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Leaked Maricopa County Email Reveals Stunning Ballot Disparity

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Arizona has formally certified the 2022 election, with one elected official claiming he was forced to vote to certify under duress, a growing number of residents demanding more transparency after feeling disenfranchised, and a lawsuit against the Democrat Secretary of State and other election officials proceeding to trial.

As a result, the Democrat’s’margin of victory’ in the Governor’s race is in risk, and election authorities appear to be extremely corrupt, as additional facts emerge from stolen emails indicating that there is a significant ballot total disparity in the state and that officials are aware of the issues.

“The ‘election officials’ in Maricopa County have, by now, become a national embarrassment,” one independent journalist reported for We Love Trump news site.

“A leaked email thread, which you can read by scrolling down to page 9 of this document, indicates that election officials in Arizona’s most populous county had a disparity of around 16,000 votes,” Noah, our friend from WLT reported, adding:

Kari Lake v Hobbs had a difference of roughly 17,000 votes…

On election day, it was reported that multiple election problems rocked the county, and since then, Kari Lake has filed numerous lawsuits against the county.

A court recently ordered both Lake and Hobbs to attend a hearing and approved Lake’s request to analyze the votes.

This most recent leak augurs favorably for Lake’s continuing litigation:

“This. Is. Unacceptable. Internal communications between top election officials in Arizona’s Maricopa County reveal that they struggled to reconcile a discrepancy of almost 16,000 in outstanding ballot totals,” J. Hogan Gidley (@JHoganGidley) posted on Twitter on December 19, 2022.

“Internal communications between top election officials in Arizona’s Maricopa County in the immediate aftermath of Election Day reveal that they struggled to reconcile a discrepancy of almost 16,000 in outstanding ballot totals.” Bent Kailey (@UltraMAGAtron) posted on Twitter on December 19, 2022.

Just The News confirmed:

“Unable to currently reconcile SOS listing with our estimates from yesterday,” Richer wrote, showing that Maricopa County estimated having 392,000 ballots left to be counted, while the secretary of state’s website said there were 407,664 ballots left.“So there’s a 15,000 difference somewhere,” Richer said, although the discrepancy cited was closer to 16,000.

By the publishing deadline, the recorder’s office had not provided comment on the ballot discrepancy.

More on this story via The Republic Brief:

“Arizona Senator Files Lawsuit, Seeks To ‘Nullify The Results’ Of Maricopa County’s Election… According to Maricopa officials, some 70 of the 223 county voting centers on Nov. 8 had issues and claimed that about 16,000 ballots couldn’t be placed in tabulating machines. They told voters at the time to place their ballots in dropboxes instead… What a complete and utter joke! The fox guarding the hen house. If the tables were turned, DEMONRATS would be SCREAMING about fraud and demanding a recount! But, because lying, Hobbs was, ” AnnieBElder (@AnnieBElder1) posted on Twitter on December 16, 2022. CONTINUE READING…

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