The Arizona Senate issued two subpoenas yesterday in regards to the 2020 presidential election audit currently underway in Maricopa County.
One was to the Maricopa Board of Supervisors and one to Dominion Voting Systems, and asked for the routers or “virtual images of the same” as well as the public IP of each router as part of a broader request for election-related materials.
Republican Arizona State Sen Wendy Rogers shared the documents in a tweet and warned the recipients, “I would not blow these off!”
Trump supporter Steve Ferguson was one of many respondents to Rogers and urged, “These need to be enforced by any means necessary.”
The Washington Examiner reported:
Bill Gates, a Republican member of the Maricopa County Board of Supervisors, revealed the development during an appearance Monday night on CNN.
“Right before I came on here, the board of supervisors received another subpoena from the state Senate ordering us to turn over the routers, in addition to some other information. And they threaten us in these papers that if we do not turn those over by Aug. 2 — so that’s next Monday — then we could be held in contempt,” he said.
(The Freedom Times) “I Would Not Blow These Off!” Sen. Wendy Rogers Warns As AZ Senate Issues Two New Subpoenas Over Forensic Audit
“Arizona senators issued two new subpoenas on Monday to Maricopa County and Dominion Voting Systems for materials needed to complete the forensic audit over the 2020 general election. Arizona State Senator Wendy Rogers shared the documents in a tweet, warning: ‘BREAKING: The Arizona Senate issues two more subpoenas today. One to the Maricopa Board of Supervisors and one to Dominion. I would not blow these off!'”