Arizona Senate Will Issue Subpoenas to Inspect and Audit Dominion Ballot Counting Machines from Maricopa County
An Arizona state senator has announced that the Senate will issue subpoenas to inspect and audit Dominion machines used in Maricopa County.
Senator Eddie Farnsworth (R-Gilbert), who chairs the Arizona Senate Judiciary Committee, made the announcement Monday following a six-hour legislative hearing about the election.
“There is evidence of tampering, there is evidence of fraud,” Farnsworth said. He mentioned that an audit will hopefully “reinsert some confidence in our election process.”
“We hold and audit and we see what the outcome is. And then we can put this to rest,” he said.
Farnsworth is also concerned that many are too quick to dismiss all allegations of potential fraud as false, which silences legitimate questions and weakens confidence in the system.
“I do have a concern that the county is taking the position that it just can’t happen. There is a litany of white-collar crimes, digital crimes in the history of this country and this world of some very sophisticated people and the victims didn’t recognize it until some future time. I think it’s really, really dangerous for us to say, ‘It can’t happen.'”
Rudy Giuliani and Jenna Ellis, prominent members of Trump’s legal team, have previously expressed their belief that sizable voter fraud occurred in the state of Arizona.
We shall see what comes of this audit. Recent developments and time are increasingly not on President Trump’s side.