On Monday, the preliminary report on the Arizona Presidential election 2020 forensic audit was delivered to the State Senate and will be released to the public after a thorough review. A portion of the preliminary report has been delayed after three officials contracted Covid-19.
Though Maricopa County officials are refusing to comply with several subpoenas, they recently provided Senate auditors images of mail-in ballot envelopes. The envelopes will be analyzed after reports that signature verification measures were decreased over time, until eventually, they were accepting ballots with no signatures. Maricopa County is still in defiance of the legal and enforceable subpoenas requesting access to routers, Splunk logs, key fobs and Dominion’s systems. Kelli Ward brings us more details on One America News.