KRAKEN RELEASED: Sen. Borrelli Files SB 1487 — Requires Arizona AG Mark Brnovich To Investigate Maricopa County Noncompliance

(Rallying Patriots) – Officials from Maricopa County, along with individuals with the Dominion Voting Systems company have continued to defy state Senate subpoenas that have a list of items that are needed by the legislative body in order to complete the first full forensic election audit in the state’s history.

According to Gateway Pundit, a rather contemptuous letter was sent to the Senate by Jack Sellers in which he mocked efforts being carried out by citizens to help protect the precious right to vote we all have, to secure our elections, and ensure our values are preserved.

Sellers doesn’t want the American people to see what is on the routers used in the previous presidential election. That raises the question of who Jack is really working for.

The subpoenas themselves have already been ruled by a judge to be both legal and enforceable. In other words, the noncompliance of the county to respond to these subpoenas is a violation of the law and it’s time something be done about it.

And it seems that Arizona State Sen. Sonny Borrelli is employing the uses of another tool stashed away in the old toolbox to make that happen (screen shots here, here, and here).

“Arizona SB 1487, introduced by Congressman Andy Biggs during his time as an Arizona State Senator, gives any member of the legislature the power to enact an investigation by the Attorney General’s office into law violations by a county, city, or town,” the report said.

“When a law has been violated, The Attorney General shall provide notice that the county, city, or town has 30 days to resolve the violation. If they fail to resolve the violation within 30 days, the treasurer shall withhold state shared revenue from the county, city, or town. Shared funds will not be returned to the county, city, or town until the violation is resolved,” the report continued.

If Maricopa County violates the law, they lose state funding. In other words, their failure to cooperate could cost them big time.

You can read the full text of the legislation here.

“AMENDING TITLE 41, CHAPTER 1, ARTICLE 5, ARIZONA REVISED STATUTES, BY ADDING SECTION 41-194.01; AMENDING SECTIONS 42-5029 AND 43-206, ARIZONA REVISED STATUTES; RELATING TO STATE SHARED REVENUES,” the legislation reads.

Be it enacted by the Legislature of the State of Arizona: Section 1. Title 41, chapter 1, article 5, Arizona Revised Statutes, is amended by adding section 41-194.01, to read: 41-194.01. Violations of state law by counties, cities and towns; attorney general investigation; report;

A. AT THE REQUEST OF ONE OR MORE MEMBERS OF THE LEGISLATURE, THE ATTORNEY GENERAL SHALL INVESTIGATE ANY ORDINANCE, REGULATION, ORDER OR OTHER OFFICIAL ACTION ADOPTED OR TAKEN BY THE GOVERNING BODY OF A COUNTY, CITY OR TOWN THAT THE MEMBER ALLEGES VIOLATES STATE LAW OR THE CONSTITUTION OF ARIZONA. THE ATTORNEY GENERAL SHALL MAKE A WRITTEN REPORT OF FINDINGS AND CONCLUSIONS AS A RESULT OF THE INVESTIGATION WITHIN THIRTY DAYS AFTER RECEIPT OF THE REQUEST AND SHALL PROVIDE A COPY OF THE REPORT TO THE GOVERNOR, THE PRESIDENT OF THE SENATE, THE SPEAKER OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES, THE MEMBER OR MEMBERS OF THE LEGISLATURE MAKING THE ORIGINAL REQUEST AND THE SECRETARY OF STATE. IF THE ATTORNEY GENERAL CONCLUDES THAT THE ORDINANCE, REGULATION, ORDER OR OTHER ACTION UNDER INVESTIGATION:

1. VIOLATES ANY PROVISION OF STATE LAW OR THE CONSTITUTION OF ARIZONA, THE ATTORNEY GENERAL SHALL PROVIDE NOTICE TO THE COUNTY, CITY OR TOWN, BY CERTIFIED MAIL, OF THE VIOLATION AND SHALL INDICATE THAT THE COUNTY, CITY OR TOWN HAS THIRTY DAYS TO RESOLVE THE VIOLATION. IF THE ATTORNEY GENERAL DETERMINES THAT THE COUNTY, CITY OR TOWN HAS FAILED TO RESOLVE THE VIOLATION WITHIN THIRTY DAYS, THE ATTORNEY GENERAL SHALL:

(a) NOTIFY THE STATE TREASURER WHO SHALL WITHHOLD AND REDISTRIBUTE STATE SHARED MONIES FROM THE COUNTY, CITY OR TOWN AS PROVIDED BY SECTION 42-5029, SUBSECTION L AND FROM THE CITY OR TOWN AS PROVIDED BY SECTION 43-206, SUBSECTION F.

(b) CONTINUE TO MONITOR THE RESPONSE OF THE GOVERNING BODY, AND WHEN THE OFFENDING ORDINANCE, REGULATION, ORDER OR ACTION IS REPEALED OR THE VIOLATION IS OTHERWISE RESOLVED, THE ATTORNEY GENERAL SHALL NOTIFY:

(i) THE GOVERNOR, THE PRESIDENT OF THE SENATE, THE SPEAKER OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES AND THE MEMBER OR MEMBERS OF THE LEGISLATURE MAKING THE ORIGINAL REQUEST THAT THE VIOLATION HAS BEEN RESOLVED.

(ii) THE STATE TREASURER TO RESTORE THE DISTRIBUTION OF STATE SHARED REVENUES TO THE COUNTY, CITY OR TOWN.

2. MAY VIOLATE A PROVISION OF STATE LAW OR THE CONSTITUTION OF ARIZONA, THE ATTORNEY GENERAL SHALL FILE A SPECIAL ACTION IN SUPREME COURT TO RESOLVE THE ISSUE, AND THE SUPREME COURT SHALL GIVE THE ACTION PRECEDENCE OVER ALL OTHER CASES. THE COURT SHALL REQUIRE THE COUNTY, CITY OR TOWN TO POST A BOND EQUAL TO THE AMOUNT OF STATE SHARED REVENUE PAID TO THE COUNTY, CITY OR TOWN PURSUANT TO SECTION 42-5029 AND 43-206 IN THE PRECEDING SIX MONTHS.

3. DOES NOT VIOLATE ANY PROVISION OF STATE LAW OR THE CONSTITUTION OF ARIZONA, THE ATTORNEY GENERAL SHALL TAKE NO FURTHER ACTION PURSUANT TO THIS SECTION.

That’s just a little bit of the bill for you to take a look at. The whole thing is worth reading so that you can understand the full scope of what’s being done to try and enforce the subpoenas and get the requested information from both county officials and those over at Dominion who are doing their best to stonewall things.

Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich has already given his thoughts about States’ rights and the duties to handle elections in a proactive manner and the proper steps that are necessary in order to secure our elections.

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