Arizona Senate President Karen Fann Responds To Maricopa County’s Audit Review: “Looking Forward To Hearing From The Attorney General On The Results Of His Investigation.”

Arizona Senate President Karen Fann released a response to Maricopa County’s audit review, where they finally admit that illegal votes were cast in the stolen 2020 Presidential Election.

The Gateway Pundit reported yesterday that Maricopa County released a 93-page analysis of the Arizona Senate’s audit and held a four-hour-long special meeting to discredit the audit’s findings.

The County admitted in their report that illegal ballots were cast in the 2020 Election, but they still claim that all reports from the Senate audit are false.

Senate President Fann highlighted that the county is finally joining the Senate and submitting evidence of voter fraud to the Arizona Attorney General.

This appeared to be a last-ditch effort by the County to cover their tracks and claim the election was secure.

President Fann is looking forward to reforming elections next legislative session, which starts on Monday. She is also looking forward to the Arizona Attorney General’s criminal investigation outcome.

We are also awaiting the final report from the router and Splunk log analysis. This will tell us more about internet connectivity and the transfer of data.

President Fann Responds to Maricopa County’s Audit Review

Thursday, January 6, 2022


President Karen Fann Responds to Maricopa County’s Recognition of Needed Improvements To Its Elections Processes

“From day one, the Arizona Senate’s efforts have been in pursuit of a singular goal – identifying and implementing improvements to our election’s processes. Although it took 14 months and a costly audit, Maricopa County yesterday joined us in pursuit of this worthwhile objective. Finally, the County identified and submitted instances where ballots may have been cast illegally to the Attorney General. Finally, the County admitted that ballots had in fact been scanned and counted twice. Finally, the County is adding processes to better identify double-counted ballots, a new system to check for deceased voters, and changing how it tracks and stores duplicate ballots,” said President Karen Fann (R-1).

“As our efforts have clearly shown, elections processes here in Arizona are not designed to be easily audited, unlike every other government process accountable to citizens. Now that the County is joining us, we look forward to implementing improvements to add ease, authentication, transparency, and accountability to our elections processes in the coming legislative session. Maricopa County took an important first step with us yesterday, and we look forward to their cooperation to improve voter confidence in our elections going forward,” said President Fann. “Meanwhile, we’re still reviewing this report, while patiently waiting for data from the Special Master on the routers and splunk log. We’re also looking forward to hearing from the Attorney General on the results of his investigation.”

Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich received all evidence of fraud in Maricopa County over three months ago, and he has spent a long time investigating this crime.

A recent election integrity hearing in Pima County, Arizona, provided even more evidence of fraud statewide in Arizona.

Arizona State Senator Wendy Rogers looks to decertify this coming session, and she demands an update from Attorney General Brnovich on his criminal investigation.

Contact Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich to demand justice for the true insurrection on November 3rd.


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Jordan Conradson, formerly TGP’s Arizona correspondent, is currently on assignment in Washington DC. Jordan has played a critical role in exposing fraud and corruption in Arizona's elections and elected officials. His reporting on election crimes in Maricopa County led to the resignation of one election official, and he was later banned from the Maricopa County press room for his courage in pursuit of the truth. TGP and Jordan finally gained access after suing Maricopa County, America's fourth largest county, and winning at the Ninth Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals. Conradson looks forward to bringing his aggressive style of journalism to the Swamp.

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