Mohave County certified the fraudulent election under duress after corrupt Katie Hobbs, who oversaw the disaster of an election as Secretary of State, threatened to jail the County Supervisors.
The issues that occurred in the bellwether for statewide elections, Maricopa County, on Election Day disenfranchised all voters in all other Counties.
On November 8, 2022, more than 50% of the tabulators or printers were not operating on Election Day in Maricopa County. This caused up to four-hour wait times and voters being turned away from the polls.
Thousands were told they could vote at a different precinct after they signed in, which they couldn’t. And tens of thousands were told to dump their ballot into a bin that would be counted later.
Whistleblower testimony in Kari Lake’s historic lawsuit reveals that Maricopa County deliberately planned this in-person voting disaster, where printers and tabulators failed at more than 59% of the 223 vote centers on Election Day. Voters on Election Day turned out for Kari Lake and Republican candidates by a ratio of about 3:1. This caused massive voter disenfranchisement for the 60% of Arizona’s voters who live in Maricopa County.
Other findings in Lake’s filing, including over 300,000 ballots that lacked legally required chain of custody documentation, render the Maricopa County Midterm Election irredeemably compromised.
On Monday, Arizona State Senator Sonny Borrelli filed another lawsuit in Mohave County against Maricopa County, revealing that Maricopa used artificial intelligence to verify ballot envelope signatures in violation of Arizona statutory law. Maricopa County’s illegal and fraudulent signature verification diluted the voting strength and disenfranchised all other counties in the state.
The Gateway Pundit recently reported that on December 15, the Mohave County Board of Supervisors was scheduled to discuss possible litigation against Maricopa County for stealing the 2022 election from the people of Arizona.
However, we reported on Thursday that the meeting was canceled because the lawsuit wasn’t ready in time.
Mohave County Chairman Ron Gould told The Gateway Pundit that he plans to reschedule the hearing to discuss litigation against Maricopa County once the lawsuit is ready to file. “We’re not done. We’re just in a holding pattern waiting on the attorney,” said Gould
Gould continued, “The attorney that was working on it was working on some other lawsuits also. I originally thought that our’s was subject to the five-day limit on challenges, but it’s not really a challenge to the ballot. It’s a challenge to Maricopa that we’re hoping goes directly to the state Supreme Court since it would be County versus County.”
Gould expects this lawsuit to go directly to the Arizona Supreme Court instead of a County Superior Court to prevent potential conflicts of interest or bias.
This is a developing story.