The new subpoena follows various claims from the team behind the Maricopa forensic audit, which have been much maligned by the mainstream press. Doug Logan, the CEO of Cyber Ninjas, the firm hired by the Arizona Senate to conduct the audit, told the Senate at hearings earlier this month that a large number of ballots contained duplicated serial numbers. He later confirmed 74,000 EV33 forms, for ballots received by Maricopa County, did not have matching EV32s, implying that they had not been sent.
To determine the accurate results from the 2020 election, states must forensically audit all ballots in an area and not samples. This can easily be done as Arizona is showing us.
More concerns have been raised about election irregularities in Fulton County, Georgia, where now-President Joe Biden’s narrow victory over Donald Trump in the state was heavily bolstered in the Democratic-majority count
Audits teed up in Wisconsin, Georgia, New Hampshire.
The Republican audit of Maricopa County, Arizona 2020 election ballots has already turned up “three serious issues.”
According to a letter from Karen Fann, President of the Arizona State Senate, sent to the Maricopa Board of Supervisors, the county continues to flout valid, legislative subpoenas, refusing to hand over virtual images of routers. The county has also allegedly failed to provide the passwords necessary to access vote tabulation devices for the audit.
‘If a thief robs a jewelry store (the 2020 election), the diamonds must be returned’
Newly released data show that the majority of former President Donald Trump’s supporters in the 2020 election were women and people of color.
After President Donald Trump was criticized for floating the idea of using ultraviolet light and injections of disinfectants to kill COVID-19 in humans, several defenders of his comments arose on social media.
The Arizona State Senate statement released on Thursday says that they will conduct a “broad and detailed” audit, adding that they will test voting machines, scan ballots, look for IT breaches, and perform a hand count.
Michigan, Wisconsin and Virginia court actions show some absentee ballot procedures imposed by Democrats violated state laws.