The more we learn about the election debacle in Maricopa County, the more we are convinced the election fix was in. The Maricopa County Election Director Scott Jarrett falsely claimed that only three voting sites had ballots that were the wrong length. He did admit this programming occurred on election day. But, the plaintiff’s expert witness, Clay Parikh, formerly of Pro V&V and other voting system test labs for nine years, was able to look at six randomly chosen voting centers. All six had mismatched ballots.
Kari Lake has already had one court date, but the corrupt Judge Thompson put the fix in before the trial began, Lake’s attorneys filed a civil suit, but the judge demanded that they have the same proof that is required in a criminal case. The attorneys for Kari Lake had to show not just that the election was tainted, but also who did it, how many ballots exactly were impacted, that it was deliberate, and more.
This was an abuse of his power. Lake’s appeal begins on Wednesday and hopefully, he will follow the correct path in presiding over the case. He needs to treat it like any other civil suit. If Judge Thompson’s ruling is allowed to stand, Maricopa County officials can do the same thing every election as long as they make it look accidental. In Arizona, 60% of all voters live in Maricopa County and that makes them kingmakers. We cannot allow this to stand.
But, Lake has even more evidence that many voters were disenfranchised. Over 250,000 votes were rejected in the county and in a race that Lake allegedly lost by 17,000 votes. And remember, 84% of the affected precincts were deep red precincts. You don’t think that was accidental, do you? Watch the following video:
The Gateway Pundit has been one of the only news outlets to report on the actual facts and circumstances surrounding the botched election and subsequent trial from the Lake campaign. TGP’s Jordan Conradson has been relentless in reporting the truth from the ground in Maricopa County.
Citizens of Maricopa County have argued to their Board of Supervisors that they were disenfranchised on Election Day due to high rejection rates, unacceptably long lines to vote, and unequal processing of ballots with some Election Day voters being told to drop their ballots in “Bin #3” and trust that they’ll be counted later on.
Maricopa County’s Scott Jarrett testified that only three locations had the now infamous “shrink to fit” problem that caused a high rejection rate among certain Election Day ballots. However, plaintiff’s expert witness, Clay Parikh, formerly of Pro V&V and other voting system test labs for nine years, was able to look at six randomly chosen voting centers. All six had ballot images that were consistent with the anomaly Jarrett claimed only effected 3 voting centers.