The Arizona Maricopa County Board of Supervisors called an emergency meeting for this morning at 10:00 am to address their concerns with the upcoming audit of the 2020 Maricopa County election results.
This Maricopa County Board of Supervisors just doesn’t want anyone looking into their 2020 election results. Therefore they have called an emergency meeting for this morning to discuss.
This comes in response to the Senate’s memo yesterday where they announced their selection of firms that will perform an audit on behalf of the Senate of the Maricopa County 2020 Presidential Election results.
Maricopa County is a material amount of the election results in Arizona in the 2020 election. As you can see roughly 2/3 of all Arizona votes were coming from Maricopa County.
So clearly it’s important to have the results right in Maricopa County. However, the Board of Supervisors in the county are doing all they can to hide the support for the results in the country in the 2020 Presidential election. Maricopa’s Board has sued the Senate to stop their attempted audit. Then when the Senate updated the law to enable them to perform the audit the Maricopa Board decided they could have an audit but only if the Board selected the auditors. The auditors selected by the Board, were claimed to be certified but we found they were not:
We then investigated the auditors who performed the audits for the County and they were not very professional in giving their clean bill of health of the 2020 election results:
Next, we reported that shredded ballots were located in the dumpster outside the County’s facility where 2020 ballots are currently being stored:
Now, this. Maybe, it’s time to make some arrests for obstructing justice?
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