Kari Lake bombshell: Freedom of information request reveals some 200k FAILED votes occurred on election day in AZ
01/25/2023 / By JD Heyes / Comments
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Kari Lake bombshell: Freedom of information request reveals some 200k FAILED votes occurred on election day in AZ

Arizona Republican gubernatorial candidate Kari Lake refuses to concede to now-appointed Democratic Gov. Katie Hobbs because she keeps finding evidence that the election was a hot mess and likely skewed the outcome.

Her latest discovery, thanks to a freedom of information request: Some 200,000 votes in Maricopa County, which skews red, were not properly tabulated and actually failed.

“Officials sabotaged Election Day. On November 8th (when 75% of votes were for @KariLake) nearly 1/4 of a MILLION voting attempts FAILED, according to the system log files that were obtained via FOIA. This is huge, folks. Huge,” she tweeted on Monday.

The Kari Lake War Room added in another tweet: “Shelby Bush confirms after reviewing the system log files from the tabulators on election day, nearly a quarter-million ballots were misread. With 446 tabulators across the county, there’s no doubt the integrity of the election in Maricopa County was compromised.”

Lake also updated supporters that she has filed a new lawsuit challenging the results of the obviously fraudulent election, which she ‘lost’ by about 17,000 votes; Hobbs was in charge of overseeing statewide elections in her previous job as secretary of state.

Now, however, Hobbs is moving to shut down the lawsuit because, as Lake notes, Hobbs knows that her ‘victory’ is illegitimate.

“Yesterday, @katiehobbs filed to get our lawsuit thrown out. Today, records revealed nearly a quarter of a million ballots were rejected on Election Day in Maricopa County in a race that came down to just 17K votes. She’s illegitimate & she knows it. More evidence to come,” Lake tweeted.

But there’s more: Lake’s team also found evidence that nearly 40,000 ballots were not legally counted.

“Today’s Senate Testimony CONFIRMS nearly 40,000 ballots illegally counted (10% of the signatures reviewed). I think all the ‘Election Deniers’ out there deserve an apology,” she noted of the “bombshell discovery” this week.

In a tweet poll published this week, Anthony DeWitt asked if the public believes Kari Lake’s race for Arizona Governor was stolen from her. He said, “This is a serious poll. I want to see how many people believe that the 2022 Arizona Governor’s election was stolen from Kari Lake.” The results so far show that 91.1 percent believe the election was stolen, 3.6 percent are unsure, and 5.2 percent believe it was a fair election.

Last week, Lake addressed rumors that she was planning to run for the U.S. Senate after a survey found that she likely could win.

“I’m told Kari Lake is considering running for the US Senate seat held by Kyrsten Sinema in 2024,” CNN political reporter Kate Sullivan posted on Twitter.

In a statement to the Becker News, Lake’s campaign said, “Kari is hyper-focused on winning her court case as she is the duly elected Governor and her Election Case proves that.” Lake is currently attempting to legally address November election issues she says cost her a victory against then-Democratic Secretary of State Katie Hobbs, who was sworn in as Arizona’s new governor earlier this month.

“It is true that dozens of people have reached out to Kari suggesting she run for US Senate,” the campaign’s statement continued. “There have been several polls showing she is the strongest candidate and could win. The corruption in DC is as bad as it is in AZ and we need to root out that corruption, but Kari’s focus is on her election case and saving the good people of Arizona from a fraud named Katie Hobbs who is dead set on destroying State 48.”

Sources include:

BeckerNews.com

100PercentFedUp.com

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