The voter fraud shenanigans in Arizona take a new twist.
After the November 2020 presidential election, an independent audit of nearly 2.1 million ballots cast in Maricopa County, Arizona, found there were no irregularities or issues with the voting machines or their tabulation of the votes.
But Trump-supporting lawmakers in the Republican-controlled Senate sued and obtained a court order allowing them to take possession of all the voting machines, ballots, and voter information from the election.
Senators then turned everything over to an inexperienced and highly questionable firm called Cyber Ninjas to conduct an "audit" to determine if any of the equipment had been hacked or manipulated.
In May, Arizona's Democratic Secretary of State Katie Hobbs wrote to the Maricopa County Board of Supervisors about her concerns "regarding the security and integrity of these machines, given that the chain of custody ... has been compromised and election officials do not know what was done to the machines while under Cyber Ninjas’ control."
In good news for common sense, Maricopa County has subsequently announced that it will replace all of the voting machines that had been turned over to the Senate and other officials.