Two subpoenas have been issued, one for an audit of voting machines, and the other requiring election officials to turn over 2.1 million ballots.
The Arizona State Senate has issued subpoenas to conduct a forensic exam of voting machines in Maricopa County, and to examine all ballots. Votes were cast in this county using Dominion Voting Systems machines and software.
State Representative Mark Finchem chaired the Arizona hearing on election fraud on November 30 at the Hyatt Regency in downtown Phoenix, and has taken a serious interest in getting to the bottom of the allegations of election fraud in his state.
Christina Bobb, of One America News, interviewed Finchem about the 11-hour hearing, which led to the state legislature’s decision to issue these subpoenas.
“Had the hearing been at the capitol, only a handful of people would have been able to be present to see the evidence and hear the testimony… The fact that we were denied a hearing at the House actually played very well because we were able to get it in front of not just 160 people-150 people at the venue, but also to hundreds of thousands of thousands of Americans who had an interest in knowing what the heck was going on in Arizona,” Finchem said.
“This is specifically focused on Maricopa County… Maricopa County controls roughly three-fifths of the votes in the entire state… If things go sideways, that’s the place that someone would target for them to go sideways. There is a belief that we’ll see the same thing in the Dominion equipment and software here that we saw in Antrim County,” Finchem continued, referring to Antrim County, Michigan, where a recent audit found serious errors in Dominion voting machines.
Due to the fact that Maricopa County uses the same Dominion software as Antrim County, it is expected that they will see the same errors that caused the rate of ballots being rejected for adjudication in the Michigan county to be 68%.
“Federal law requires an error rate of no more than 0.0008%, which is exceptionally small, and Antrim County was 68%. It’s unequivocal that that is a fraudulent election,” Finchem said.
The error rate was discovered after an audit of Dominion Voting Systems machines in Antrim County, which was conducted by Allied Security Operations Group.
“We conclude that the Dominion Voting System is intentionally and purposefully designed with inherent errors to create systemic fraud and influence election results,” the audit report read.
“The system intentionally generates an enormously high number of ballot errors. The electronic ballots are then transferred for adjudication. The intentional errors lead to bulk adjudication of ballots with no oversight, no transparency, and no audit trail. This leads to voter or election fraud,” the report added.
“Based on our study, we conclude that The Dominion Voting System should not be used in Michigan. We further conclude that the results of Antrim County should not have been certified,” the report continued.
One day prior to the subpoenas being issued in Arizona, state and county officials tried convincing legislators that voter fraud is just a conspiracy, but Senate Judiciary Chairman Eddie Farnsworth saw the evidence and announced that he was issuing subpoenas.
“There is evidence of tampering. There is evidence of fraud,” the Republican chairman stated.