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Arizona | May 14, 2021

Arizona Election Auditors Claim Maricopa County Officials Deleted Databases from Voting Machines Before Handing Them Over

Arizona | May 14, 2021

Maricopa County election officials tampered with election records just days before the equipment was delivered to the Arizona Senate for the 2020 election audit, according to the Senate Liaison for the Maricopa County 2020 Forensic Election Audit.

Before the machines were turned over, a directory full of election databases was deleted by an administrator, resulting in spoliation of evidence, the Maricopa County Audit’s official Twitter account alleged in a tweet late Wednesday…

(Excerpts from the Tennessee Star)

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Arizona | May 13, 2021

AZ Sen Leads Powerful Prayer Outside Arizona Audit

Arizona | May 13, 2021

Last week, AZ Republican Senator Kelly Townsend led a powerful prayer in front of a large group of American patriots outside of the facility where the Maricopa County election audit was taking place.

Father God, we prostrate our hearts before you today.

We see the danger coming. We see the storm clouds have risen. But we are not afraid, because we know there is a legion of angels surrounding us.

God, we beseech you—Expose the fraud!

God, fill the hearts of the whistleblowers that they be strong. Lest they lose their jobs—there’s a better one waiting.

Father God, let not money and security be that which keeps our mouths closed, but open our mouths to speak the truth as to what has happened…

(Excerpts from the Populous Press)

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Arizona | May 13, 2021

Arizona Senators Back Off Subpoena Threat Over Audit, Ask Maricopa Officials to Attend Meeting on ‘Serious Issues’

Arizona | May 13, 2021

Arizona’s Senate has backed off from its threat to subpoena Maricopa County officials, instead asking them to voluntarily appear at a meeting next week to answer questions about “serious issues” that have been uncovered by a 2020 election audit.

Arizona Senate President Karen Fann, a Republican, asked Maricopa County Board of Supervisors Chairman Jack Sellers, also a Republican, on Wednesday to cooperate with the Senate to resolve the issues, including the county’s noncompliance with earlier subpoenas.

The county is refusing to supply routers or even images of routers used in connection with last year’s election, claiming doing so would pose a security risk. A Senate lawyer said last week the body would issue fresh subpoenas unless the requested material was produced, but instead Fann wrote a letter to Sellers seeking to convince him to cooperate voluntarily…

(Excerpts from the Epoch Times)

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Arizona | May 11, 2021

13 Percent of Maricopa County Ballots Counted in Audit So Far: Official

Arizona | May 11, 2021

About 13 percent of the nearly 2.1 million ballots cast in Maricopa County, Arizona in the 2020 election have been counted in an ongoing election audit, an official said Monday.

About 275,000 ballots have been reviewed so far by workers hired by companies tapped by the Arizona Senate, former Republican Secretary of State Ken Bennett told reporters at Arizona Veterans Memorial Coliseum.

The audit started on April 23. Workers take off Sundays. That means workers have processed about 20,000 ballots a day.

The firms, led by Florida-based Cyber Ninjas, are also inspecting machines used in the 2020 election.

Arizona’s Senate ordered the audit over election integrity concerns.

Democrat Joe Biden narrowly won Arizona over Republican Donald Trump. Many GOP voters and officials have alleged fraud occurred in Arizona and elsewhere. Republican Arizona Senate President Karen Fann has said she thinks the audit will uncover “irregularities.”..

(Excerpts from the Epoch Times)

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Arizona, Texas | May 7, 2021

Bi-Partisan Immigration Bill Introduced

Arizona, Texas | May 7, 2021

Two Senators John Cornyn (R-TX) and Kyrsten Sinema (D-AZ) and two U.S. Representatives Henry Cuellar (D-TX-28) and Tony Gonzales (R-TX-23) introduced a bipartisan immigration bill on Apr. 22. The bicameral legislation called The Bipartisan Border Solutions Act, or S.1358, is a response to the surge at the border.

According to the press release on the subject of the proposed bill:

“The bill would improve both the Department of Homeland Security’s and the Department of Justice’s capacity to manage migration influxes and adjudicate asylum claims in a timely manner, protect unaccompanied migrant children, reduce impact on local communities, ensure migrants are treated fairly and humanely, and ultimately deter those who do not have realistic asylum claims from placing themselves in danger by making the treacherous journey to our southern border.”..

(Excerpts from uncoverdc.com)

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Arizona | May 7, 2021

Sinema Blasts Biden Admin, Blows up Narrative About Border, ‘This Is a Crisis’

Arizona | May 7, 2021

One practice the Biden regime has been fond of is suddenly dropping off migrants in random towns along the border and saying essentially, “Here, you deal with them.” Needless to say, some border towns — who have already suffered through the pandemic restrictions — don’t have the capacity to deal with the migrants. But they shouldn’t have to because this isn’t the way the federal government should be dealing with the issue.

Now, one Democratic senator, who has already been giving the Biden regime some headaches on other issues, is speaking out.

Sen. Kyrsten Sinema (D-AZ), who lives in the border state of Arizona, has seen the problems first hand. She’s not a happy camper. She’s letting everyone know that she doesn’t think this is acceptable from the Biden team…

(Excerpts from Red State)

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