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Kari Lake Draws Huge Crowd to Save Arizona Rally; Trump Calls In

(Jacob Bruns, Headline USA) Arizona gubernatorial candidate Kari Lake, R-Ariz., held a Save Arizona rally over the weekend to highlight election fraud in Maricopa County and keep momentum behind her election lawsuit.

Joining lake via phone call was former President Donald Trump, who delivered a brief message to the thousands of rally attendees, the Gateway Pundit reported.

“It’s a shame what happened. They had the machines broken,” Trump said, referring to the sudden breakdown of vote-counting machines, concentrated in specifically Republican areas of Maricopa County.

“A lot of these Republican area machines were broken; It’s a disgrace, and ultimately, she is going to be victorious. But, I just want to thank everybody for being here. We love you all,” he concluded.

Lake also delivered a speech at the rally, emphasizing her resolve to go forward with her legal battle.

“We are going to win this legal battle. We are,” Lake told the large audience present, which then began to chant her name.

The rally also featured Trump-endorsed Arizona State Senator Wendy Rogers and newly elected Trump-endorsed Arizona GOP Chairman Jeff Dewitt.

Lake and her legal team are currently trying to press their case to the Arizona Supreme Court.

“[It] could be a remedy to give us a new trial,” Lake noted after her first trial was not taken seriously by Judge Peter Thompson despite vast quantities of evidence revealing a suspiciously systematic disenfranchisement of Republican voters.

“I would be happy with that. I want people to know what happened … and we’re going to move it all the way to the Supreme Court. It’s going there anyways, we’d love to see it just go there rather than have to go to the appellate court. Whatever happens, either side will move it up to the Supreme Court,” she said.

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