by Jordan Conradson at thegatewaypundit.com
America First Legal (AFL), on behalf of Strong Communities Action and Eric Lovelis, has filed a lawsuit against Maricopa County over its failure “to administer elections lawfully and fairly” in the last two elections.
Maricopa County, which holds roughly 60% of the state’s voting population, is largely considered the bellwether county for Arizona elections.
The complaint seeks several forms of relief to force the County’s compliance with election laws, including those relating to signature verification, ballot chain of custody, voting machines, ballot printers, and racial equality, ahead of the 2024 election.
The Gateway Pundit has reported extensively on the stolen 2020 and 2022 elections in Arizona. In both elections, thousands of ballots with no chain of custody documentation or signature identity verification were seemingly added to the results out of nowhere.
As The Gateway Pundit exclusively reported, a review of mail-in ballot affidavit signatures, when compared to voter registration records, showed that roughly ten percent of mail-in ballots were likely fraudulent with voter identity theft. View the fraudulent mail-in ballot signatures here:
Similarly, election watchdog group We The People AZ Alliance, after an extensive review of hundreds of thousands of 2020 election mail-in ballots, discovered that 300,000 potentially fraudulent votes were not signature verified in accordance with the law.
Maricopa County denied Kari Lake’s legal team access to voter signatures from 2022 and prior, claiming it was “in the best interest of the state.”
As seen in the 2022 general election, voting machine and printer failures at 60% of voting locations disenfranchised Republican in-person voters who turned out at a ratio of 3:1 to vote for Trump-Endorsed candidates Kari Lake and Abe Hamadeh. Kari Lake’s attorneys argued that these were intentional errors caused by malfeasance and falsely certified logic and accuracy testing prior to election day.