It should be a VERY Interesting summer.
Sources say Maricopa County’s audit findings will be published in a final report which will be ready some time in August of this year.
We could see certain findings made public or leaked before that time, but the final report is slated for August.
I wonder exactly what the report will reveal, but the more we see coming out of other states like Georgia the more I think this report will contain some VERY substantial things.
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Here’s more on Maricopa County’s audit:
Not many journalists are willing to give the #ArizonaAudit a clear & fair look— journalists like George have the integrity to report what’s actually happening in Maricopa County:
an extremely thorough and thoughtful audit to ensure our elections are free & fair! pic.twitter.com/r21hC3HrJQ
— Eric Greitens (@EricGreitens) June 12, 2021
Did you hear that AZ legislature stated. If the margin of victory was 10,427 votes. Currently Maricopa County is missing 100,000 ballots. They will decertify the vote. Can’t wait to see the audit report.
— Ray L (@rayl1975) June 12, 2021
The Epoch Times confirmed when the report would be finished:
The final report for the 2020 election audit taking place in Arizona’s largest county is not expected to be out until August, an official involved with the work says.
Led by Cyber Ninjas, which was hired by the Arizona Senate, auditors are working on evaluating ballots after finishing their ballot recount, save less than 100 braille ballots.
The ballot evaluation is supposed to wrap up by the end of June—the Senate is slated to vacate the Veterans Memorial Coliseum, where the audit is taking place, by July 1—but there will be a few weeks worth of additional work after that, Ken Bennett, a former Arizona Republican secretary of state, told The Epoch Times.
“We’ve got the remainder of June to do what we’re doing here at the coliseum. Then there’s a few weeks probably of work on checking the envelope signatures, and looking at voter registration anomalies, and this work that we want to do on the retabulation, so maybe that takes up some or most of July, and then the auditors are going to need a few to several weeks to put the report together,” said Bennett, the Arizona Senate’s liaison for the audit.
"…this is likely the reason why Maricopa County officials have been fighting the audit, hiring lawyers and positioning themselves in an attempt to undermine the chain-of-custody of the ballots." #Arizona #Election2020 #JoeBiden #Trump #MaricopaAudithttps://t.co/cPdjvcaA9c
— patriot_X (@patriotX_6) June 14, 2021
— Dixie T 🇺🇸 (@DixT3) June 16, 2021
NTD News reported that Arizona’s AG is staunchly protecting the audit from legal interference:
Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich told the Department of Justice (DOJ) that his office “will not tolerate” any efforts to thwart the 2020 election audit currently underway in Maricopa County, the largest county in the state.
“My office is not amused by the DOJ’s posturing and will not tolerate any effort to undermine or interfere with our State Senate’s audit to reassure Arizonans of the accuracy of our elections,” Brnovich told Attorney General Merrick Garland in a letter on Monday. “We stand ready to defend federalism and state sovereignty against any partisan attacks or federal overreach.”
It comes days after Garland announced on June 11 that the DOJ “will double the division’s enforcement staff for protecting the right to vote.” The DOJ is also scrutinizing new laws that Garland said “seek to curb voter access” and “will apply the same scrutiny to post-election audits.”
Brnovich, citing the 10th Amendment and the election provisions in Articles I and II under the U.S. Constitution, told Garland that his statements on June 11 were “troubling” and “displayed an alarming disdain for state sovereignty.”