AZ Attorney General Opens ‘Formal Investigation’ Into The 2020 Election

According to his statements, “people will be held accountable for breaking the law”

The Arizona County Attorney General Mark Brnovich has opened up a ‘formal investigation ‘into Maricopa County election officials’ misconduct due to the revelations in Arizona’s independent election audit.

This was just announced by State senate President, Karen Fann on “The Conservative Circus” with James T. Harris.

Here’s the podcast, in which they discussed the AG’s investigation, and the following election laws changes.

“Some of that report is inconclusive and so we will have supplemental reports coming,” Fann said. “And the reason why it is inconclusive is because Maricopa County did not turn over the routers, did not over the Splunk logs. They have now admitted before Congress that they deleted files the day before everything was supposed to be turned in and over to us.”

“They admitted in Congress that, actually, they said that they had to delete them to make room for an upcoming election,” she continued. “However, congressmen then pointed out that there were still elections on the server from previous – before 2020, and they couldn’t explain why that was.”

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“When they said, ‘don’t worry, the deleted files are on a backup archive,’ and Congressman Biggs said ‘did you turn that over to the auditors in the Senate’? they said, ‘well, no, they didn’t subpoena our backup archives.”

“So, this is the stuff we have been putting up from day one,” Fann said, adding “our audit was pretty darn good, and we’re not done yet.”

Regarding Mark’s investigation, Fann added:

“He has opened up a formal investigation,’ Fann said of the Attorney General. “He is seeking not only all the information we have, but he is digging further into information that other people have gathered, even outside of the audit. So – that’s his job. He is going to hold people accountable.”

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