JUST IN: Kari Lake Files Petition to Transfer Historic Election Challenge Directly to Arizona Supreme Court – FILING INCLUDED
On New Year’s Eve, Kari Lake filed a petition in the Arizona Supreme Court to transfer her election lawsuit directly to the State Supreme Court.
Katie Hobbs is set to take office this week after her narrow and highly questionable election win.
Lake argues that Katie Hobbs’ swearing-in ceremony on January 2nd and the “electoral chaos” that targeted and disenfranchised Republican voters in Maricopa County on Election Day justify an immediate decision from the Arizona Supreme Court and a new election.
The filing cites “evidence put forward in this case, including the changing and conflicting testimony of Maricopa officials, and sworn testimony by whistleblowers employed by Maricopa,” to show that Maricopa County failed to verify mail-in ballot signatures, failed to keep chain of custody for 300,000 ballots, and caused massive “chaos” on election day causing tabulators to reject tens of thousands of ballots, disproportionally targeting Republican voters.
The Gateway Pundit reported on the trial that was heard in the Maricopa County Superior Court by Judge Peter Thompson on December 21 and 22 and the possible perjury committed by Maricopa County election officials regarding election day failures.
Superior Court Judge Peter Thompson dismissed the lawsuit on Christmas Eve, despite the evidence of massive voter disenfranchisement targeting Republicans and obviously false testimony by County Elections officials.
The Gateway Pundit recently reported that Kari Lake filed a petition in the Arizona Court of Appeals, arguing the trial court dismissed “explosive findings.”
The Gateway Pundit reported on testimony by cybersecurity expert Clay Parikh, where he testified under oath that Maricopa County intentionally printed the wrong size ballot images onto Election Day ballots, causing them to be rejected. Election Director Scott Jarrett even admitted that this happened and that the printer setting was changed on Election Day.
On Election Day in Maricopa County, over 50% of tabulators and printers failed the moment that polls opened, causing voters to be turned away from the polls and creating long wait times of four hours or more. This is suspected by many to be an intentional act aimed to disproportionally affect Republican Election Day voters who turned out 3:1 for Kari Lake.
Read the full petition below:
The Gateway Pundit will continue to provide updates on Lake’s lawsuit!
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Author: Jordan Conradson