Arizona Supervisors Call Emergency Meeting

( The 2020 election audit for Maricopa County in Arizona uncovered something deeply puzzling this week.

In a letter to the Maricopa Board of Supervisors on Wednesday, Arizona Senate President Karen Fann outlined three serious issues that have “arisen in the course of the Senate’s ongoing audit of the returns.”

In addition to on-going non-compliance with subpoenas and concerns regarding chain of custody, Fann informed the Board of Supervisors that the primary Election Management System database appears to have been deleted.

“This removes election related details that appear to have been covered by the subpoena,” Fann wrote.

The database for the EMS Software, “Results Tally and Reporting” could not be located on any of the EMSPrimary machine, “even though all of the EMS Clients reference that machine as the location of the database.”

Given that, Fann concludes that all election-related data for the 2020 Election has been removed.

“Can you please advise as to why these folders were deleted, and whether there are any backups that may contain the deleted folders?” Fann writes.

Fann concludes her letter by requesting the Board of Supervisors Chairman Jack Sellers, along with “any other officers or employees of Maricopa County,” as well as election officials appear before a hearing at the Arizona State Capitol this coming Tuesday, May 18.

In response to Fann’s letter, Maricopa County Board of Supervisors held an emergency meeting on Thursday, May 13 to discuss “legal advice regarding the Senate seeking a hearing and press event on Tuesday May 18th to discuss unfounded allegations against the county.”

From the wording of the announcement, it is clear the Board of Supervisors is denying the claim that the primary EMS database has been deleted. The announcement concludes by saying “These reckless allegations have and are causing confusion and agitation at the State Legislature.”

On Saturday, President Trump released a statement regarding the claim that the databases have been deleted. Calling the purported deletion illegal, Mr. Trump writes, “Mark Brnovich, the Attorney General of Arizona, will now be forced to look into this unbelievable Election crime. Many Radical Left Democrats and weak Republicans are very worried about the fact that this has been exposed.”

According to The Conservative Treehouse, there are “growing suspicions the database was not deleted, but rather the results files were always connected to an external database and that is what the Board of Supervisors are really trying to hide.”