Article: Top Arizona Senator Asks State AG to Investigate Maricopa County Over Subpoena Resistance

Election 2020, Election Fraud

Top Arizona Senator Asks State AG to Investigate Maricopa County Over Subpoena Resistance

A top Republican senator in Arizona is asking the state’s attorney general to probe Maricopa County officials over their refusal to fully comply with subpoenas deemed lawful by a judge.

Arizona Senate Majority Whip Sonny Borrelli submitted a formal request on Tuesday to Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich, a fellow Republican, to probe the county’s Board of Supervisors for the failure to comply.

“The supervisors are acting as if they are above the law, and it is an insult to the citizens of our state,” Borrelli said in a statement.

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Article: Breaking: Twitter Suspends All Election Audit ‘War Room’ Accounts; Senator Wendy Rogers Predicts She Will Be Next

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Breaking: Twitter Suspends All Election Audit ‘War Room’ Accounts; Senator Wendy Rogers Predicts She Will Be Next

Earlier today Twitter permanently suspended all nine of the official ‘Audit War Room’ accounts from its platform.

The accounts were a main source for breaking updates and were banned as part of big tech’s continued attempt to shield the public from the stunning revelations being found regarding the fraudulent 2020 election.

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Article: 2020 Election Security Procedures Violated – Why The County Will Not Provide Routers, Splunk Logs, Fobs – INDICT THE SUPERVISORS!

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2020 Election Security Procedures Violated – Why The County Will Not Provide Routers, Splunk Logs, Fobs – INDICT THE SUPERVISORS!

Maricopa County still has not provided answers or complied with the Arizona Senate subpoenas after the earth-shattering hearing last Wednesday.

One of the major concerns presented by audit officials surrounded the administrative account passwords and the missing event logs that were deleted by 37,646 consecutive login queries in one day.

Every election Administrator account, no matter the user, all have the same password.

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Article: Cyber Ninjas’ Doug Logan on Maricopa’s Missing 74,000 Ballots: ‘74,000 EV33 Forms That Did Not Have Matching EV32s’

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Cyber Ninjas’ Doug Logan on Maricopa’s Missing 74,000 Ballots: ‘74,000 EV33 Forms That Did Not Have Matching EV32s’

Doug Logan, the CEO of Cyber Ninjas, has confirmed that 74,000 EV33 forms, for ballots received by Maricopa County, did not have matching EV32s, implying that they had not been sent.

Arizona State Senator Wendy Rogers, who has been one of the most pro-audit members of the Arizona Legislature, posted a statement on Twitter from Logan on Friday, confirming that out of the EV33 forms in the Maricopa County audit, 74,000 of them did not have matching EV32s. “EV33s are for received ballots, while EV32s are for sent ballots,” Logan explained. This means that there was no record of those ballots ever being sent out to these voters.

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Article: BREAKING EXCLUSIVE: Five Counties in Michigan Will Likely Break the Law and a Cease and Desist Order by Erasing 2020 Election Data from Their Voting Machines

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BREAKING EXCLUSIVE: Five Counties in Michigan Will Likely Break the Law and a Cease and Desist Order by Erasing 2020 Election Data from Their Voting Machines

Five Michigan counties are allegedly moving ahead with guidance from the state that is likely to erase all activities on the voting machines in the county.  A Cease and Desist order was mailed to the counties but these few counties may move forward anyways.

At least five counties in Michigan are reportedly moving ahead with the destruction of data from the 2020 Election on the voting equipment they used in the election.  The problem with this is that the procedure that the vendor is performing reportedly removes all data from the machines but federal law states that information related to the 2020 Election is to be maintained in safekeeping for 22 months after the election.

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Article: AZ Republican State Sen. Wendy Rogers Calls for New Election

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AZ Republican State Sen. Wendy Rogers Calls for New Election

Arizona Republican State Sen. Wendy Rogers has been leading the charge on the audit in Maricopa County as well as urging other states to also launched election audits.

Rogers kicked things up a notch this week when she called for the decertification of the election results in Arizona.

“Don’t be the politician left holding the bag when this fraud is proven nationwide. There is still time to get with the program and do the right thing,” Rogers tweeted.

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Article: BUSTED: Maricopa County Elections Official DEMANDED Pens Before the Elections And SHARPIES On Election Day

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BUSTED: Maricopa County Elections Official DEMANDED Pens Before the Elections And SHARPIES On Election Day

A newly released email from Maricopa County Elections Assistant Director Kelly Dixon confirms the Sharpiegate scandal.

We learned on Wednesday that the Arizona audit discovered ballots were printed incorrectly and on thin paper stock that allows for ink bleed-throughs.

In an email dated October 22, 2020, Dixon writes to notify election clerks that they must issue ballpoint pens every day prior to Election Day.

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Article: Arizona Audit Report Will Show ‘Significant Discrepancies’: Arizona State Senators Share Claim On Social Media

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Arizona Audit Report Will Show ‘Significant Discrepancies’: Arizona State Senators Share Claim On Social Media

As the Maricopa County election audit continues in Arizona, a prominent state senator appeared to agree with remarks from an account following the election that the audit will show “significant discrepancies between the ballots audited and the original ballot count.”

The Maricopa County ballots were counted, inspected, and returned to the county last week. It counted 2,089,563 ballots.

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Article: Arizona’s Maricopa County Will Replace All Voting Machines After Audit

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Arizona’s Maricopa County Will Replace All Voting Machines After Audit

Authorities in Maricopa County, Arizona, announced they will replace all voting machines following a Senate-ordered audit of the county’s 2020 election results.

The Maricopa County Board of Supervisors, which oversees elections in the county, issued a response to a letter sent by Arizona Secretary of State Katie Hobbs, saying the county “shares [her] concerns” that the integrity and security of the Dominion Voting Systems machines and ballots might have been compromised during the audit.

“Accordingly, I write to notify you that Maricopa County will not use the subpoenaed election equipment in any future election,” said the letter, dated Monday. And in a news release, the county pledged to “never use equipment that could pose a risk to free and fair elections,” suggesting that the auditors may have compromised the machines.

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Article: Arizona GOP Lawmakers Strip Powers from Controversial Secretary of State Katie Hobbs

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Arizona GOP Lawmakers Strip Powers from Controversial Secretary of State Katie Hobbs

The GOP-controlled Arizona Legislature has voted to revoke the Democratic Secretary of State Katie Hobbs’ legal authority in election-related lawsuits, handing that power to the attorney general.

The measure was included in major budget legislation, including several actions revolving around the election.

It now goes to Republican Gov. Doug Ducey, who has the power to accept or reject individual parts of the measure.

Attorney General Mark Brnovich has sparred with Hobbs before over election lawsuits.

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Article: Pennsylvania Senate Passes Constitutional Amendment to Require Voter ID For All Ballots

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Pennsylvania Senate Passes Constitutional Amendment to Require Voter ID For All Ballots

The Pennsylvania Senate on Wednesday passed a bill that would amend the state constitution to require that voters present identification each time they cast a ballot.

The measure, SB735, passed in a 30-20 vote, mostly along partisan lines. The proposal was backed by all Republicans and a single Democrat.

Currently, state voters are only required to present identification the first time they vote at a polling station. The measure would require some form of verification every time a ballot is cast, including when voting by mail. It also proposes amending the voting age in the Pennsylvania Constitution from 21 to 18, making it consistent the U.S. Constitution.

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