(Jacob Bruns, Headline USA) Despite opposition from the political establishment, and almost certain mail-in ballot voter fraud, Kari Lake has emerged victorious in the Arizona gubernatorial Republican primaries.
Polls had Lake as a double-digit favorite heading into Tuesday, but Lake spent the entire day trailing the Mike Pence-endorsed establishment hack candidate Karrin Taylor Robson, according to JD Rucker at America First Report.
This is because mail-in ballots are counted first, Rucker noted. And as usual, there has been a great deal of controversy surrounding said ballots.
According to a report from Todd Starnes, 63,000 of them were sent to the wrong voters in Pinal County, Arizona–the state’s third largest county and a Republican stronghold.
The Republican National Committee along with the Republican Party of Arizona released a joint statement calling for the resignation of Pinal County’s election directory.
“During Arizona’s primary elections the RNC and Republican Party of Arizona’s poll observer program documented and reported multiple failures by Pinal County’s Election Administrator, including 63,000 mail-in ballots delivered to the wrong voters and multiple Republican-heavy precinct locations running out of ballots,” they wrote.
“This is a comprehensive failure that disenfranchises Arizonans and exemplifies why Republican-led efforts for transparency at the ballot box are so important. Pinal County Elections Director David Frisk should resign immediately.”
Arizona GOP Chair Kelli Ward also slammed the county bureaucrats for their monumental failure.
“What happened in Pinal County is completely unacceptable & makes it extremely difficult to have confidence in overall election results. Pinal is the third largest county in Arizona and it’s been screwed up since early voting began,” she wrote.
Of course, the establishment is made quite uncomfortable by Lake, who they seem to have tried to stop at all costs.
The former news anchor has made no friends among the establishment, promising to continue investigating the state’s conduction of the 2020 election if she takes office–something that current Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey, who also endorsed Taylor Robson, failed to do.