Round Two: Kari Lake vs Katie Hobbs!
A new petition outlines the obvious fraud that took place in Arizona's last election
Here’s some highlights from the latest 22-page court filing for Kari Lake vs. Katie Hobbs in the Arizona Supreme Court.
Here’s the opening argument of the petition — which clarifies that the Arizona Court of Appeals simply ignored every precedent that exists for reviewing election contests.
So Runbeck Election Services inserted more than 35,000 ballots with no chain of custody into the election? And Maricopa County didn’t perform the required testing of the machines before Election Day?
Maricopa County election officials also admitted in court that they didn’t count the number of drop-box ballots before sending them to Runbeck Services.
So Runbeck recorded 263,379 ballots received from Maricopa — but then sent back 298,942 scanned ballots!
In other words: 35,563 ballots were magically added to the total number of ballots being processed by Runbeck after all the ballots had been counted.
The 2022 election fraud in Arizona does not end there.
Maricopa County election officials also failed to perform mandatory Logic & Accuracy testing on the voting machines — which is convenient since the machines failed to work in most GOP-dominated precincts on Election Day.
Finally it’s important to remember that our courts of law often apply the wrong standards of proof to election fraud cases in general.
What are the standards of proof ? How much election fraud must take place to get the courts to intervene? And how do you quantify the cheating sufficiently to trigger such legal review? The Arizona Supreme Court has already declared in previous cases that election fraud cannot be quantified easily — and thus “proof” cannot be defined or demanded as the legal bar to review.
What will the Arizona Supreme Court do? Nobody knows — but it’s already obvious that election fraud did take place on a massive scale in the 2022 midterm election.