State Senator Sonny Borrelli has officially requested that Arizona Attorney General Brnovich investigate the Maricopa County Supervisors and their non-compliance on the subpoenas that they have ignored.
State Senator Wendy Rogers has also called for the Arizona Senate to act by placing the Maricopa County Supervisors and certain Dominion Voting officials into custody.
Because they are responsible for ignoring the subpoenas, Rogers said they should be put in “solitary confinement in prison” until the Senate receives the articles they legally demanded are handed over. She referred to them as treasonists.
AG Brnovich is now required by state law to arrest them in order to force compliance. If they continue to disobey the law, he can lock them up until they provide the evidence they have been hiding.
The audit cannot be completed without it.
Today I submitted a request for the Arizona Attorney General to investigate the Maricopa County Board of Supervisors for their failure to comply with subpoenas from the State Senate. The supervisors are acting as if they are above the law, and it is an insult to the citizens of our state.
President Fann has handled this process professionally and she has tried to be diplomatic while dealing with the attacks and insults from the Board. Enough is enough! The level of disrespect and contempt from the supervisors toward Senate leadership and Arizona voters is appalling.
Yesterday the Board of Supervisors ignored the subpoena deadline and failed to provide the routers used in the November election. They failed to provide passwords and security keys required to access tabulation devices. They failed to provide splunk logs and similar data.
I respectfully request the attorney General investigate this clear violation of the law. Arizonans expect no less.