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  1. In my opinion, those challenging ballot handling, especially ballots counted by election workers and mass mailed off corrupt and bloated voter rolls need only present a Prima Facie case showing the mail ballot and ballot counting system is so flawed that election integrity is in question. Ballot rejections and adjudication of the mail ballot were way outside of federal election standards. The absentee mail ballot must be returned to 4% levels, or as close to that as possible . . . not 40% to 98% of the vote!

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  2. Kari Lake and all Maricopa County Republicans who were denied their In-Person vote and tabulation have standing.
    One, they were forced to relinquish their In-Person ballot to unknown and untrusted ‘election workers’ to be voted at the ballot company’s ‘secure’ site.
    Two, the Burden of Proof required by the Arizona court was Intent of Maricopa County to sabotage the Ballot-On-Demand printers in order to disenfranchise and redirect their ballots.
    Intent by itself is not a strict ‘element’ of a criminal violation. Intent, or mens rea, can be a valuable argument as a basis for proof, but it it can’t be the standard of proof as ‘state of mind’ is impossible to prove without leaked documentation ‘admitting’ they intended to defraud through sabotage.
    These people, and the Republican Party, have a case and standing to Petition SCOTUS to restore the Mail Ballot to a limited, by excuse only method of voting.
    The Mail Ballot should NOT be 40% to 98% of the vote . . . but 4% as it is an inferior ballot with a high level of fraud, terrible chain-of-custody, requires election workers to ‘vote’ your ballot (illegal), and has a high potential of Disenfranchisement of Qualified Citizen Voters.

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