https://civildeadline.com/epic-rnc-attorneys-quietly-monitored-maricopa-voting-centers-the-findings-are-insane/The 2022 midterm elections encountered issues with election integrity once again. Similar to the 2020 presidential election, too many issues occurred in crucial states. While several states successfully completed their election-related tasks, Arizona experienced significant difficulties yet again.
Many people think that at least two significant elections were rigged. One concerned a crucial U.S. Senate position. The other was the election for governor of Arizona. Maricopa County, Arizona, is the area that is most under scrutiny.
This is the same Arizona county where there was significant fraud during the 2020 presidential election. There are many who insist the state should not have gone to Joe Biden because of this. The same kinds of problems now seem to have propelled Katie Hobbs into the lead.
Republican challenger Kari Lake does not believe Hobbs will win. Lake feels strongly that when the dust settles and the obvious need for a hand recount is finished, she will be the new Arizona governor. The Republican National Committee apparently agrees.
Roving attorneys from the RNC are closely monitoring the ongoing process in Maricopa County. One attorney has already released a report. Attorney Mark Sonnenklar shared his initial report with The Western Journal.
Sonnenklar’s report addresses 10 roving attorneys out of 16 who responded to a survey he sent them. The survey covered 115 voting locations. There are 223 voting locations in Maricopa County.
Sonnenklar wrote, “72 of the 115 vote centers visited had material problems with the tabulators not being able to tabulate ballots. This caused voters to either deposit their ballots into box 3, spoil their ballots, and re-vote, or get frustrated and leave the voting center without voting.”
He said that in certain voting centers, the tabulators rejected the ballot 100 percent of the time on the first attempt. Other tabulators failed five times or more for individual voters. Some were unable to be counted at all.
Sonnenklar and others rightfully insist that this is unacceptable. There are some who believe the machines were set to malfunction on purpose. The vast majority of same-day voters are invariably Republicans.
If voting machines create enough chaos on Election Day, it will dramatically affect the final vote count for the Republican candidate. Sonnenklar said, “The printer/tabulator issues persisted from the beginning of election day until the end of election day.”
This means that there are serious questions concerning literally thousands of ballots. No one knows which ones were actually counted and which ones were not. The RNC watchdog attorneys think this was done on purpose.
What happened in Maricopa County on Election Day equates to voter suppression. The problems were exponentially worse in parts of Maricopa County that lean heavily Republican. This was a purposeful scheme to suppress and dilute the conservative vote.
Even Arizona residents like Matt Baker know something is very wrong. Baker told KUTP-TV, “You look into your own soul, and you look back at yourself in the mirror, and you realize that you are the cancer that is tearing this nation apart.”
In a state gubernatorial election that is separated by less than 20,000 votes, knowing the truth is critical. But the liberal leftist Katie Hobbs doesn’t want to know the truth. That’s why she refused to recuse herself from having authority over an election in which she was a candidate.
That, in and of itself, is unconscionable. Again, as in 2020, there were far too many problems with the elections. Things must change. Voters must feel that their vote counts. In places such as Maricopa County, Arizona, they do not. Those in charge need to be fired!
Here is the problem w/ what happened in Maricopa County on Election Day. This is Anthem, north of Phoenix at about 1:15 pm. Ruby red district of about 30K people. Only one polling location. Ballot tabulators not working in the morning. 2 hr wait to vote midday and still at 6 pm.