Wendy Rogers: ‘We Are Close to Arizona Releasing Portions of the Audit – Get Ready for More Distractions’

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On Saturday, Arizona state Senator Wendy Rogers signaled “portions” of the highly anticipated Maricopa County forensic audit are “close” to being released, and warned the public to “get ready for more distractions” from the forces that be.

Sen. Rogers — who recently helped form a 50-state Election Integrity Caucus — just got done completing a trip around the nation pushing for audits and canvasses in other states just like the ones conducted in Arizona.

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“I am back in Arizona after pushing for forensic audits and canvasses all over this nation. Hopefully it did some good and other states will follow,” Sen. Rogers tweeted.

“Now we are close to Arizona releasing portions of the audit. Get ready for more distractions,” she warned. “Stay vigilant.”

She clarified what her remarks in a tweet that soon followed that read, “Portions of the audit means that we will provide the full audit as it is finished, minus what Maricopa hasn’t provided to us yet (i.e. routers and other items not yet handed over). Sorry for any confusion.” See Below

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The firm, Cyber Ninjas, was expected to turn over their full draft report to the Arizona Senate last month over the full forensic audit of the 2020 general election in Maricopa County; however, the process was delayed after three members of the company involved in the effort tested positive for COVID-19.

Arizona Senate President Karen Fann has indicated that once the Senate gets the full draft report, information and findings of the audit will be examined to ensure accuracy, and then released to the public soon thereafter.