MORE FROM KARI LAKE’S LAWSUIT: 25,000 Ballots Added To Maricopa County’s Vote Totals AFTER Election Day
Kari Lake filed a historic lawsuit on Friday to nullify the Stolen 2022 Midterm Election for Governor.
The Gateway Pundit reported that Kari Lake filed her lawsuit against Katie Hobbs and the corrupt Maricopa County elections officials to nullify the election for Governor and approve a full audit of signatures and machine failures.
It was revealed by a Runbeck whistleblower in Lake’s filing that HUNDREDS OF THOUSANDS of ballots did not have any chain of custody documentation.
HUGE: Runbeck Whistleblower Reveals That Chain Of Custody For OVER 298,942 Maricopa County Ballots Delivered To Runbeck On Election Day Did Not Exist, Employees Allowed To Add Family Members’ Ballots Without Any Documentation
This is similar to a 2020 election finding that hundreds of thousands of 2020 election ballots also lacked the necessary chain of custody documentation.
The filing also states that 25,000 ballots were added to Maricopa County’s totals after election day.
25,000 ballots were added to Maricopa County’s totals after election day.
Do you think that might explain this?
“Following Election Day, Democrat candidates won more than 50% of the votes despite only recording 17% of the turnout on Election Day.”
— Kari Lake War Room (@KariLakeWarRoom) December 11, 2022
This could explain why Democratic candidates won over 50% of election day votes despite only recording 17% of the turnout on election day.
This finding is similar to a Maricopa County 2020 election report from Verity Vote that used public records requests to discover that more than 20,000 2020 election ballots were illegally counted.
The Gateway Pundit reported on these illegally counted ballots during the 2020 election investigations.
They used the same illegal tactics as in 2020 to steal this election.
Lake’s filing states, “Maricopa County’s public statements concerning remaining ballots to be counted on November 9, 2022, and November 10, 2022, show an increase of approximately 25,000 votes with no explanation of why the number of remaining ballots could increase.”
Maricopa County announced publicly on November 9 that “275,000+ ballots” had been sorted for scanning and signature verification. However, on November 10, this number saw an unexplained increase of close to 25,000 after the legal deadline for accepting ballots had closed. This change was also reflected on the Department of State website.
The Gateway Pundit questioned the same discrepancy on November 11.
Maricopa County Recorder Stephen Richer said in a press conference on November 10, “we received 292,000 early ballots that were dropped off on election day.”
Now, it appears this 292,000 figure from the County was incorrect, and Runbeck reported 298,000 ballots on the same day this claim was made.
Where did all of these ballots come from?
This section of the lawsuit concludes, “The shifting numbers of ballots evidence Maricopa County’s failure to account for EV ballots and failure to maintain security and chain of custody for the ballots as required by Arizona Law.”
Read the full filing here.
From Kari Lake’s lawsuit:
Over 25,000 Ballots Were Added to The Total Ballots Collected After Election Day Indicating A Chain Of Custody Failure
Highlighting the chain of custody failures discussed above is the fact that two days after Election Day was completed Maricopa County found more than 25,000 additional ballots, whereas properly followed chain of custody procedures would require Maricopa County election officials to know the exact number of ballots submitted by the day after Election, November 9, 2022.
Specifically, Maricopa County’s public statements concerning remaining ballots to be counted on November 9, 2022, and November 10, 2022, show an increase of approximately 25,000 votes with no explanation of why the number of remaining ballots could increase. On November 9, the County Recorder announced that “275,000+ ballots” had been sorted for scanning and signature verification after the Maricopa Counting Vote Centers closed. On November 10, Maricopa County election official Celia Nabor contacted the County’s contractor Runbeck and asked how many ballots were scanned at Runbeck, and Runbeck reported 298,000 ballots, an unexplained increase of 25,000 after the legal deadline for accepting ballots had closed.
This unexplained increase in EV ballots was also reflected on the Department of State website between November 9 and November 10. On November 9th, Maricopa County reported to the AZ Department of State that it had counted 1,136,849 ballots and had 407,664 ballots left to be tabulated. That is a total of 1,544,513 ballots. By November 11, 2022 Maricopa County reported and the Department of State published that the Maricopa had counted 1,290,669 ballots and had 274,885 ballots left to tabulate, which is a total of 1,565,554 ballots. The shifting numbers of ballots evidence Maricopa County’s failure to account for EV ballots and failure to maintain security and chain of custody for the ballots as required by Arizona Law.
The 2022 Election in Maricopa County is irredeemably compromised!
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Author: Jordan Conradson