The Maricopa Board of Supervisors has voted 4-1 to refuse to comply with legislative subpoenas to turn over Dominion voting machines for a forensic audit.
Instead of supporting transparency and making sure there was a free and fair election, they will be filing a complaint in Superior Court.
Clint Hickman, a Republican member of the Board of Supervisors, said that being served with the subpoenas was like “a slap in the face,” after claiming they had done all they could to “give them a full scope of what this election, and how it transpired, the processes, the people behind it, the machinery, the software”:
BREAKING REPORT: Arizona’s Maricopa County Board of Supervisors WILL NOT COMPLY with the subpoenas to turn over Dominion machines for a forensic audit.
— Chuck Callesto (@ChuckCallesto) December 18, 2020
Subpoenas were issued for the machines by the Arizona Senate Judiciary earlier this week.
“The goal is to verify the machines did what they are supposed to do,” Senate President Karen Fann said.
JUST IN – #Arizona, Maricopa County Board of Supervisors will not comply with the subpoenas to turn over Dominion voting machines for a forensic audit. Instead, they are filing a complaint in Superior Court.pic.twitter.com/Knq4rl17Fg
— Disclose.tv (@disclosetv) December 18, 2020
“I had to then feel that those subpoenas were predetermined no matter what I went there to say, no matter what our legal team went down there to say… I have a letter that I have written to Senate President Fann that will hopefully get back to the legislature quickly. I’ve been clear to the public and the legislature: A forensic audit will be done,