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Dominion refuses to comply with subpoena in Marocopa County audit


Gateway PunditDominion Voting Systems released a very revealing statement on Thursday. The Denver-based company responded to the Arizona Senate’s demand for passwords to ballot tabulators. America’s Audit Director Ken Bennett told OAN earlier in the week that Dominion was refusing to comply with the subpoena to turn over the passwords.

This is really not something that should be optional. They need -- have a legal requirement -- to provide those passwords and admin access to allow the audit to proceed.

Mind you, until now, Dominion may not be a direct party in the case, meaning they are not legally bound to comply. But that should be a simple matter of bringing this to the judge and saying "Look, they have the admin access to the machines you already ruled we could get, and they won't provide it. Please order them to."

But given what has already been found, it's clear that all of this is just a series of delaying tactics. The election in Maricopa County, AZ was stolen. The cover-up proves it to my satisfaction. Which means it was stolen in Arizona overall. Which is not enough to flip the result to Trump... but proving that would put tremendous pressure on the other states involved in shenanigans to conduct proper audits.

This entry was published Thu May 13 23:21:15 CDT 2021 by TriggerFinger and last updated 2021-05-13 23:21:15.0. [Tweet]

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