Posted BY: Bill | NwoReport

Kari Lake‘s lawsuit to overturn the rigged and stolen 2022 Gubernatorial Election in Maricopa County was dismissed today in the Arizona Court of Appeals, and she now plans to appeal to the Arizona Supreme Court.

The Gateway Pundit previously reported that Lake filed a ‘Motion for Transfer‘ in the Supreme Court on December 31, attempting to have her case expedited and bypass the Court of Appeals.

Lake argued that Katie Hobbs’ swearing-in ceremony on January 2 and the “electoral chaos” that targeted and disenfranchised Republican voters in Maricopa County on Election Day justify an immediate decision from the Arizona Supreme Court and a new election.

However, the Supreme Court of Arizona denied a transfer pending a decision from the Appeals Court.

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The order denied transfer “without prejudice to seeking expedited review of an adverse decision in either proceeding.”

The Court of Appeals gave the following opinion, affirming the trial court’s decision and denying Kari Lake’s requested relief.

The Court agreed with the burden of proof used in the Maricopa County Superior Court and opined that Kari Lake did not provide “clear and convincing evidence” of voter fraud.

Kari Lake’s election for Governor of Arizona was blatantly stolen right in our faces. The Gateway Pundit has reported extensively on the massive machine and printer failures that targeted Election Day voters, turning out for Kari Lake and Republicans 3:1. This issue occurred at nearly 60% of voting locations in the County. According to cybersecurity expert Clay Parikh, who testified in Kari Lake’s election trial, broken machines and printers on Election Day “could not arise absent intentional misconduct.”

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