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Corrupt Arizona Judge Refuses to Allow Kari Lake to Review Signatures on Mail-in Ballots in Her Election

Arizona criminals in charge are scared to death that ballot envelope signatures from the 2020 and 2022 election will be reviewed and found totally corrupt. 

In a real world, where there is no crimes and limitless transparency, citizens are allowed to review the results of their elections.

Election processes are built for clarity, transparency and fairness.

This is not the case with elections in Arizona.  The corrupt actors running the election process, the politicians, and the courts all are protecting the fraudulent election results in the state and the groups that benefit most are are the drug cartels, child smugglers and China.

A corrupt Arizona judge refused to allow Kari Lake the ability to examine signatures in her last election.

Maricopa County Superior Court Judge John Hannah Jr. denied Kari Lake’s request to inspect 1.3 million signed ballot envelopes from early voters on Thursday, marking another setback for the defeated Arizona Republican gubernatorial candidate in her third legal battle related to the previous year’s election.

Hannah expressed concerns that granting such access would compromise the integrity of future elections’ ballot verification processes.

“The broad right of electoral participation outweighs the narrow interests of those who would continue to pick at the machinery of democracy,” Hannah wrote.

Bryan Blehm, representing Lake, did not immediately respond to requests for comment. Lake, meanwhile, has refrained from directly commenting on the ruling, instead choosing to share supportive messages on social media platforms.

During the two-day bench trial, much of the time was devoted to hearing from Maricopa County Recorder Stephen Richer, a defendant in the case. Richer explained that Lake’s request to view the envelopes was denied due to state laws mandating the confidentiality of ballot envelope signatures.

“We can’t release this, which is why we’ve said no to this plaintiff and others as well. It’s not discriminatory,” Richer said.

Richer also warned of the potential negative consequences of releasing ballot affidavit envelopes, such as deterring voters from participating or not signing their ballots. Blehm countered by arguing that other publicly available documents contain signatures, suggesting that signatures are already publicly accessible.

Hannah likened Lake’s efforts to inspect the envelopes to a futile attempt to dissect the electoral process. He suggested that even if Lake did not find what she was looking for, the act of examining the process could bolster public confidence in its reliability.

“If only she could cut open the electoral process and examine each of its 1.3 million pieces, she says, she would be able to figure out what happened and show that the prize has been there waiting for her all along,” Hannah said. “Even if she doesn’t find what she’s looking for … the act of disassembly will strengthen everyone’s confidence that the machinery produces reliable outcomes.”

Richer claims to be a Republican while at the same time working to steal elections from conservatives.

The Arizona elections never should have been certified.  If they continue at this pace, they new should be. 

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