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Kari Lake Plans To Take Case to Supreme Court, Here Are The Details

In a recent press conference in the state of Arizona, Kari Lake announced she will be taking her election fraud case all the way to the Supreme Court of the United States.

Lake’s announcement to appeal to the Supreme Court came after Maricopa County Superior Court Judge Peter Thompson refuted Kari Lake’s claims that improper signatures negatively impacted the result of Arizona’s governor’s race.

Lake was able to prove in court that Maricopa County officials “verified  roughly 70,000 signatures in two seconds and approved 264,000 ballots in less than three seconds. ”

Despite having evidence her case was turned down by Judge Thompson and now the only place to go now is the Supreme Court!

Watch the moment she made her announcement here:

Of course the case still has to be accepted by the Supreme court in a form of a writ of certiorari but her determination shows she’s not throwing up the white flag yet.

Here’s what Newsweek reported:

Arizona gubernatorial candidate Kari Lake on Tuesday announced her intention to keep pushing her election case toward the U.S. Supreme Court after suffering a major loss in court.

Lake made the announcement after a judge ruled that her legal team did not have sufficient evidence to prove that ballot workers did not sufficiently conduct signature matching on ballots.

Previously a veteran news anchor in the Phoenix area, Lake won the GOP nomination for governor but came up short against Democrat Katie Hobbs in a tight race in November, losing by about 17,000 votes.

Lake also announced she will launch the “LARGEST and MOST EXTENSIVE ballot chasing operation in Arizona history.”


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