Kari Lake remains committed to her election integrity fight, saying she would even take it to the United States Supreme Court if necessary, according to a recent interview with The Gateway Pundit.
The Arizona gubernatorial candidate described her battle contesting the election results of the state’s 2022 midterms.
The same Gateway Pundit report noted that 59 percent of voting machines failed on Election Day and the majority of Republicans believe that this was potentially due to voter suppression. Nearly half of Independent voters also agree.
The Arizona Supreme Court held a closed-door conference to determine whether or not to hear oral arguments regarding Kari Lake’s legal battle concerning the results of the election, Tuesday. This led Lake to hold a prayer rally.
Hundreds of supporters showed up, leading Lake to tweet about her gratitude.
Her interview, held directly after the event, detailed how prayer rallies are “more powerful than a protest.”
She then went on to state, “We have proof that laws were broken left and right, and that Election Day was sabotaged to hurt Republican voters. We have proved that, and unfortunately, a lower court Judge ruled against us.; he ruled against the people. And if the Arizona Supreme Court does not take this case up and give us the ruling and apply the law, then in effect they’ll be telling election officials in towns and cities and across our state that election laws are just suggestions.”
Lake said, “if that includes having to push this to the Supreme Court, we’ll find a way to do that,” The Gateway Pundit reported.
The Kari Lake War Room also posted her recent interview with Joe Pags, where she asserted her case that, “It was 60% of the voting centers on Election Day and it was almost all Republican areas. The machines didn’t work!”
The Arizona Supreme Court decision is highly anticipated as Lake prepares to take her case as far as possible.