Kari Lake, Arizona’s Republican gubernatorial candidate joined Steve Bannon and Alex Jones on the War Room, to discuss the latest updates in her voter fraud case.
“We have the perfect case to show what a joke our elections are! We won’t stop fighting this. We just won’t. They dragged us to hell and we are standing up and fighting back,” Lake stated.
As we already reported, Kari Lake’s trial is scheduled to resume on May 17, 18, and 19.
On Tuesday morning, Kari Lake told Steve Bannon about her team’s possession of three whistleblowers who are prepared to testify that more than 130,000 ballot signatures did not pass signature verification, yet election officials didn’t hesitate to include them in the final count.
“My team and I, we’ve identified three whistleblowers who were intimately involved in the signature verification process in Maricopa County,” Lake said.
“They speak of how they were rejecting tens of thousands of signatures up to the tune of maybe 130,000 ballots. And then somewhere above them, in the chain of command, they were just being sent on through. Those ballots were being sent through anyway. And you should see some of these signatures. It’s like a chicken scratch scrawls. It’s an absolute joke. Doesn’t even match the voter’s signature. It’s a willful violation of the law,” she continued.
“And we’re not going to sit here and take it anymore. So we’re going to prove this. These mismatched signatures, they were added to the final count. They should have been tossed out completely,” she added.
“Our whistleblowers, Steve, are going to be exposing the process. For what it’s worth and what it is, it’s a complete sham. It’s a lie. It’s Maricopa County’s way of injecting hundreds of thousands of bad ballots into the system. And we’re confident that the number of fraudulent ballots exceeds the 17,000 margin separating myself and Katie Hobbes in their count of the election,” Lake concluded.