FINALLY ! AZ assistant attorney general, who has election integrity unit, DEMANDS Maricopa company to account for widespread ballot tabulation and printing issues, including ‘Gate 3’ nightmare what voters experienced during the 2022 election [VIDÉO]. – The Informant. 🇳🇱 #WeStandAsOne



FINALLY ! AZ assistant attorney general, who has election integrity unit, DEMANDS Maricopa company to account for widespread ballot tabulation and printing issues, including ‘Gate 3’ nightmare what voters experienced during the 2022 election [VIDÉO].

Published on 21.11.2022


Republican AZ gubernatorial candidate Kari Lake entered Election Day on November 8, 2022 with a considerable lead in the polls. With the wind at her back, it seemed a given that she would beat dirty Arizona Secretary of State Katie Hobbs, who was so afraid of Lake’s growing popularity in the state that she refused to argue with she.

But SIX days after the election, and after hundreds of thousands of ballots mysteriously appeared in favor of Katie Hobbs, the SOS, a filthy Democrat, was declared “the winner of the gubernatorial race of AZ”.

2.5 million ballots were cast in Arizona. More than 1.5 million were filed in Arizona’s Maricopa County, which was in the limelight in 2020 after many Arizona residents believed it was the epicenter of 2020 vote theft.

Here’s a shocking look at a polling place in Anthem, Arizona, which is part of Maricopa County, on Election Day.

Tweet translation:

Here is the problem with what happened in Maricopa County on Election Day. This is Anthem, north of Phoenix at about 1:15 p.m. A ruby-red district of about 30,000 people. One polling station. The ballot tabulators were not working in the morning. 2 hours of waiting to vote at noon and again at 6 p.m.

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Republican voters turned out in large numbers on Election Day.

In all polls, Republican candidates Kari Lake (Governor) and Abraham Hamadeh (AG) led, while Blake Masters (US Senate) and Mark Finchem (SOS) tied,

Tweet translation:

All polls had @KariLake & @AbrahamHamadeh in the lead.

Each poll had @bgmasters & @RealMarkFinchem in a statistical tie.

Will the polling industry be held to account?

All this defies all logic.

Polling station observers and election workers made no secret of their concerns about the accuracy and honesty of Arizona election results.

Based on their experiences, 85 percent of Maricopa County election observers and election workers are “not at all confident” about the outcome of the election.

95% of respondents said their biggest concern with the electoral process was “voting technology”.

Observers reported “chaos” at several polling centers caused by malfunctioning printers and tabulators throughout the day, contradicting statements by Gates and Richer that the issues had been “resolved”.

Volunteer lawyers reported “findings [qui] directly contradict statements by county election officials that (1) printer and tabulator issues were limited to only 70 of 223 polling centers, (2) printer and tabulator issues were resolved from of 3 p.m., and (3) printer and tabulator problems were insignificant in the overall election process.” ”

On Saturday, AZ Assistant Attorney General Jennifer Wright of the Election Integrity Unit took a step in the right direction by sending a letter to Maricopa County officials asking them to explain the widespread issues with ballot tabulation and ballot printers seen during the November 8 general election.

“Arizonans deserve a full report and account of the myriad issues that have arisen in connection with Maricopa County’s administration of the 2022 general election.”

“Based on sworn complaints submitted by election workers employed by Maricopa County, the BOD printers were tested on Monday, Nov. 7 with no apparent issues,” Wright writes.

Western Journal reports – Among the most troubling issues raised in the letter to Thomas Liddy of the Maricopa County District Attorney’s Office is the apparent mixing of ballots in black duffel bags at at least one polling place, which were successfully passed through the on-site tabulators with those placed in “Gate 3” to be sent to the Downtown Phoenix Elections Department Tabulation Center because they could not be read.

Watch incredible testimony from a poll watcher who explains the incredible ‘Door 3’ problem and other issues with tabulators, long lines and voters who weren’t told to do so tail.

Tweet translation:

James went to vote early on election day and the tabulators were already down.

Voters were told to put their ballots in Door 3 or go to another location.

The tabulators did not work in other places either.

7 p.m.: The queue goes around the block

James doesn’t think this election was fair

SOS AZ candidate Mark Finchem (R) encourages residents to continue the fight to uncover voter fraud in his state on Election Day and around 2022:

Tweet translation:

Gate 3 and #FTX money laundering are just the tip of the iceberg. All patriots must dig deeper. The information is there.

“The Election Integrity Unit (“Unit”) of the Arizona Attorney General’s Office (“AGO”) has received hundreds of complaints since Election Day regarding issues related to the administration of the 2022 general election in Maricopa County,” Wright begins in his letter.

Here is a video compilation of six brave individuals who testified about what they saw on Election Day 2022 at various Maricopa County polling stations where they worked:

“These complaints go beyond pure speculation, but include first-hand accounts that raise concerns about Maricopa’s legal compliance with Arizona election law,” she continued.

Here is a partial copy of his letter:

Wright wrote that statements made by Bill Gates, chairman of the Maricopa Board of Supervisors, and Stephen Richer, county secretary, as well as other official county communications appear to confirm potential violations of election law.

Wright said that, according to information provided by the county, the on-demand ballot printers at at least 60 polling places were misconfigured, which prevented the tabulators from reading the ballots.

Ballots are printed on demand because voters can register at any location in Maricopa County, which includes multiple congressional, state and local districts.

So far, this is the first time an Attorney General’s office has stepped in and demanded answers regarding a corrupt election in one of the key states where an election was allegedly stolen.





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