Cyber Ninjas’ Arizona 'audit' report gets delayed — because the team is 'quite sick' from COVID
The CEO of Cyber Ninjas, the company hired by the Arizona Republican state senate president Karen Fann to "audit" the 2020 election has hit yet another snag: COVID.
On Monday the company was supposed to release its audit findings, which some, including some members of Congress, have taken to call a "fraudit."
Not only is a dark-money powered and Trump-aligned firm "auditing" Arizona\u2019s 2020 election, but now it\u2019s refusing to comply with a Congressional voting rights probe.\n\nAudit or fraudit? We demand transparency from \u201cCyber Ninjas,\u201d and I won't rest until America gets answers.https://twitter.com/OversightDems/status/1429811739961475075\u00a0\u2026— Rep. Jamie Raskin (@Rep. Jamie Raskin) 1629733810
The Arizona Senate Republicans late Monday afternoon released a statement saying, "unfortunately, Cyber Ninjas CEO Doug Logan and two other members of the five-person audit team have tested positive for COVID-19 and are quite sick."
That has been far from the only snag, as the statement details:
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Statement from Senate President @FannKfann \n\n#AZSenate #Auditpic.twitter.com/H7xDHdRiK3— AZSenateRepublicans (@AZSenateRepublicans) 1629747061
The methods used have caused the state's attorney general to demand all voting machines "audited" be replaced, due to concerns they may have been compromised, which will cost $2.8 million. Maricopa County is demanding the state senate foot the bill, per a signed agreement.
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