Maricopa County’s Board of Supervisors has filed a notice of claim against the Arizona Senate in pursuit of a $2,833,220.00 settlement from the Senate to cover the cost of replacement voting machines.
In May, Arizona Secretary of State Katie Hobbs claimed that the voting machines were tampered with and no longer safe to use and urged the County to buy new ones.
Arizona Secretary of State Hobbs Says Election Machines in Audit Should Never Be Used Again… and We Agree – No Election Machines Should Ever Be Used Again
This made it clear that these machines were never safe to use in the first place.
Senate President Karen Fann responded to these claims, telling them that if they cannot run the same L&A tests, then the machines were never valid.
Arizona Senate President Karen Fann Debunks County’s ‘Need’ To Replace Machines
If the machines cannot undergo a full forensic audit, then they should have never been used in the first place.
The County Supervisors then threw another $3 MILLION of tax dollars away on new fraudulent voting machines.
They know that the machines were not tampered with during this fully transparent, 24/7 live-streamed full forensic audit but they are doing everything possible to discredit the process.
Today, Maricopa County Attorney Allister Adel sent the following letter to Senate President Karen Fann.
Senator Fann had the following response.
Fann: This is yet another publicity stunt by Maricopa County. This shows they prefer to shower taxpayer dollars on Dominion and lawyers, rather than having an honest conversation about the audit. Machines were not damaged or tampered with and they know it.
Liberal activist journalist revels in his team’s victory.
RESPONSE Arizona Senate President Karen Fann on Maricopa County notice of claim: “Yet another publicity stunt.” pic.twitter.com/dsAtuPmCtF
— Brahm Resnik (@brahmresnik) August 18, 2021
These people should be removed from office and arrested for their misuse of our money and refusal to comply with the audit.
They wasted $3 MILLION and now want Arizonans to pay the bill.
BREAKING: Maricopa County Issues AZ Senate $2.8 MILLION Notice
Source: The Gateway Pundit