BREAKING: Arizona announces date to release forensic audit report and it’s next week!

Kari Lake, who is running for governor in Arizona, has announced that the forensic audit will be released next week to the Arizona Senate:



This announcement follows a ruling by the Arizona Supreme Court to force the disclosure of the audit documents:

THE HILL – Arizona Senate President Karen Fann (R) requested Cyber Ninjas “immediately” turn over documents related to the GOP-led audit of the 2020 election in Maricopa County.

Fann sent a letter Tuesday to Cyber Ninjas CEO Doug Logan requesting the contractor make available “all records within your custody or control, or within the custody or control of your subcontractors or other agents, with a substantial nexus to the audit.”

The request pertains to all documents and communications “relating to the planning and performance or execution of the audit, all policies and procedures used in connection with the audit, all records concerning audit funding or staffing, and all records that are reasonably necessary or appropriate to maintain an accurate knowledge of activities concerning the 2020 Maricopa County election audit.”

The Hill has reached out to Cyber Ninjas for comment.

The letter was sent shortly after the Arizona Supreme Court upheld a ruling from a lower court Tuesday for the state Senate and Cyber Ninjas to make the documents available, ending a months-long legal battle over the records.

Arizona’s leading newspaper The Arizona Republic and left-leaning watchdog group American Oversight both filed lawsuits against the state Senate after unsuccessfully trying to obtain the audit-related documents through a public records request.

I would say that all eyes will be on the Arizona State Senate next Friday, but we know that the MSM could care less about these results. They’ll only report on it if they can spin it to make Biden look more legitimate.

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