SCOTUS Filing Contains Three ‘Bombshell’ Developments That Show How Elections Can Be Rigged – EVOL

The Supreme Court filing on the Arizona elections lawsuit contains a number of shocking developments.

Kari Lake and Mark Finchem, both Republicans, on Thursday filed the Supreme Court appeal to ban the state’s use of electronic voting machine tabulators.

Attorney Kurt Olsen, who is working on the Arizona lawsuit, broke down the three major developments that shed more light on Maricopa County’s election malfeasance.

In April 2022, prior to the midterm elections, the two plaintiffs initiated legal proceedings against Arizona state and county election officials in federal court alleging that the voting machines lacked reliability and thus should not be authorized for use.

“Plaintiffs have a constitutional and statutory right to have their ballots, and all ballots cast together with theirs, counted accurately and transparently, so that only legal votes determine the winners of each office contested in the Midterm Election,” the complaint said.

“Electronic voting machines cannot be deemed reliably secure and do not meet the constitutional and statutory mandates to guarantee a free and fair election,” Lake and Finchem argued.

Kari Lake was a gubernatorial candidate, while Mark Finchem was the nominee for secretary of state in the midterm elections. Lake, now a Senate candidate, lost the



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