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Kari Lake Update, “HUGE”: FOIA Request Reveals Nearly 250,000 Election Day Votes FAILED


Kari Lake has refused to give up in her fight for election integrity in the Arizona midterm election fiasco.

She vowed to expose the corruption that led to numerous issues and likely altered the outcome of the race.

As Lake keeps fighting, she continues to find more shocking discoveries that exemplify the incompetence of Arizona election officials.

Her latest find comes via a freedom of information request.

And it’s a MASSIVE discovery.

Nearly 250,000 election day voting attempts 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,” Kari Lake tweeted.

“This is huge, folks. Huge.”

“CONFIRMED: On Election Day, tabulators rejected nearly 1/4 MILLION Vote Attempts. What happened here in Arizona was truly an assault on our Country. We must rectify this,” Lake added.


In another tweet, Kari Lake War Room stated: “Shelby Busch confirmed 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 that the integrity of the election in Maricopa County was compromised.”

Hobbs filed to have Kari Lake’s lawsuit thrown out.

Kari Lake War Room explained the evidence will show that “she’s illegitimate & she knows it.”




Kari Lake also said there’s evidence that nearly 40,000 ballots were illegally 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,” Lake tweeted.

Kari Lake commented that she will “die on this hill.”

Watch the full interview with Joe Pags on Rumble:


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