The Maricopa County, Arizona, Board of Supervisors refuses to allow a forensic audit of the Dominion Voting System machines used in the 2020 election despite legislative subpoenas demanding an independent audit.
The Arizona Senate Judiciary Committee had set a deadline to hand the machines over for audit by Friday at 5:00 p.m.
“The goal is to verify the machines did what they are supposed to do,” Senate President Karen Fann said.
The committee and voters are concerned that the Dominion systems “flipped” votes from Trump to Biden after counting paused for several hours late on November 3rd.
When the investigation was announced on Dec. 4, State Sen. Michelle Ugenti-Rita (R), said that Maricopa County’s Board of Supervisors “is supportive of conducting an independent audit of their voting software and equipment.”
“It is important we maintain all of the voting public’s confidence in our elections, and this is a positive step,” she added.
Since the board had so far failed to comply, the Judiciary Committee issued subpoenas on Wednesday to force the turnover of the machines.
In a complete flip from their earlier position, the Board of Supervisors today voted to file a complaint in Arizona Superior Court to prevent the investigation.
The subpoena of the machines comes after a forensic audit of Dominion Voting Systems in Antrim County, Michigan, turned up systemic fraud and actions taken to hide the fraud. That report has, unfortunately, largely gone unreported in mainstream media and is unlikely to get much attention going forward.
With the Antrim findings made public, Maricopa County’s action raise suspicion.
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