Many frustrations linger after the Arizona election audit results which were preliminarily released in September of last year. The evidence of criminal activity obtained through the audit process was turned over to Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich at the end of that month.
The AG’s office released a statement on September 24, 2021.
“I will take all necessary actions that are supported by the evidence and where I have legal authority. Arizonans deserve to have their votes accurately counted and protected.” Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich
It’s been months and there have been no indictments.
CDMedia spoke yesterday with AZ Congressional Candidate Jeff Zink who worked on the audit team, handling observers on the audit floor.
Zink informed CDM Brnovich has had since September video tape of Maricopa County employees illegally deleting election files, along with corresponding computer logs showing the exact files which were deleted.
“Brnovich has video evidence that matches the time and date of the deleted files, what computer they were on,. We have video of the person sitting at computer, who and with what files deleted. The information has been buried,” declared Zink.
The new legislative session starts in Arizona today. The question is – will the AZ legislature apply pressure to the AZ executive branch to do its job?