Maricopa County Certifies Election After Irate Poll Workers And Citizens Testify Of Vote Suppression

( Exclusive) – After a rather passionate testimony from poll workers and voters who were allowed to express their anger and frustration, the Maricopa County Board of Supervisors has voted unanimously to move forward and certify an election canvass ahead of a state deadline. The decision was reached on Monday.

According to WND, GOP gubernatorial candidate Kari Lake, who “lost” to current Secretary of State Katie Hobbs by less than 18,000 votes, has come out and stated numerous times that voting tabulator and printing malfunctions combined to suppress the vote on the day of the midterm election, which is when the vast majority of the individuals who supported her bid for office planned on casting their ballots.

“During the public testimony, a poll observer said that at 7 p.m. on Election Day, when the polls closed, there were 675 people waiting in line at his voting location. Only 150 of those people ended up voting, he said,” WND reporter Art Moore wrote.

“Charlie Kirk, founder of the conservative Turning Point USA, said via Twitter that based on the testimony Monday, ‘it’s very safe to assume’ that among 223 polling centers in the county, 200 people per polling center were disenfranchised, a total of 44,600 votes were not. Among those votes about 70% likely voted Republican,” Moore continued.

Another poll worker provided testimony stating that a vote tabulation machine that was found to not be working properly the night before the election during a test run was still used the following day. Now this right here is very suspicious. Why in the world would this machine still be used if folks knew that it was malfunctioning? It’s almost like someone was purposefully attempting to sabotage the whole thing.

Janelle Weaver from Goodyear, Arizona stated that she was volunteering at a poll center located at Valley Baptist Church in Tonopah, which is in the western part of Phoenix, beginning around 5:40 a.m. on the day of the election.

“From the start, both tabulators were not working,” she shared.

“One machine had failed the test the night before, and the other was found to be in order, but it was not working on Election Day morning, she said she was told by poll workers,” Moore added in the article.

Weaver then revealed that Maricopa County had vowed to supply a replacement tabulator “first thing in the morning,” however, “by the time I left at 1:40, there was not a second tabulator that was working.”

Then, by around 7:17 a.m. on Election Day, Weaver said that one of the machines was working, however it was only processing one out of every five ballots. There’s just no way this kind of thing should be happening for a second time in Maricopa County. This many issues reveals that the people in charge of elections in the area are either completely and totally incompetent or hellbent on destroying the very foundation of our republic by tainting the election system with the use of faulty technology.

“A woman from Goodyear, Arizona, who said she was an election marshal at the Estrella Foothills polling station, testified that the tabulators didn’t even work on their training day,” Moore’s report stated.

She said that on the day of the midterms they got “misreads” on ballots “for the whole entire day.”

“We are living in perilous times. This is a battle of good and evil. You can sit as lords over us – and I hope that anybody that’s running for a position in politics can, would get it through their heads, that when they are elected, they are not gods over us. They are elected as servants to us, we the people,” she said.

She then issued a warning saying, “there will come a day when you will sit before a higher judge, you will sit before a higher judge and you will be held accountable for your role in what’s been going on, for the deception and mocking God with calling evil good and good evil.”

Toward the end of the meeting, Maricopa County Recorder Stephen Richer insisted that no voters were disenfranchised.

“These conversations need to focus on real issues. We can spend the next two years as we’ve spent the last two, fighting over conspiracy theories promoted on social media by people who know nothing about —” he went on to say before a wave of boos cut his comments short.

Bill Gates — no, not that one — who serves as the Board Chairman, went on to acknowledge machine malfunctions, making a vow to conduct an “even deeper dive” to repair the problems folks suffered during the midterms.

“Let me be abundantly clear: There has never been a perfect election, and this was not a perfect election,” he remarked. “There were issues, but we were transparent about that.”

“While the deadline for certifying the election is Monday, the Cochise County Board of Supervisors in Arizona voted 2-1 to delay certification of their results. The county has demanded the state prove that voter tabulation machines were certified for accuracy,” WND said.

Lake posted an update video concerning her campaign’s fight against the incompetence and voter shenanigans that went down on Election Day.

Here are a few tweets featuring the testimonies of other poll workers:

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