A suspicious package prompted a call to 911 asking for a Hazmat team at the Arizona State Capitol after the day’s mail arrived. An aide to conservative state Senate Leader Karen Fann was exposed to a mysterious “white powder” which was sprinkled in a letter. Senator Fann is spearheading the conservative audit probe of Maricopa County’s hotly contested 2020 election results. The powder will probably turn out to be Sweet’N Low ®, rather than fentanyl or anthrax but this shows how desperate the liberals can get. With evidence mounting that the machines were tampered with before the audit, things could get even more interesting.
Panic over suspicious package
Reports are surfacing Friday about an incident which occurred about 4:30 p.m. Wednesday afternoon at the Arizona State Capitol complex in Phoenix. State Troopers with the Arizona Department of Public Safety were dispatched to the office of the Senate President, Karen Fann.
They brought a Hazmat team along because of reports there was “an unidentified white powder” inside the package. It could easily have been enough fentanyl to kill half the office before anyone knew it was there. Hopefully it was harmless. The report isn’t back yet.
The package was addressed to Fann but her assistant was the one who opened it. As reported by Mike Philipsen, Director of Communications for the Senate GOP, the aide saw a “small amount of substance” and immediately backed away and they called in the law.
He notes that the hazardous materials team arrived at the senate around 6:30 p.m. and started preliminary tests. Senator Fann isn’t real popular with Democrats these days because of the audit.
DPS Public Information Officer Bart Graves confirmed the “package was secured by DPS Hazardous Materials Response Unit and submitted to the DPS Crime Lab. Investigation continues.”
Even with all the excitement, the controversial recount and forensic examination of the machines will continue next week. They were forced to take a break because the facility, an exhibition hall and concert venue on the State Fairgrounds, was booked for other uses.
JUST IN Arizona state troopers investigating suspicious package sent to Senate President Karen Fann, per @Arizona_DPS spox. @VotePetersen tweeted it was 'unidentified white powder.' Fann authorized Republicans' audit of 2020 Maricopa County election results. pic.twitter.com/RZG5yLEL6J
— Brahm Resnik (@brahmresnik) May 20, 2021
The evidence was spoiled
In mid-May, Arizona election officials were furious to learn that the voting machines had been sabotaged before they were turned over for exam. That’s called “spoliation” of evidence and it is a really big deal.
This is probably the real reason the suspicious package got mailed to the Senate President. Maricopa County election officials apparently “tampered with election records” and they did it “just days before” the equipment was delivered to Fann.
From what’s been reported so far, it seems that a Deep State spy “with administrator privileges caused those irregularities on purpose.” The saboteur erased “a directory full of election databases.” The whole package was compromised.
“We have recently discovered that the entire ‘Database’ directory from the D drive of the machine ‘EMSPrimary’ has been deleted.” It was also intentional. “This removes election related details that appear to have been covered by the subpoena.”
Senator Fann will be watching out for any package that looks even remotely suspicious at home or at work and the staff will be using one of those glove box contraptions they use to isolate viruses with.
Meanwhile Fann and her conservative investigators will keep looking for backup copies of the “main database for all election related data for the November 2020 General Election” which has been removed.