BREAKING: Arizona Senate Serves Maricopa County With Subpoena for Routers, Ballot Envelopes, Voter Databases | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

BREAKING: Arizona Senate Serves Maricopa County With Subpoena for Routers, Ballot Envelopes, Voter Databases

The Arizona Senate have served Maricopa County with another subpoena relating to the forensic audit of the 2020 election, asking for ballot envelopes, routers, and voter databases, among other requests.

The news about the subpoena was broken late Monday on CNN by Bill Gates, one of the RINO members of the Maricopa Board of Supervisors. “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,” Gates said. “And they threaten us in these papers that if we do not turn those over by August 2nd, so that’s next Monday, then we could be held in contempt,” he continued. The subpoena, posted to Twitter by ABC15’s Garrett Archer, included requests to Maricopa County for:

Any reports and documents related to any breach of the voter registration server, the Maricopa County Recorder’s Office systems, or any other aspect of the Maricopa County elections systems at any time within six months of the election.

All ballot envelopes and digital images of those ballots.

Usernames, passwords, and other such information for the ballot tabulation devices, at all levels of access.

The voter registration database for Maricopa County, including the history of all changes made to that database.

All routers used in connection with the election, and the public IP of the routers.
Network logs related to any administrative system for the election.

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