Maricopa County Board of Supervisors to Arizona Senate – You Cannot Do Your Audit Here at the Tabulation Center – Where Do You Want the Ballots Delivered?

What is the effing problem with getting to the truth?

By Joe Hoft

Maricopa County Board of Supervisors held an emergency meeting yesterday in Arizona.  This was in response to Wednesday’s release from Arizona’s Senate announcing they put together the team of auditors to perform the audit of the Maricopa County 2020 Presidential results.

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Maricopa County is where Phoenix is located and it holds about two-thirds of the voting population in Arizona:

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At yesterday’s meeting, the Maricopa County Board of Supervisors continued to do all it could to not make it easy for the Senate to perform its audit.  The Supervisors have been doing this for months.  They even sued the Senate once in an attempt to not allow the Senate to perform an audit which is the Senate’s right.  At that time the Board of Supervisors argued that since the ballots were all sealed, they could not unseal the ballots for the audit because during the audit the ballots would have to be unsealed and the law says they have to keep them sealed?  The Senate updated state laws so this silly argument became moot and a judge also stepped in a sided with the Senate.

In yesterday’s meeting, the Maricopa Board of Supervisors said (as noted below) in short, you cannot do your audit here at the Tabulation Center, let us know where you want the ballots delivered.

Another day, another barrier from the Maricopa County Board of Supervisors.

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