Kari Lake says her litigation will be propelled by testimony of multiple whistleblowers
"We've had three whistleblowers from Maricopa County reach out and say the system is seriously flawed," Lake said.
Former Arizona GOP gubernatorial candidate Kari Lake says that they have multiple whistleblowers in a lawsuit recently filed regarding the recent 2022 election.
Lake announced on Friday that she had filed a lawsuit, alleging that the total number of illegal votes was greater than her opponent's margin of victory.
"We've had three whistleblowers from Maricopa County reach out and say the system is seriously flawed," Lake said on Monday's edition of the "Just the News, No Noise" TV show. "They were throwing out tens of thousands of signatures saying they were scribbles that in no way matched. But somewhere between there, the ballots were being completely tossed out and they got looped back into the system and counted as if they were fine."
In the filing, Lake asserts that "[t]he number of illegal votes cast in Arizona's general election on November 8, 2022 far exceeds the 17,117 vote margin."
"We believe that up to 135,000 ballots were pushed through that should not have been pushed through," Lake continued. "We're asking a judge to let us take a look at all of the envelopes and compare signatures, so that we can find out for sure how many bad, fraudulent ballots got through in that way, of basically cheating or breaking the rules."
According to Lake, another issue that occurred was mysterious ballots showing up and no one knew where they came from.
"Twenty-five thousand additional ballots and early voting ballots were discovered two days after Election Day and we don't know where they came from," Lake stated. "These are mysterious 25,000 ballots that just showed up. It shows the whole system has serious problems."