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Ariz. Dems Seek Felony Charges as Kari Lake Exposes Fraud Evidence

'I think all 'election deniers' out there deserve an apology... '

(Jacob Bruns, Headline USA) Arizona Democrats may try to pin felony charges on Arizona Republican gubernatorial candidate Kari Lake in the wake of a Tweet that included images of voter signatures, Newsweek reported.

Lake, who has yet to concede to Democrat opponent Katie Hobbs, tweeted out a major story line last week, noting that over 40,000 ballots in the state were illegally counted.

The tweet in question contained images of voter signatures:

“Today’s Senate Testimony CONFIRMS nearly 40,000 ballots illegally counted (10% of the signatures reviewed),” she wrote.

“I think all ‘election deniers’ out there deserve an apology,” Lake continued, alluding to the widespread vote fraud that has overrun the state.

But according to Arizona Secretary of State Adrian Fontes, Lake’s tweet constitutes a class 6 felony–the least severe class under Arizona law. Penalties include fines, probation, or a prison sentence from four months to 5 3/4 years.

Fontes sent a referral to Arizona Attorney General Kris Mayes on Monday, suggesting that posting unauthorized photos of voters’ signatures could be in violation of state law which prohibits “records containing a voter’s signature” from being “accessible or reproduced by any person other than the voter.”

“The protections afforded by this subsection prohibit posting any information derived from voter registration forms or precinct registers to the internet, and under no circumstance may a person other than the voter or [a] statutorily authorized person reproduce a voter’s signature,” reads the referral.

The leftist corporate media jumped all over the opportunity to trash Lake, with numerous outlets publishing hit-pieces despite the fact that no charges have been leveled.

Lake and her legal team have not responded for comment. She has continued to campaign as her case works its way to the Arizona Supreme Court.

Just last week she held a Save Arizona rally that drew thousands of attendees, culminating in a brief phone conversation with 2024 Presidential candidate Donald Trump.

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