Arizona’s MAGA hero Kari Lake is refusing to back down in her as-of-now razor-thing defeat at the ballot box. Lake released a new video outlining her next legal challenge in the on-going battle for the governorship in Arizona. Captioning one of her latest video posts, Lake simply said: Arizona, we are still in the fight.”
“I am still in this fight with you. For two years, I’ve been sounding the alarm about our broken election system here in Arizona and this past week has confirmed everything we’ve been saying,” Lake said in a video posted to her official Twitter bio.
“Our election officials failed us miserably,” she continued. “Rest assured I have assembled the best and brightest legal team, and we are exploring every avenue to correct the many wrongs that have been done this past week.”
The fact that Lake was warning of massive election problems and subsequently lost a close race in which polls consistently had her well above her cowardly Democrat opponent only further strengthens the initial argument she put forth.
As the Daily Wire reported, Lake’s latest legal actions come as the results continue getting closer and closer.
Republican Kari Lake is planning legal challenges to the Arizona election after her projected loss to Democrat candidate and Secretary of State Katie Hobbs.
Multiple outlets called the Arizona gubernatorial race for Hobbs on Monday after nearly a week of counting ballots showed her with what is projected to be an insurmountable lead over Lake. With 99% of the vote in on Thursday, Hobbs held a roughly 17,000 vote lead over the Republican candidate.
Amazingly, it isn’t even just so-called right-wing outlets reporting on the myriad issues facing voters during election day. This is to say nothing of the inherent issues with early and mail-in voting, a practice so rife with the potential for fraud that previous government recommendations helmed in part by left-wing lunatic Jimmy Carter warned against its widespread use, Barack Obama opposed carte blanche adoption, and the rest of the modern world pretty much bans its practice.
Even just looking at the problems from voting day a few Tuesdays ago, the Washington Post conceded that would-be voters encountered a plethora of difficulties.
Starting early on Election Day, printers at 70 of the county’s 223 polling sites produced ballots with ink that was too light to be read by vote-counting machines, which caused ballots to be rejected. That forced voters to wait in line, travel to another location or deposit their ballots in secure boxes that were transferred to downtown Phoenix and counted there. County officials say no one was denied the right to vote.
Appearing on Tucker Carlson’s nightly broadcast, Arizona’s Republican Senate candidate Blake Masters reflected on the entire charade of safe and secure voting (and counting) in Maricopa County and suggested the best thing to do at this point was a do-over.
“I think the most honest thing at this point would be for Maricopa County to wipe the slate clean,” Masters said. “[J]ust take all the ballots and do a fresh count.”
Arizona, we are still in the fight. pic.twitter.com/ytaGvqG5J0
— Kari Lake (@KariLake) November 17, 2022
Featured image: Screen shot from embedded Twitter video.
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