As the Maricopa County election audit continues in Arizona, a prominent state senator appeared to agree with remarks from an account following the election that the audit will show “significant discrepancies between the ballots audited and the original ballot count.”

The Maricopa County ballots were counted, inspected, and returned to the county last week. It counted 2,089,563 ballots.

Posting on Twitter, State Senator Sonny Borrelli retweeted a tweet by the account @2020ElectionUp3 that wrote:

The audit report by the AZ State Senate will show significant discrepancies between the ballots audited and original count, when it’s released. Also, Maricopa County has failed to produce routers and passwords for machines. The Senate could issue a follow up subpoena.

State Senator Wendy Rogers went out of her way to highlight that tweet, pointing out that Borrelli had shared them. She wrote that the tweet was “Retweeted by the great patriot [Borrelli], former Marine and is on the Arizona Senate Judiciary Committee with me.”

“Our committee is the one that can act after sine die. He knows what he is saying,” she said.

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