Maricopa County’s Audits Sponsored by the County Board of Supervisors Specifically Noted Were Limited in Scope – Yet They Claim the Senate’s Audit Was Inadequate with No Such Limitations

 

Today Maricopa County Supervisor Jack Sellers responded to the Arizona Senate’s subpoena with one of the nastiest letters imaginable.  It was unprofessional and wrong.

The Arizona Senate asked for documents and hardware and Sellers replied ignoring this fact.

The irony of Sellers’ comments is that the two audits that the County spent over $100,000 on were worthless.

The audits sponsored by County officials like Sellers were worthless.

And when you look at the report from one audit firm, SLI Compliance, they claimed that it must not be used by anyone to claim the 2020 Election results were fine and accurate in Maricopa County, but that is exactly what the Democrats and RINOs did.

Maricopa County Officials must know that the results of the Senate’s audit are going to be nuclear.  It now appears that Sellers and company are resolved to scream and shout as a last resort.

Maricopa County’s Audits Sponsored by the County Board of Supervisors Specifically Noted Were Limited in Scope – Yet They Claim the Senate’s Audit Was Inadequate with No Such Limitations Maricopa County’s Audits Sponsored by the County Board of Supervisors Specifically Noted Were Limited in Scope – Yet They Claim the Senate’s Audit Was Inadequate with No Such Limitations Reviewed by STATION GOSSIP on 04:45 Rating: 5

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