Having 10% (roughly $61 M) of its shared state-revenue withheld could just be enough to prompt Maricopa County Board of Supervisors (BOS) to rethink its non-cooperation with the election 2020 audit.
This is what retired U.S. Marine, AZ State Sen. Sonny Borrelli’s request to the AZ-AG to investigate BOS non-compliance with the latest subpoenas for the audit could result in.
“What happens when our government diplomacy breaks down?” Sen. Borrelli asks rhetorically, referring to the Board of Supervisors continued refusal to provide materials such as routers and voting machines for the audit.
“They call in the marines! …Diplomacy [has] broken down… And the oath I took at 18 years old in 1977 has not expired,” he answers, referring to the oath made by U.S. Marines to defend and uphold the U.S. Constitution.
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AZ Senate Calls On Attorney General To Move Audit Forward—Feat. Sen. Sonny Borrelli | The Wide Angle
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