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Maricopa County Judge Issues Order Setting Schedule For Kari Lake’s Signature Verification Fraud Challenge: March 30

Kari Lake will once again be heading to court in an effort to prove that the election was stolen, but she will not be allowed to bring up the machine failures that occurred in 59% of the districts, of which 92% were in deep red districts. The only thing she can bring up is the signature verification. Three whistleblowers claim that 130,000 ballots were not originally allowed until higher-ups demanded they be counted even though the signatures do not match.

The Arizona Supreme Court ASC) ruled that Judge Thompson erred when he refused to hear about the voter signature fraud. He will now have to allow it and then decide if that fraud could have swung the election illegitimately to corrupt Katie Hobbs. I somehow feel that Judge Thompson will reject Lake’s case even if she provides confessions from the ones who allowed the bogus votes to be counted. And who knows if the Arizona Supreme Court would listen to her evidence. Arizona’s free and fair elections are a thing of the past.

The Gateway Pundit reported on whistleblower affidavits in Lake’s lawsuit claiming that Maricopa County deliberately “permitted the counting of tens of thousands of mail-in and drop box ballots that did not satisfy signature verification requirements.” The 70-page lawsuit demanded “an opportunity to inspect Maricopa County ballots from the 2022 general election, including ballot signature envelopes and the corresponding signatures on file with Maricopa County, prior to trial.” 

The ASC ruled that Thompson erred in his ruling and that they must examine the ballot signature issue more closely. But, that order will not mean that Thompson will rule, honestly unless Lake writes a check bigger than the one that he might have gotten from Maricopa County assuming he did not rule according to his ideology rather than the law.

From The Gateway Pundit

Kari Lake released a statement on Wednesday in response to the Supreme Court’s decision, saying, “Three whistleblowers came forward with revelations of massive failures in the signature verification process.” She continued, “These whistleblowers were intimately involved in the process and they allege that Maricopa County WILLFULLY ignored law and procedure.”

Despite this good news, the Supreme Court still dismissed the counts regarding Maricopa County lacking chain of custody documentation for hundreds of thousands of ballots and programmed machine failures at 59% of voting locations on Election Day when voters turned out 3:1 for Kari Lake.

The election should be tossed out on the failed voting machines issue alone. Chain of Custody documentation is also required by law. How can the courts consider this a fair election?

Judge Thompson gave all parties until Tuesday, March 28, to file a memorandum of law “as a supplement to the previously filed Motions To Dismiss, Response and Reply.”

According to US Legal, “A ‘memorandum of law’ may be prepared by an attorney to support a legal argument, which is similar to a brief but with less attention to legal writing formalities. It contains legal arguments based upon the lawyer’s understanding of the law applicable to the issues and is often supported by citations to legal authority.”

He further ordered the parties to appear for oral argument on Thursday, March 30, at 9:00 am if he decides not to dismiss the lawsuit again.

 

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