The Maricopa County Board of Supervisors will hold a special meeting today at 4:45 p.m. to discuss possible action regarding election subpoena, compliance, and litigation.
Last month, The Gateway Pundit reported that Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich dropped the hammer on the County Supervisors, giving them 30 days to comply with legislative subpoenas for routers, splunk logs, access keys, etc., or lose millions of dollars in state shared revenues.
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Now, this deadline is less than ten days away and the County needs to make its next move.
Maricopa County’s meeting will take place at the seventh floor conference room/auditorium at 301 w Jefferson Street Phoenix, AZ 85003, at 4:45 p.m. (Arizona).
The meeting is not open to the public.
|BOARD OF SUPERVISORS|
|Vote to convene in Executive Session to consider the items on the Executive Agenda dated Friday, September 17, 2021, for Board of Supervisors and relevant Special Districts pursuant to the statutory authority listed for each item.|
|2.||POSSIBLE ACTION RE: ELECTION SUBPOENA, COMPLIANCE, AND LITIGATION.|
|Take possible action as directed in Executive Session regarding the election and compliance with the Senate subpoena and litigation. (C-19-22-180-X-00)|
Live video feeds will be available online at:
GotoWebinar.com using webinar ID 937-976-171
To listen by telephone, dial (562) 247-8422, when prompted enter Audio Access code 593-869-463, then # at the prompt for the PIN
Meetings will not be active until the time and date of the meeting. Additional information or instructions will also be detailed on the Clerk of the Board’s website, www.Maricopa.Gov/324.
Also, MCBOS public meetings are usually streamed on the Maricopa County YouTube channel.
Maricopa County is expected to comply with these subpoenas in order to avoid a fine equating to tens of millions of dollars, if not hundreds.
In seven days, the Arizona Senate will present the Arizona audit report to the nation and all criminal wrongdoing will be presented to the Attorney General’s office.
The Arizona audit hearing next Friday at 1:00 p.m. will be live-streamed to the public.
They are getting to the bottom of 2020 in Arizona.