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Kari Lake Trial Reveals 42.5% of Ballots Invalid, Massive GOP Voter Disenfranchisement

'I would say there's no question in my mind that had there not been tabulator issues at 132 vote centers, this election would have resulted, would have ended up, with Kari Lake winning... '

(Dmytro “Henry” Aleksandrov, Headline USA) MAGA warrior Kari Lake’s legal team in a court hearing Wednesday produced evidence and testimony that highlighted harrowing examples of election interference and voter disenfranchisement that occurred during Arizona’s tainted governor’s midterm election.

Lake filed a lawsuit challenging the controversial results, which saw Arizona’s incumbent Secretary of State Democrat Katie Hobbs certify her own victory in the governor’s race over the Republican Lake. The certification resulted from Hobbs’s office threatening county officials with arrest if they failed to obey Hobbs’s election directives.

In the first day of Lake’s election-challenge lawsuit, her attorneys said ballots that were produced as evidence and were cast in Maricopa County were not valid, specifically noting 48 of 113 ballots reviewed were “19-inch ballots produced on 20-inch paper,” a once-inch discrepancy that triggered “chaos on Election day,” and caused “the mass rejection of these votes as they were attempted to be read through the tabulators,” tweeted Kari Lake’s War Room trial coverage.

“This is how they disenfranchised Maricopa County voters on Election Day,” tweeted Lake’s War Room. “The ballots were designed to be unable to be read through the machine. This wasn’t an error. It was malice. The process worked exactly as they intended it to.”

Maricopa attorneys didn’t do much to help their own cause when questioning expert witnesses and officials who testified for Lake’s team. When a Republican attorney who oversaw the election travesty was challenged that “you have no personal knowledge as to whether these printing errors changed the outcome of the election, correct?”, Mark Sonnenklara delivered a stinging response.

“There’s only 17,000 votes, roughly, separating the two candidates for governor,” he said. “Based on what I saw on Election Day, I would say there’s no question in my mind that had there not been tabulator issues at 132 vote centers, this election would have resulted, would have ended up, with Kari Lake winning.”

It didn’t go any better when county officials tried to downplay or dismiss the serious problems that evidence revealed with chain-of-custody issues that wreaked havoc on any semblance of election integrity, and were disputed by elections forensic experts.

The judge overseeing the hearing, which resumes Thursday, will decide whether Lake’s request is valid to either declare Lake the winner or order a revote in Maricopa County.

Headline USA’s Mark Pellin contributed to this report


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