A citizens’ group in Arizona is suing over 2018, 2019, and 2020 elections because they were not held as prescribed by Arizona law.
This all leads back to our investigation of the outfits that certified the Arizona elections and were later used to do a mock audit of the results.
Neither of the two companies was certified when this selection was made. They did this to try to head off a genuine audit of the votes. That battle is ongoing.
The Maricopa County Board of Supervisors (MCBOS) would not permit the Arizona Senate from auditing the voting in the county. They went to court over it and lost.
They agreed to an audit, selecting two companies that only did audits to give Dominion Voting cover from being found out, both here and abroad.
The Gateway Pundit reported that they were not certified and within four hours of that article being published both companies were then certified.
From The Gateway Pundit
Let’s face it, if you are willing to steal a US Presidential Election, then you will do anything. Today’s actions by the EAC will shock you.
This morning we reported that the two ‘auditors’ selected in Arizona by the Maricopa County Board of Supervisors to perform an ‘audit’ of its 2020 election results had some notable issues.
The Maricopa Board of Supervisors limited their choices to two companies Pro V&V and SLI Compliance.
Pro V&V was also selected by Georgia’s corrupt Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger for a recent sham audit there. Secretary of State Raffensperger used Dominion-linked Pro V&V, an Alabama-based testing laboratory, to do the Georgia audit of the Dominion machines.
Now a group after reviewing Arizona law, claims that the 2018, 2019, and 2020 elections because they discovered that there was no compliance with one Arizona law. This could be serious. If they win their case the last three elections would be nullified. I don’t know how you can lock the gate after the cattle have gotten out. The same could hold true on legislation passed by any of those who held office at the time.
The suit makes the following point in the document below: