The Gateway Pundit reported on May 16 that a memo from Maricopa County Board of Supervisors Chairman Jack Sellers has come to light in which Sellers admits that removing documents from voting machines is a crime. Sellers added that “it is outrageous to claim that our employees deleted election documents and destroyed evidence.”
However, Sellers never said that his employees had not deleted election documents.
The county says they don’t have administrator passwords, so if the county didn’t delete these documents, who deleted them? Who selected those deleted documents.
The law makes it a crime to delete election-related documents. Arizona’s Secretary of State is required to retain the source code associated with each election, and it is not known if the Secretary of State has done so.
The Gateway Pundit has reported that the vendor of the voting machines provided Maine County with the administrative code a few months ago.
Now, the potato is getting hot, and no one wants to be tainted. The blame shifting game has begun as to who illegally deleted the documents provided to the Arizona Senate. People will have to wait and see just who ends up on the hot seat.