President Trump called for Kari Lake to be “installed Governor of Arizona” in a late-night post to Truth Social last night.
On Truth Social, Kari Lake posted, “Arizonans have no Faith & Trust in our Elections. Our Election Officials are incompetent (…or worse). They have failed us. The Fake News ignores our Fake Elections and expect us to just “move on.” We won’t. America will NOT survive if we don’t demand Election Reform NOW.”
Trump quoted Lake’s post and wrote, “Massive numbers of ‘BROKEN’ voting machines in Republican Districts on Election Day. Mechanics sent in to ‘FIX’ them made them worse. Kari had to be taken to a Democrat area, which was working perfectly, to vote. Her opponent ran the Election.”
“This is yet another criminal voting operation – SO OBVIOUS. Kari Lake should be installed Governor of Arizona. This is almost as bad as the 2020 Presidential Election, which the Unselect Committee refuses to touch because they know it was Fraudulent!” he added.
The corruption in Arizona’s 2022 midterm election, especially in Maricopa County, is off the charts.
Two clips perfectly illustrate this election disaster.
First, Maricopa County officials getting scorched in this video shared by Kari Lake.
🚨 STOP what you are doing and WATCH this. This is the BEST explanation of Maricopa County Election-Day Disaster you will ever watch. 🚨 pic.twitter.com/2Df0Lx3Aym
— Kari Lake (@KariLake) November 28, 2022
Then, this shocking video from Mohave County that shows one of the Board of Supervisors voting “aye” under duress due to threats of being arrested and charged with a felony for not certifying the election.
🚨 Breaking 🚨
"I found out today that I have no choice but to vote "Aye" or I will be arrested and charged with a felony."
Ron Gould of the Mohave County Board of Supervisors was told he would be arrested if he did not certify the election.
Mohave was certified under duress. pic.twitter.com/Urt0aWIiyM
— Kari Lake War Room (@KariLakeWarRoom) November 29, 2022
However, Kari Lake isn’t going down without a fight.
Lake’s team is suing Maricopa County officials over a public records request.