With each U.S. Presidential election that passes by, there is a growing list of people who dislike the Dominion voting software. One individual who has long disliked it would be Wendy Rogers, who has made her mark as a feisty, Trump-supporting state senator from Arizona, and she is now calling for the arrest of the Maricopa County Board of Supervisors and the executives that are associated with the Dominion Voting Systems because they continue to refuse to comply with these senate-issued subpoenas.
Those who issued the subpoena were looking for information regarding the forensic audit of last year’s election, including such things as network logs, routers, ballots, and other important election data.
National FIle reported about a letter that had been sent to the state senate president, Karen Fann. This letter was sent from their attorney and it simultaneously claimed that they had sent over what was requested of them and they also were not going to send over items that “never existed.” The letter also went on to refuse to send the other requested information and items, including the routers. The Maricopa Board of Supervisors attorney reportedly offered several excuses, including a laundry list of security excuses that had already been debunked.
Board Chairman Jack Sellers continues to do damage control, and he is now saying that the Arizona Senate continues to just “deny reality”, arguing that the “election held in Maricopa County was one of the best-run elections in the United States” and claiming that the “real election experts all agree on that point.” He argued that “Maricopa County had long ago provided proof to the Arizona Senate all of the things that competent editors would need to affirm the accuracy and security of the November General Election,” and that these new demands are nothing more than “an attempt to distract attention from their botched audit and conspiracy-obsessed contractors.”
Of course, the individuals that run Dominion might be as crooked as a three-dollar bill, but they are anything but stupid. They have been watching how all of this interaction with the Maricopa County Board of Supervisors has gone down, and they are now emboldened with it, announcing that they too have no intention of cooperating with the subpoena either. They conveyed this in a statement from Dominion CEO John Poulos, where he wrote the following: “Dominion is not a public officer or public body, and therefore, has no obligation to make its records available for public inspection.” He added, “because the law has no application, Dominion will not produce or allow inspection of the materials requested in Senator Fann’s July 23 letter.”
Of course, state representative Wendy Rogers is not taking this obstinate stance lying down. She continues to call for arrests to be made, and she raged about it on Twitter, posting, “I would have arrested all of these people already if I had the power to do so.” She noted that stealing an election should have consequences, and it should be considered treason. Bravo, Wendy Rogers!