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Kari Lake Staffer SPEAKS OUT


How is it always the same county experiencing massive election issues?

Maricopa County has almost become a synonym for election fraud in the dictionary and citizens, election judges, and journalists are all speaking out against the ‘irregularities’ that occurred there…

You know, like voting tabulators not accepting ballots—one of the usual Democrat manipulation techniques.

Katie Hobbs is being touted as the winner in Arizona’s Governor race; however, before the announcement a Kari Lake staffer made a special request to Governor Ducey’s office to conduct a special investigation into Maricopa County.

This was the scene at many polling places across Maricopa County:

Citizens from all across Maricopa County voiced the difficulties and issues they faced in voting on election day and it begs the question: why do we use voting machines at all?

Hand-counted, paper ballots worked for ages and these new machines are not trusted by enormous swaths of the population:

Kari Lake Senior Advisor Caroline Wren states via Western Journal:

“The disenfranchisement of Republican voters is very alarming,” Wren said.

“People shouldn’t have to go on this half-day odyssey to be able to vote,” she continued. “Can you imagine if this was reversed and Election Day voters favored Democrats and the machines failed in Detroit and Philadelphia and Brooklyn?”


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The Post Millennial shared this troubling development:

On Monday it was revealed that top Maricopa County election officer Stephen Richer, who helped to oversee elections in Arizona, donated to the far-left “resistance group” PatriotTakes.

PatriotTakes is a hybrid pack that describes itself on Twitter as a group of “dedicated researchers monitoring and exposing right-wing extremism and other threats to democracy.”


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