Mohave County Cancels Meeting to Discuss Litigation Against Maricopa County Following Fraudulent Election
The Mohave County Board of Supervisors has canceled a special meeting where they were set to discuss legal action against Maricopa County for disenfranchising Arizona’s voters.
On November 8, 2022, at least 50% of the tabulators or printers were not operating on Election Day in Maricopa County.
Republicans waited 4 hours in the Arizona sun to vote in Maricopa county. Thousands were told they could vote at a different precinct after they signed in, which they couldn’t. And tens of thousands were told to dump their ballot into a bin that would be counted later.
Following Election Day, Democrat candidates won more than 50% of the votes despite only recording 17% of the turnout on Election Day. How is this possible?
Whistleblower testimony in Kari Lake’s historic lawsuit reveals that Maricopa County deliberately planned this in-person voting disaster, where printers and tabulators failed at more than 59% of the 223 vote centers on Election Day. Voters on Election Day turned out for Kari Lake and Republican candidates by a ratio of about 3:1. This caused massive voter disenfranchisement for the 60% of Arizona’s voters who live in Maricopa County.
On Monday, Arizona State Senator Sonny Borrelli filed another lawsuit in Mohave County against Maricopa County, revealing that Maricopa used artificial intelligence to verify ballot envelope signatures in violation of Arizona statutory law. Maricopa County’s illegal and fraudulent signature verification diluted the voting strength and disenfranchised all other counties in the state.
EXCLUSIVE: AZ State Sen. Sonny Borrelli Lawsuit Against Maricopa County Includes Evidence Maricopa Performed Illegal Voter Signature Verifications – FILING AND SHOCKING EXHIBITS INCLUDED
It was also revealed in Kari Lake’s lawsuit that tens if not HUNDREDS of thousands of mail-in ballots with mismatched signatures were illegally counted in violation of Arizona law.
Mohave County certified the fraudulent election under duress after corrupt Katie Hobbs, who oversaw the disaster of an election as Secretary of State, threatened to jail the County Supervisors.
The Gateway Pundit recently reported that on December 15 that the Mohave County Board of Supervisors would discuss possible litigation against Maricopa County for stealing the 2022 election from the people of Arizona.
However, a new report reveals that today’s meeting was canceled because the lawsuit wasn’t ready in time.
The Miner reported,
KINGMAN – Mohave County Board of Supervisors canceled their special meeting to discuss possible litigation against Maricopa County and the Secretary of State for issues related to the Nov. 8 General election.
According to the agenda, the item was brought forward by Chairman Ron Gould of District 5 to receive legal advice for potential litigation. The meeting had been scheduled for Thursday, Dec. 15.
Gould told The Miner that the attorney did not have the lawsuit put together in time for the Thursday meeting. It is unclear if the meeting will be rescheduled.
Hopefully, these brave County Supervisors will reschedule the meeting and take legal action against the corrupt certification of this election.
The Gateway Pundit will have more on the election contest lawsuits and the status of Mohave County.
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