Arizona’s third-world election processes are coming to a head this week as Yavapai County and Mohave County are set to certify their 2022 election results under alleged duress.
According to the Kari Lake War Room, the “entire Yavapai” Board of Supervisors, with a single exception, has reportedly “expressed a belief the election had serious errors, but were told by the County Attorney, Deputy Attorney, & County Administrator they MUST certify today or face Class 6 felony charges.”
Even worse, Ron Gould of the Mohave County Board of Supervisors stated during a special meeting on Monday that he found out that he had “no choice but to vote ‘Aye’ or I will be arrested and charged with a felony.”
He added, “I don’t think that that is what our Founders had in mind when they use the Democratic process to elect our leaders.”
Kari Lake, the Arizona GOP gubernatorial nominee, reacted on Twitter with a simple remark: “This doesn’t feel like America[.]”
This shocking news comes as embattled Maricopa County voted to certify their horrendously incompetent election results on Monday, flying in the face of millions of concerned and disenfranchised Arizona voters.
Charlie Kirk, the president of Turning Point USA, commented on Twitter, “Maricopa County just voted unanimously to certified one of the most egregious, botched elections in American history. Congratulations Maricopa, you have somehow managed to outdo yourself yet again.”
On Monday, testimony was brought forth to the Maricopa County Board of Supervisors preceding their vote to certify the election. Based on the information shared there, Kirk also remarked that at least 200 people per polling center were disenfranchised on Election Day. “…223 polling centers 44,600 votes not counted[.] 70% likely voted R[.] Kari Lake nets nearly 18k votes and wins with a normal Election Day.”
Incredibly, Kirk’s estimate was just for Maricopa County, highlighting the potentially overwhelming impact that disenfranchised voters and malfunctioning machines had on the will of the Arizonan population in this election.
Dubiously, acting Secretary of State of Arizona Katie Hobbs is also the supposed “winner” of the 2022 gubernatorial race. On Monday, she asked a judge to force Cochise County election officials to canvass the election, despite Cochise’s refusal in light of numerous reported election problems, per 12 News.