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Arizona Judge Rejects Kari Lake’s Election Case Despite Election Officials Admitting 42% Of Ballots “Improper” & Printers Altered On Election Day

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Published on: December 24, 2022

Despite election officials admitting that 42% of the ballots were “improper” and that the printers were altered on election day,, illegal actions by Hobbs and mass outages on Election Day, Kari Lake’s election challenge gets rejected.

The entire system is rigged, which leaves us with two scenarios. The first one being our election system is completely corrupted and we can’t have a free and fair election (which I believe) or the second, yes there’s some rigging, but the destructive, treasonous Democrats actually did win.

I don’t know which is worse. They’re both terrible horrible realities.

BREAKING: Arizona Judge Makes Final Decision On Kari Lake’s Election Case

By Clayton Keirns, December 24, 2022

The Hill is reporting that an Arizona judge has officially rejected Kari Lake’s attempt to challenge the results of her 2022 midterms “loss” to Katie Hobbs.

Here’s the scoop from The Hill:

An Arizona judge ruled against Kari Lake in her challenge of Gov.-elect Katie Hobbs’s (D) victory, dismissing the highest-profile case challenging the midterm election results.

Maricopa County Superior Court Judge Peter Thompson following a two-day trial found that Lake had not proven that election officials committed intentional misconduct sufficient to change the race’s outcome.

Lake, who lost to Hobbs by about 17,000 votes, had alleged election officials in Maricopa County intentionally sabotaged her victory by causing Election Day printer malfunctions and violating chain of custody procedures.

The judge made this ruling despite election officials admitting that 42% of the ballots were “improper” and that the printers were altered on election day.

Article posted with permission from Pamela Geller

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