After nearly a year of throwing stones at the Arizona Senate for access to routers, spunk logs and other subponad items used to rig the 2020 presidential election, Maricopa County continues to deny even the Arizona Attorney General!
AZ Attorney General Mark Brunovich has certified the fraudulent election, and he is certifying the cover-up by allowing the county to continue withholding election machines and data.
Arizona Senate President Karen Fan recently asked in a tweet what they are hiding now.
Maricopa does not seem to want to comply with AG’s request for BOS documents. What are they hiding now? pic.twitter.com/Ar7XQlxj9T
– Karen Fann (@FannKfann) March 20, 2022
“Apparently, they’re just handing over what they want,” Fan told Gateway Pundit.
During a full forensic audit of the Arizona Senate on the Maricopa County 2020 election, Maricopa County refused to comply with legal and enforceable subpoenas for routers and splunk logs. Arizona State Senator Sonny Borelli eventually had to request AG Brunovich’s intervention to reach a settlement agreement between the county and the Senate.
John Shedg, a former U.S. congressman who serves as special master at the settlement deal, oversees the final process.
Due to this non-compliance issue, which lasted several months, a full forensic audit of Maricopa County is still in the final stages of analyzing the routers and splint logs used in the 2020 election. Gateway pundits previously reported questions to Special Master John Shedg.
Despite the ongoing process, the Arizona audit found inconsistencies in more than 700,000 ballots, and Arizona State Representative Mark Finchem introduced a resolution annulling the 2002 presidential election.
President Fan had previously indicated that the final process would probably end later this month.
A local patriot said this nonsense. Attorney General Brunovich must maintain law and order!
They have been doing stonewalling for almost two years.
Who can see this coming?
Can we stop playing around and seize documents? https://t.co/qse7xnAveg
– Stunned Debris Domino (uRuinsRevisited) March 20, 2022
Requested by Dr. Shiva’s Ballot Signature Analysis, the Arizona Electoral Integrity Unit made the following request to Mericopa County:
Copies of all voter examples in the voter registration file;
All notations in the voter record relating to inequality recorded in the EVRT / EV26 system;
Records and / or documents (including call logs or notations made on voter records) relating to all attempts to contact voters to correct or confirm any inconsistent signatures for any election cycle, including the nature of those calls; And
Mark the signature used as the starting point for the comparison of the 2020 statewide general election.
Maricopa County ballot affidavits must provide information regarding batch signing and the previously denied request regarding the 2020 election procedure.
See the full request from Arizona AG here.
What is hidden in Maricopa County?
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