Dominion Voting Systems has been nothing but defiant with every aspect of the investigation and forensic audit happening in Maricopa County, Arizona.

While they have been able to hand-count ballots at least three times, run them through the machines to count them, and examine each ballot for the correct information, they have still been unable to gain access to the machines and devices because Dominion and the Maricopa County Board of Supervisors have actually been defying subpoenas and the law.

Dominion said in their statement:

“Dominion is not a public officer or public body and, therefore, has no obligation to make its records available for public inspection.”


“Relatedly, Dominion’s privately-owned security keys and confidential passwords are not “public records” subject to disclosure under the Law.”

Here’s where I think that they’re wrong. It doesn’t matter.

Why am I saying that? What if a subpoena was issued against me from a judge to turn over documents pursuant to a criminal investigation?

What would happen if I defied a subpoena for my electronic devices? My assumption is they would be seized. What’s the plan here?

In a letter sent to Senate President Karen Fann from their attorney, they simultaneously claimed that they had sent over what was needed, that what was demanded never existed, and further refused to send over other information and items, including the routers, offering multiple excuses including security issues which have already been repeatedly debunked.

In a statement, Board Chairman Jack Sellers said that the Arizona Senate is continuing to “deny reality,” and argued that “the election held in Maricopa County was one of the best-run elections in the United States,” claiming “real election experts all agree on that point.”

He argued that “Maricopa County long ago provided to the Arizona Senate everything competent auditors would need to affirm the accuracy and security of the November General Election,” and that new demands “are an attempt to distract attention from their botched audit and conspiracy-obsessed contractors.”

But you know what the best part about this is? It may not even matter that they’re defying the subpoena now because there is a new whistleblower who just released the admin password as well as some other very inciteful documents pertaining to all of this.

The group/person responsible for leaking this information said that there is much more to come, so stay tuned!


Daniel is a conservative syndicated opinion writer and amateur theologian. He writes about topics of politics, culture, freedom, and faith.

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