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Maricopa County Claims Employee Was Removed After Video Shows Them Approving Signatures Without Looking: They Lied

Kari Lake’s attorney, Kurt Olsen played a video of a signature reviewer mindlessly approving signature verifications for every vote she handled. Maricopa County Attorney Tom Liddy and Election Director Rey Valenzuela allegedly lied to the court and said that the individual was removed from her job. Actually, she was bumped up a notch and was given the job of “curing” the ballots, which means she could take invalid votes and make it possible to add them to the vote count. She wasn’t removed, she was promoted.

That reviewer approved 27,000 votes or 10,000 more votes than Lake allegedly lost by. A new video once again shows her blindly approving what is thought to be another 5,600 signatures in about two hours. Other reviewers were throwing out 25% to 35% of the signatures they saw. But, superiors sent those back to the reviews with orders to approve them. Altogether it is estimated that 274,000 votes were approved at a rate of one every three seconds. That number is not realistic.

And, so what if they had actually fired the employee they claimed to have fired, but didn’t, she still approved 32,600 ballots many of which were invalid. The damage would have already been done. And why did Maricopa County not mention the superior that ordered that all of the rejected ballots be approved even though they failed signature verification? Funny that should not mention that person at all.

Here is the person they claimed they fired:

That was taken after she was supposedly fired.

From The Gateway Pundit

Liddy responded to this video, telling the Judge in his opening statement, that “if, in fact, the individual on the left was not doing his job and as you’ve heard from counsel in his opening that all 155 level one signature reviewers were being monitored by the supervisor, that individual would have been taken off the line. And, Your Honor, you’re going to hear that that individual was taken off the line.”

As seen in the tweet below, the reviewer, who was clicking his mouse like a woodpecker and not authenticating signatures, is seen again and appears to be curing ballots on November 15, the last day of signature verification. The timestamp on the photo below confirms this.

Not only was he not “taken off the line,” as Liddy claims, but he was also boosted from level one work to curing ballots!

Maricopa County Election Director Rey Valenzuela also testified under oath that “he was removed from the process of signature verification, reassigned from the process.” To be fair, Valenzuela also stated, “there’s a skill set that’s required to perform this function, and if you are not meeting those marks, then we’ll move you to another task, whatever that may be, curing as an example.”

However, the same individual was seen reviewing signatures as a level one employee as early as October 17, and he was seen verifying signatures until November 11, when everybody else was only curing ballots.

Who knows how many ballots he carelessly approved without comparison in the roughly one month he worked?

When asked by Kurt Olsen if they were performing level one signature verification “after November 11,” Jacqueline Onigkeit testified, “no, we actually started to cure the ballots.” The individual is seen in the same spot on November 11, curing ballots like the rest of the level one reviewers.

This is consistent with the image below, which shows all signature reviewers curing ballot signatures on November 11.






5 Responses

  1. Keri Lake is going all the way to the SCOTUS. Arizona’s political regime best get prepared for a shellacking. The next group of judges won’t be part of their fraud.

  2. Why is it that it’s proven that someone has been doing wrong and nothing is ever done about it. They know he wasn’t checking for singatures but did they take his work and give it to someone else to see if what he did was actually right and that the correct ballots were counted to which ever party the vote was for? Again, more proof and investigations on tax payers dime and nothing will come of it. I am so sick of our corrupt government!

  3. None of these people would need to be employed if we did away with mail in voting and there would be no question about election verification of signatures. Individual should only go to a precinct where they are allowed to vote, state their name and show a govt approved ID, handed a paper ballot they fill out with a black BALL POINT pen. It is simple election integrity that works very well.

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