BREAKING: Kari Lake Delivers Message To Arizona And All Americans On “Botched And Broken” November 8 Election

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Patriot groups in Arizona are rallying to push for a new election on December 6, 2022, and so far 4 counties have said they will hold off on certifying the election results they have been given.  Kari Lake recently made a lengthy statement about the status of the election results.

There were serious issues in Maricopa County on November 8. Due to the incompetence of Maricopa County and Katie Hobbs, tabulators were down, printers ran out of ink, and long, long lines kept Republican voters waiting to cast their ballots. Republican voters were told to drop their ballots into a separate container called box 3 to be counted at a later time.

Election experts and election workers later reported that these uncounted ballots were mixed with already counted ballots, leaving no way of knowing if all legal votes were counted.

Despite this issue occurring in Republican districts at over 30% of polling locations on election day, the corrupt Maricopa County officials would have us believe that only 17,000 ballots were affected and dropped into box 3.

“Republicans in the state had 72% of the turnout on election day. Democrats had only a 17% turnout. But for some reason, the remaining ballots after election day broke even between the two parties – despite Republicans holding strong leads in the polls. This is impossible!” Jordan Conradson reported for the Gateway Pundit, adding:

“The Gateway Pundit reported that Jennifer Wright, the Assistant Attorney General from the state of Arizona, fired off a letter to Maricopa County demanding answers to these tabulation errors and commingling of ballots in duffle bags by November 28.

In addition to the Attorney General’s office firing warning shots at the County, TGP reported that Lake’s campaign spent $2 million to monitor the counting of votes and to be prepared with lawsuits based on the facts when necessary. Her war room attorneys are preparing for a massive legal fight.”

Kari Lake previously spoke out less than a week after the rigged midterm election, saying, “Arizonans know BS when they see it.”

She came out again over the weekend, saying, “I will become Governor.”

Then Lake released the following statement:

Lake: Hi, this is Kari Lake and I have a message to the people of Arizona and all Americans. 40 days ago elections in Arizona officially started when mail-in ballots were sent out across our state.

Election Day was 13 days ago, and Maricopa County is still counting ballots. Printer problems, tabulation errors, three-hour-long lines, and even longer, and confusing instructions given by election officials made this election day the most chaotic in Arizona’s history. Half of the voting centers that opened for the first time on election day where the overwhelming majority of voters were voting for Kari Lake, were not operational or had significant failures.

Would you get on an airplane if half of the engines didn’t work? Would our friends in the media be able to broadcast their nightly propaganda if only half of their studio equipment was working? The 2022 general election in Arizona was botched and broken beyond repair. Thankfully, the Attorney General’s Office is demanding answers from Maricopa County. Attorney General Mark Brnovich is taking the first steps necessary to remedy this assault on our democracy.

This isn’t about Republicans or Democrats. This is about our sacred right to vote, a right that many voters were sadly deprived of on November 8. Tens of thousands of you have reached out pleading with me to fight this fight. Rest assured, I will because if we give up now we will no longer have a country. Attorneys are working diligently to gather information, whistleblowers are coming forward, and the curtain is being lifted. Whether done accidentally or intentionally. It is clear that this election was a debacle that destroyed any trust in our elections. Arizonans who choose to make their voice heard on election day should not be disenfranchised or punished for choosing to vote in person. Yet they were. I want you to know Arizona, I will continue fighting until we restore confidence and faith in our elections.


Lake also shared numerous eyewitness accounts of potential fraud, malfeasance, or maladministration on election day:

“Sam went to vote at the Deer Valley Airport voting location & found that “none of the machines were reading very well.”

He describes “a lot of disruption & frustration” after tabulation machines rejected people ballots multiple times

How many people ran out of time to vote?”

“This lady went to vote at Biltmore Fashion Park.

She attempted to put her ballot into the tabulator four times.

One of the election workers ripped the ballot from her hand.

She has no idea where it went after that.”

“After registering at ASU, Tiffany’s son received a text offering him $250 to rally for Democrats

In line to vote, he was told to leave & that his vote would not be counted

Inside, he was told he was not registered, given a Sharpie, & told to drop a provisional ballot in box 3.”

“I’m so sorry they did this to us, Arizona. We will not let them get away with disenfranchising our Vote.

If you experienced issues on Election Day, please submit them at”

“This gentleman lives in a 55 & older community in Maricopa County.

He arrived 15 minutes early at his voting location.

After leaving, he saw that the line had doubled & was not moving at all.

The tabulators had ALREADY failed.

He believes this is a form of voter suppression.”

“It took Larry an hour & a half to get into his polling location

Inside, Larry’s ballot was repeatedly rejected by the tabulator. He was asked to put it in box three so it could be counted downtown.

He refused. Because he felt it meant they would throw his vote in the trash.”

“It took Shannon over 2 hours to vote on Election Day.

Her first ballot showed faded ink & was rejected 8 times.

Shannon asked to spoil her ballot & was able to vote with a new ballot.

Lines were around the block.

How many people didn’t have two hours to spend at the polls?”







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