Witness in Kari Lake election trial in Arizona proves how her victory was STOLEN
By JD Heyes // Dec 26, 2022

A local elections official in Maricopa County, Ariz., essentially admitted that on-demand ballot printing machines were not set up to correctly print ballots that could then be properly read by automatic counters, while another witness testified that is how GOP gubernatorial candidate Kari Lake "lost" to Democratic Secretary of State Katie Hobbs last month.

In the first of many bombshells noted during the trial, the Kari Lake War Room tweeted that "48 of 113 ballots reviewed during our examination were 19-inch ballots produced on 20-inch paper." The tweet noted that this discrepancy caused chaos on Election day.

"AZ Co Elections Director - Scott Jarrett admits under oath ballot fit to print issue was known and is being investigated but Maricopa County never informed the public This would suggest Katie Hobbs certified an election with ongoing printer issue investigations," Turning Point USA host Drew Hernandez noted in a tweet containing a video clip of Jarrett making the admission.

It only got worse from there -- and more obvious that Lake was cheated out of her victory in a red state.

"KARI LAKE TRIAL: 25+ Year Cyber Security Expert and Certified Forensic Investigator testifies under oath that based on Maricopa Election officials admitting they used wrong sizes for Ballots on Election Day that it was the cause of vote center tabulator rejection," added Hernandez in another tweet containing a video clip.

Additional testimony from a Maricopa County election official confirmed the ballot printouts were the wrong size by a full inch.

Another user tweeted along with a video clip of a woman's ballot being repeatedly rejected by the tabulator machine.

Rejected ballots were then placed into a separate bin to be hand-counted later (and we know how that worked out in 2020 when Trump 'lost').

The Post Millennial reported:

Ballots reviewed in Wednesday’s examination of ballots cast in Maricopa county for November’s gubernatorial elections were not valid, according to Republican Candidate Kari Lake’s legal team. A tweet from the Lake War Room said that 48 of 113 ballots reviewed during the examination were "19-inch ballots produced on 20-inch paper."

"This one-inch discrepancy cause chaos on Election day. Causing the mass rejection of these votes as they were attempted to be read through the tabulators," the Kari Lake War Room wrote on Wednesday, as the former broadcaster’s legal team seeks to prove that election tampering took place, leading to the victory of her opponent Katie Hobbs.

And then this quick bombshell summary from attorney Robert Barnes: "1/ Officials misprinted the ballot causing mass delays on election day, which experts & legal witnesses testified cost Lake the election; 2/ Records required to certify chain of custody vanished, as unaccounted ballots cast election in doubt."

But will it be enough for the court to order at least a new election in Maricopa County? Lake herself is wondering, as are others.

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