Kari Lake Says “Buckle Up” For What’s Coming Next (horizonpost.com)

(HorizonPost.com) –  Last Thursday, the Arizona Court of Appeals ruled that losing Republican candidate Kari Lake does not have any evidence that could overturn the results of the state’s 2022 gubernatorial election.

In a unanimous decision, the three-judge panel of the appellate court said while Lake’s arguments highlight “difficulties” faced on election day, her petition for relief “fails” since the evidence she presented to the lower court supported the court’s conclusion that the difficulties did not prevent voters from casting their ballots or having their votes “counted correctly,” therefore, there was no justification for “setting aside the election results.”

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  1. Arizona is even more corrupt than we thought. The laws cannot be enforced because the top law enforcement in the state, the judiciary, and the complicit media are all bought and paid for….just like the Biden crime cartel…

  2. Turning to the courts has failed in every state where it was tried – we need other answers – They have successfully hijacked the voting system, the courts, the media – if Woody Harrelson can publicly finally voice what we have all been saying quietly then it is time to call out the names of all those we know who have cooperated with this nation’s take over and to point out publicly that Biden is illegitimate and running a crime syndicate to drain this nation of its money using Ukraine as the drainpipe. Will it take as in storming the Bastille to get the January 6 prisoners out and back home and when do we see the footage of what really happened January 6 so that too can be uncovered as the hysteria over Covid was uncovered. This take over of our nation has gone far enough – what group can be talked into dropping gaters in the Rio Grande – it would have to be continuous since the Border Patrol would shoot them as soon as they are spotted – so many issues and all to destroy the nation – it’s gotta stop before there is nothing left and not having an honest court system is big…

    • Now they are going to dump the toxic waste from Palestine Ohio into wells in Texas to pollute your groundwater. I hope Abbot says no, and stops the trucks or trains at the border. Send them to DC.

      On Arizona the recent testimony to their commission blew the fraud and criminals out of the water.

  3. And finally, quoting again from the article:

    “The Arizona Supreme Court previously rejected Lake’s attempt to bypass the Court of Appeals.

    In a tweet after the appellate court ruled against her, Lake reiterated that she already planned to take her case “all the way” to the state Supreme Court, adding, “Buckle up, America!””

  4. Quoting from the article:

    “Lake filed her appeal late last year after Maricopa County Judge Peter Thompson threw out her lawsuit contesting the outcome of the election.

    In his decision, Judge Thompson said Lake would have to prove that the Maricopa County printer malfunctions were caused by intentional misconduct and that there were sufficient “identifiable” votes lost to alter the outcome of the election. Judge Thompson determined that Lake failed to meet the intentional misconduct standard since every witness called at the trial “disclaimed any personal knowledge of misconduct.”

    The judge noted that the court couldn’t “accept speculation or conjecture” and concluded that without “clear and convincing evidence” of misconduct, Democrat Katie Hobbs’ victory stands.”

  5. Quoting again from the article:

    “In their appeal, lawyers for Lake argued that Judge Thompson was wrong to require Lake to provide clear and convincing evidence of intentional misconduct.

    However, in the unanimous appellate court ruling, written by Chief Judge Kent Cattani, the court found that Lake did have to provide a “competent mathematical basis” rather than “an untethered assertion of uncertainty” to conclude that the outcome of the election would have been “plausibly” different.”

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