Liz Harrington [Edited]
“The number of illegal votes cast in Arizona’s general election on November 8, 2022 far exceeds the 17,117 vote margin…
“Witnesses who were present…show hundreds of thousands of illegal ballots infected the election in Maricopa County.”
Kari Lake filed suit against the Maricopa Board of Supervisors, Katie Hobbs and others. Lake's lawyers wrote, “This case is about restoring trust in the election process — a trust that Maricopa County election officials and Hobbs have shattered.”
According to a Cyber expert who worked for nine years for same lab that certified Maricopa machines: “Machine failures Arizona voters experienced on Election Day could not have occurred absent intentional misconduct.”
Conservatively, between 15,603 and 29,257 Republican voters were disenfranchised because of the machines. Election observers said over 300,000 mail-in ballots had no chain of custody, with no way of telling if they are legal ballots.
Lake's lawsuit states, “Maricopa County elections officials allowed tens of thousands of ballots with signatures mismatches like this one to be counted in 2020. They did the same thing in the 2022 general election.”
“Signature matching” is a joke
In the 2020 review of 230,339 envelopes there were 18,022 “egregious” mismatches, more than entire 10,457 margin and there were signatures that 19,631 failed standards.
Then in 2022 there were 4,328 signatures with the same names of the egregious mismatches that “voted” again! There were 5,289 same names on signatures that had failed standards in 2020 that voted again in 2022!
Whistleblowers commenting on the “deep flaws” with signature matching estimated the number of flawed signatures that were certified to be “tens of thousands of illegal ballots being counted”.
Witness: “The math never added up [while the ballots were counted].”
There were 60,000 signatures processed per day, with 20-30% being rejected, but only 1,000, ONE-TENTH, would be cured, presumably because they voted for the disfavored candidate.
Managers were “reversing and approving [some] signatures” that were rejected and “Most of the work of these level 2 managers was not subject to the accountability of observers.” The rejected ballots sent through processing again were sent because managers wanted them approved.
Some ballots had "Verified" stickers on them. A Witness said: “There was no way to know who placed ‘verified’ stickers on ballots. The system was wide open to abuse.”
Third-party contractor Star Center cured ballots with no observers present “completely off site”, and they “were not able to see the actual ballot with the signature on it”. Sounds legit!
59% of Maricopa County’s 223 Vote Centers had printer and tabulator failures. This disproportionally affected Election Day voters who went for Kari Lake 3:1.
Some excerpts from texts from computer techs hired by Maricopa County:
_____“I’m having a 911”
_____“Tabulators aren’t reading ballots. It’s maybe 50/50.”
_____“…line around building all day”
Maricopa Board of Supervisors claimed the tabulation issues were fixed by mid-afternoon. Wrong! No fewer than 34 vote centers had tabulator breakdowns after 3 p.m. and throughout the day.
A poll worker testified approximately 175 at his vote center gave up because of the long lines and did not vote. A 68-year-old woman unable to vote for first time since 1981 due to inability to stand in 2-3 hour line on Election Day.
Uncounted “Door 3” ballots (valid ballots that tabulators repeatedly would not read and placed in a bin labeled "Door 3") were co-mingled with already tabulated ballots and probably never counted. Lake's complaint says, “…There is good reason to believe that the number of Door 3 ballots is far greater” than 16,724 that Maricopa County claims.
.@Peoples_Pundit found Republicans had issues trying to cast a ballot compared to Democrats at a margin of 58.6% to 15.5%. A conservative estimate shows the tabulator breakdowns suppressed Kari Lake’s Election Day vote between 15,603 and 29,257 votes.
A highly qualified cyber expert (Mr. Clay Parikh) who performed security tests for 9 years for the federal Election Assistance Commission for various Secretary of State organizations says voting machine failures can only be categorized as “intentional.” “An unintentional widespread failure of this magnitude occurring could not arise absent intentional misconduct.”
A Runbeck [AZ ballot printing company] whistleblower says 298,942 early ballots had no chain of custody and Maricopa County did not know how many ballots Runbeck received on election night. He said, “The required chain of custody for these ballots does not exist.”