The hand audit of the 2020 Presidential election in Arizona is getting so uncomfortable for the Democrats that they are getting are bringing to look reckless in their resistance to the slightest transparency. Here is an update.
“Arizona’s Senate told Maricopa County on Friday that it would issue subpoenas for live testimony from the county’s Board of Supervisors unless it received the materials that are being withheld,” the Epoch Times reported on Saturday.
“We’ve been asked to relay that the Senate views the County’s explanations on the router and passwords issues as inadequate and potentially incorrect,” a lawyer for the Senate said in an email to county officials.
The Arizona Senate subpoenaed a slew of election materials, such as ballots, following the 2020 election. Lawmakers also issued subpoenas for election machines, passwords, and other technology.
As I have been reporting, far left Katie Hobbs, the Democrat Secretary of State, has been using the power of her office to resist the will of the Arizona people thus far. Still, she may be running out of time as this email carries a real threat to her Marxist agenda.
In a shocking expose of the amount of power that was given to Dominion Voting Systems, showing that they have more power over the election than the government does, passwords to monitor the machines that counted the votes were not available to election officials.
The county has also informed the Senate’s audit liaison, former Republican Secretary of State Ken Bennett, that it does not have passwords to access administrative functions on Dominion Voting Systems machines that were used to scan ballots during the election.
“They’ve told us that they don’t have that second password, or that they’ve given us all the passwords they have. They’ve also told us that they now can’t, as they promised a couple weeks ago, provide our subcontractors with the virtual access to the routers and hubs and other things at the Maricopa County tabulation and election center, as was part of the subpoenas,” Bennett told One America News at the site of the audit in Phoenix.
There seems to be a bit of a run around going on, with people refusing to give lawmakers the information they need to perform the legal audit ordered by the Arizona Senate, presenting a real dilemma.
Making the case perfectly that outside machines should never again be allowed to tabulate voter’s ballots in a state or federal election again, Dominion Machines claims they have the right to deny anyone access because they own the machines.
“It’s like leasing a car and they refuse to give you the keys. They’re supposed to be running the election. You know what’s wrong? Sometimes these vendors have too much power, and we’re voting on secret software, and that’s why this recount down here is very important,” Bennett told news reporters.
“The specific password and security tokens Ken Bennett referenced this week provide access to proprietary firmware and source code. Elections administrators do not need to access this information to hold an election, and we do not have it in our custody,” Jack Sellers said in a statement, protecting Dominion and the Democrats from the consequences of public scrutiny.
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