Cyber Ninjas’ Arizona 'audit' report gets delayed — because the team is 'quite sick' from 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’s 2020 election, but now it’s refusing t… https://t.co/GoJgV1RyPv— Rep. Jamie Raskin (@Rep. Jamie Raskin) 1629733810.0
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 #AZSenate #Audit https://t.co/H7xDHdRiK3— AZSenateRepublicans (@AZSenateRepublicans) 1629747061.0
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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