By Jordan Conradson @The Gateway Pundit
Maricopa County has agreed to settle with the Arizona Senate and allow them to perform a joint-led audit of the County routers, Splunk logs, and dominion software.
This means that the 1487 complaint filed by Arizona State Senator Sonny Borrelli worked, forcing the county to comply with the Senate’s original and ongoing request for router access, on sight at the County buildings.
It was unclear exactly what the settlement meant earlier upon announcement and it was unclear how this was a win for the Senate.
CyberNinjas will still be allowed to command the router access and make sure all questions are answered correctly.
Doug Logan requested this months ago telling the County that if they’re not comfortable with CyberNinjas taking the routers, then someone else can do it and CyberNinjas will closely watch.
Arizona State Senator Sonny Borrelli told us that because there is now a third party involved in this investigation and the election materials do not need to be moved, it will preserve the chain of custody and evidence. This will ensure the case is locked tight.
Arizona Senate President Karen Fann shared this tweet, claiming victory.
Fann: HUGE win for the Az Senate today! Maricopa settlement gives us all the data needed to complete the review of the routers & splunk log to the most comprehensive election audit in history. We got everything we need and more. Maricopa County goes home with its tail between its legs
— Karen Fann (@FannKfann) September 18, 2021
President Fann told The Gateway Pundit correspondent Jordan Conradson how this joint process will be run.
Former Arizona State Rep. John Shadegg will act as a middleman and provide oversight to ensure the evidence is secure.
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