragged about it so much, ”added Ducey.

Hobbs, who criticized allegations of election fraud, also praised the confirmation of the results. "Despite the unprecedented challenges, the Arizonians stood up for our democracy," Hobbs said.

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"Every Arizona voter has my thanks and should know that they can be proud that, despite numerous unsubstantiated claims to the contrary, this election was transparent, accurate and fair in accordance with Arizona law and electoral procedures," she continued.

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Trump supporters gather outside of the integrity hearing

When the election results were confirmed, an election integrity hearing was held just a few miles away, hosted by members of the Arizona legislature, with the participation of Trump campaign lawyers Ellis and Giuliani.

State Representative Mark Finchem State said lawmakers hope to "hear testimony and see evidence related to allegations of electoral compromise in connection with the 2020 election".

Allegations made at the hearing, as well as previous allegations, are certainly controversial.

Trump supporters gathered outside the hotel to support the hearing, which was sponsored by Arizona Congressman Paul Gosar.

"Bring your flags and let's fight for our country and expose the fraudulent vote," tweeted Gosar.

A number of Trump supporters gathered in downtown Phoenix today for the public hearing of the Trump legal team in Arizona. #Arizona #Phoenix # Election2020 pic.twitter.com/FKy3HYoXyQ

– Brendan Gutenschwager (@BGOnTheScene) November 30, 2020

Chants from "Another four years!" in downtown Phoenix as the crowd of Trump supporters grows this morning #Arizona #Phoenix # Election2020 pic.twitter.com/YLha7eNIlT

– Brendan Gutenschwager (@BGOnTheScene) November 30, 2020

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AZ Foreign Secretary called Trump supporters neo-Nazis

It may come as no surprise that President Trump's supporters were skeptical of the election results, as Hobbs has made it clear that not only is she the left, but she also slandered the same Trump supporters as neo-Nazis.

"(President Trump) has made it clear that he's more interested in getting to his neo-Nazi base than being (President) for all Americans," Hobbs tweeted in 2017.

. @ realDonaldTrump has made it clear he's more interested in getting to his neo-Nazi base than being @POTUS for all Americans.

– Katie Hobbs (@katiehobbs) August 15, 2017

Conservative Hollywood actor James Woods suggested that Hobbs step down from her position to reassure Republican voters.

"This woman calls every Trump voter a 'Nazi,'" said Woods. "As Secretary of State for Arizona, she will be responsible for every recount. Shouldn't she retire after she sacked half of the voters in her state?"

This woman calls every Trump voter a "Nazi". As Secretary of State for Arizona, she will be responsible for every recount. Shouldn't she retire after sacking half of the voters in her state? pic.twitter.com/i7EMngdeiR

– James Woods (@RealJamesWoods) November 12, 2020

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