‘Not Possible’: 1000s of Signatures Approved in Seconds in Maricopa County
The evidence of voter fraud in Arizona from the disastrous 2022 election continues to come out, as Democrats and establishment Republicans alike continue to ignore it. The latest evidence exposes fraud related to signature verification on ballots.
2022 Republican gubernatorial candidate Kari Lake tweeted May 18:
“Our expert witness just testified thousands of signatures were approved at a rate of 99.87% in under two seconds in Maricopa County.
This is not humanly possible.
It's also not signature verification.
This is rubber stamping bad ballots to alter the outcome of our election.”
I reported in Dec. 2022 that “298,000 Early Votes Did Not Have The Proper Chain Of Custody” in Maricopa County, a violation of Arizona election law. Not long before that was revealed, a survey of Arizona election workers, volunteer attorneys, and poll watchers found that 84% of Maricopa County respondents were “not at all confident” about the outcomes of the election. Considering how massive and blatant the fraud was, both on Election Day and in the weeks following, that’s hardly surprising.
By the way, 225,171 “inactive” votes were injected “steroid-like” into Arizona’s election just before Nov. 8 as well, and counties reluctant to certify due to evidence of fraud were threatened or sued by the Democrat Secretary of State, Katie Hobbs, who just happened to be running for governor too. And so Republican Kari Lake, who was ahead of her Democrat opponent Katie Hobbs by 11 points going into the election, somehow “lost,” as did the other Republican candidates for various state offices.
It’s interesting that Katie Hobbs and other Arizona officials have been accused of taking bribes from criminal cartels. At this point, the cartels have more control over election results in Arizona than the state’s voters do.