The more we learn about Kari Lake’s lawsuit, the more suspicious the election is in doubt. 25,000 votes were added in Maricopa County after election day. Lake allegedly lost by about 17,000 votes. Is this why it took so long to get the final results? To give them time to manufacture enough votes to give the win to the corrupt Katie Hobbs? As the evidence mounts, I find myself wondering what excuse the judge could use for dismissing the case.
A whistleblower from Runbeck says that nearly 3000,000 votes have no chain of custody which is required by Arizona state law.
Kari Lake’s team of expert attorneys have gathered evidence from signed witness testimony, Runbeck whistleblowers, and Maricopa County whistleblowers to craft a 70-page lawsuit against Maricopa County and Secretary of State Katie Hobbs.
Included in the complaint is a shocking claim by a Runbeck employee that nearly 300,000 ballots were delivered to Runbeck on Election Day with no chain of custody documentation.
Maricopa County added 25,000 ballots to their totals AFTER Election Day
Gee, I wonder why it took them so long to count — it’s easy when you know how many you need! pic.twitter.com/thEpd2kS10
— Liz Harrington (@realLizUSA) December 10, 2022
Verity Vote reported that 20,000 votes were added in 2020. Trump allegedly lost Arizona by less than 12,000 votes. Are they waiting to see how many votes they need to win? Maybe not, but it is a coincidence that they added enough votes to swing both elections to Democrats. This is on top of everything else they did.
From Kari Lake’s lawsuit:
Highlighting the chain of custody failures discussed above is the fact that two days after Election Day was completed Maricopa County found more than 25,000 additional ballots, whereas properly followed chain of custody procedures would require Maricopa County election officials to know the exact number of ballots submitted by the day after Election, November 9, 2022.
Specifically, Maricopa County’s public statements concerning remaining ballots to be counted on November 9, 2022, and November 10, 2022, show an increase of approximately 25,000 votes with no explanation of why the number of remaining ballots could increase. On November 9, the County Recorder announced that “275,000+ ballots” had been sorted for scanning and signature verification after the Maricopa Counting Vote Centers closed. On November 10, Maricopa County election official Celia Nabor contacted the County’s contractor Runbeck and asked how many ballots were scanned at Runbeck, and Runbeck reported 298,000 ballots, an unexplained increase of 25,000 after the legal deadline for accepting ballots had closed.
This unexplained increase in EV ballots was also reflected on the Department of State website between November 9 and November 10. On November 9th, Maricopa County reported to the AZ Department of State that it had counted 1,136,849 ballots and had 407,664 ballots left to be tabulated. That is a total of 1,544,513 ballots. By November 11, 2022 Maricopa County reported and the Department of State published that the Maricopa had counted 1,290,669 ballots and had 274,885 ballots left to tabulate, which is a total of 1,565,554 ballots. The shifting numbers of ballots, evidence Maricopa County’s failure to account for EV ballots and failure to maintain security and chain of custody for the ballots as required by Arizona Law.
Lake’s filing states:
“Maricopa County’s public statements concerning remaining ballots to be counted on November 9, 2022, and November 10, 2022, show an increase of approximately 25,000 votes with no explanation of why the number of remaining ballots could increase.”
Maricopa County announced publicly on November 9 that “275,000+ ballots” had been sorted and were prepared to be scanned and to have the signatures checked against their signature on record. But, later they changed the number to 292,000 votes. Coincidentally, that adds 17,000 votes in an election that Lake allegedly lost by 17,000 votes. Coincidence? You decide.