AZ Republican Kari Lake’s recent legal hearing for her election challenge against Democrat Katie Hobbs, who mysteriously secured a 17,000-vote lead over Lake in November’s bizarre AZ election, has come under new and intense scrutiny as more details emerge about the testimony of one AZ election official, specifically, Scott Jarrett, who testified under oath- something that was quite damning to the state- and then came back the next day and brazenly changed his story in front of the judge.
Between the two-day hearing, Jarrett had a meeting that may have led him to modify the direction of his testimony, according to new information.
Jarrett is the election official for Maricopa County, Arizona, which Lake characterized as a main center of highly strange election failures on election day that cost her the governorship.
Maricopa County is the most populated and rapidly expanding county in Arizona. It is the largest of Arizona’s fifteen counties and the fourth-largest county in the nation. Approximately four and a half million people call Maricopa County home, more than half of the entire population of Arizona, according to government figures.
Jarrett’s county election was contested by Lake, who demanded a new vote. On Christmas night, the judge in that hearing refused Lake’s plea and sided with the state, who effectively argued that Jarrett and other elected officials had ‘done the best they could that day, but election workers were unprepared to deal with voters- voting on election day.’
The judge did not address the unusual way in which Jarrett had switched his statement in his courtroom regarding a fundamental point in the Lake case.
Since the weird elections of 2020, an independent reporter has been following the election integrity issue in Arizona and has published the most recent information, adding to the mounting proof that something very, very unusual is occurring in Arizona.
After the first day of the Lake v. Hobbs election trial, Jordan Conradson reported for the Gateway Pundit on their film of a discussion in the Maricopa County tabulation room between Maricopa County Elections Director Scott Jarrett and Defendants’ counsel.
“This meeting started at approximately 6:15 pm on December 21 and ended close to 9 pm,” Conradson reported, adding:
Footage of the nearly three-hour meeting was obtained from the Maricopa County Tabulation and Election Center (MCTEC) live cameras on the Recorder’s webpage.
Attorney Joseph La Rue appears to be sitting across from Scott Jarrett and coaching him on what to say when called to the stand the next day. It is unclear who the other individuals are.
This meeting at MCTEC occurred after Scott Jarrett potentially lied in court on December 21, stating he did not have a clue how 19-inch ballot images could be printed on a 20-inch paper.
The next day, Jarrett changed his testimony to state that he learned of a fit-to-paper issue “a few days after Election Day” that printed “a slightly smaller image of a 20-inch image on a 20-inch paper ballot.” CONTINUE READING…