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Kari Lake and Mark Finchem Respond to Supreme Court Ruling Allowing Election Crimes to Continue

Kari Lake and Mark Finchem respond to the Supreme Court’s dismissal of their case. 

Despite rampant legal issues and breaches of the law identified in the Maricopa County 2020 and 2022 elections, there will be no justice.

Kari Lake and Mark Finchem had their elections stolen.  This is not shared without evidence.  US law demands that elections be performed according to the law.  When elections are not performed without crimes they cannot be certified.  Certifying election results based on breaches is a crime.

The evidence provided in the 2020 and 2022 elections in Arizona prove that the election results there never should have been certified.

Here is Lake’s and Finchem’s response:

April 22, 2024

We are obviously disappointed that the U.S. Supreme Court decided not to review the decisions of the Arizona district court and the Ninth Circuit, and order that our challenge to the 2022 election procedures be heard on the merits. Although the Supreme Court grants review in less than 1 percent of cases presented on petition, we believe we presented a case that called out to be reviewed, if the American People are to regain confidence in elections.

What made our case unusual was that it was after the Ninth Circuit affirmed the dismissal that we learned that the Arizona defendants falsely represented to the lower courts that Maricopa County complied with state law in several respects. Contrary to their representations to the lower courts, Maricopa County did not use software certified by the U.S. Election Assistance Commission (“EAC”), and that Maricopa County failed to conduct pre-election “logic and accuracy” testing on all its 400-plus vote center tabulators in accordance with Arizona law. In fact, Maricopa County has been using and continues to use software that has been secretly altered with respect to how ballots are read and tabulated. Since Maricopa County contains 62 percent of Arizona voters, what happens there dominates state-wide elections.

In addition, evidence has come to light showing that, in the 2020 election, Dominion Voting Systems, Inc., left the master cryptographic encryption keys unprotected on the election databases and in plain text on its systems used in at least five states — including Arizona. Doing so violated basic cyber security practices, Federal Information Processing Standards (“FIPS”), and EAC certification. With these cryptographic keys, anyone with access to these systems can manipulate election results without detection once they bypass the basic Windows log-in (easily done in less than five minutes with instructions available on the internet). Arizona election officials have yet to respond in court to these recent discoveries, continually trying to avoid any review of their actions.

The American people deserve facts, transparency, and truth in how elections are conducted in this Country. The Kari Lake and Mark Finchem case was dismissed based on a purported lack of standing to assert an injury. Therefore, the courts, even now, have not ruled on the merits of our case. We will continue to raise these issues especially in light of the upcoming 2024 election.

Lake v. Fontes, U.S. Supreme Court, No. 23-1021

Here is the letter in a pdf format:

Letter From Kari Lake and Mark Finchem by Joe Ho on Scribd

Emerald Robinson has this right:

Lara Logan agrees:


1 thought on “Kari Lake and Mark Finchem Respond to Supreme Court Ruling Allowing Election Crimes to Continue”

  1. The Supreme Court is CORRECT in this. As ELECTIONS are a STATE and not a Federal issue.
    Any laws broken in the State must be adjudicated by that state.
    The Kari Lake, et al., Petitioners v. Adrian Fontes, Arizona Secretary of State, et al. case was to ban voting machines. That is not a COURT issue. It is a LEGISLATIVE issue as State Legislatures make law regarding their elections. The Ban should come from the legislature, not the Courts. Ignorant, emotional people wasting time on idiotic lawsuits.


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