President Trump On Maricopa Audit: ‘What Is Going On? Give The Routers!

Everyone is waiting for the results of Maricopa County’s audit. But, it is still not over because the routers are turned over from Maricopa County.

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They are very suspicious because of their unique IP addresses of any traffic on the election night. Also, there would be proof if someone digitally added Biden’s votes.

If the auditors require routers to finish the audit, then why now give them over?

Trump again repeated what we were talking all the time about the RINO Maricopa County Board of Supervisors and their routers.

Trump asked: ‘’ What are they trying to hide?’’

The AZ Senate subpoenaed the net routers from Maricopa County, but it refused to comply!

Maricopa County declined the subpoena because the cost to replace the routers would reach $6 million.

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If we were issued a subpoena and rejected, we would be punished with monetary sanctions or prison! But, when Maricopa County breaks the law, what?

Newsmax reported on this case:

The Republican-held Arizona Senate originally subpoenaed the internet routers from the county polling places, but the county rejected the request, claiming it would cost $6 million to replace them. A similar claim led Arizona Secretary of State Katie Hobbs to destroy voting machines that were inspected by auditors.

Officials skeptical of election fraud argued that Hobbs’ claim the voting machines could be compromised by auditors is evidence they are indeed vulnerable to tampering. The voting machines audited would not be used in future elections, Hobbs said, but Arizona Republicans noted they would have been subjected to the inspection and certification process in place in the state.

Also, with respect to the routers subpoena, Maricopa County Sheriff Paul Penzone has said law enforcement security would have been jeopardized, the Arizona Mirror reported.

Auditors argue the routers are critical to finishing a complete report on election vulnerabilities, but Maricopa County election officials say the voting machines were not connected to the internet.

According to CyFir CEO Ben Cotton, one of the subcontractors doing the audit, submitting the routers for inspection would not compromise security, according to the Mirror.

They have something to hide! Firstly the audit was supposed to be finished until May 14.

Below you can watch this Rumble video, a discussion about Maricopa’s refusal to give the routers in
May! Not much has changed until today!

We don’t know what the truth is, but the time will tell us!

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