(Dmytro “Henry” Aleksandrov, Headline USA) Kari Lake, a former Arizona Republican gubernatorial candidate, filed a post-election lawsuit, in which she sued Katie Hobbs, and election officials in Maricopa County and challenged the certification of the midterm gubernatorial election, according to the Post Millennial.
Lake says that she didn’t lose to Hobbs, her Democratic opponent and an Arizona secretary of state, because voting machines malfunctioned and Hobbs’s office, as it was revealed in the recent Twitter files, contacted Twitter to censor certain posts from conservatives.
“Lake claims there were thousands of illegal votes, that Arizona Secretary of State and Governor-elect Katie Hobbs and Maricopa County Recorder Stephen Richer were involved in government censorship, and that whistleblowers saw ‘violations’ in the chain of custody of ballots,” the Millennial reported.
“The lawsuit, filed Friday, lists Hobbs, Maricopa County Elections Director Scott Jarrett, County Recorder Stephen Richer, and members of the Maricopa County Board of Supervisors, including Chairman Bill Gates, Clint Hickman, Jack Sellers, Thomas Galvin, and Steve Gallardo, as defendants.”
“The lawsuit alleges that ‘The number of illegal votes cast in Arizona’s general election on November 8, 2022 far exceeds the 17,117 vote margin,’ and that ‘Witnesses who were present… show hundreds of thousands of illegal ballots infected the election in Maricopa County,’” the news outlet added.
On election day, Maricopa County, the most populous county in Arizona, experienced malfunctions in over 25 percent of the tabulator machines.
One poll worker shared that about 500 voters were disenfranchised at his location alone by saying that the majority of people waiting in line never had an opportunity to cast their votes because they never made it inside the building.
Hobbs’s team released a statement a published it on Twitter.
“Kari Lake needs attention like a fish needs water – and independent experts and local election officials of both parties have made it clear that this was a safe, secure, and fair election.”
As a response, Lake tweeted, too.
“LFG,” she said, which is short for “let’s f*cking go.”