The early data has come in from AZ and Gateway Pundit found these incredible (a.k.a. not-credible) bits of information.
The Treasurer got more GOP votes than Kari Lake. The senate race, had more votes than the governor. The superintendent of public instruction nearly beat the governor and they DID beat the secretary of state in total Republican votes- truly amazing. However, the congressional races rolled up (added together) beat the republican vote entirely. This is truly not typical. It’s not as bad as being over 23:1 for a single candidate but it is really telling that something untoward was going on.
Joshua has explained in detail that it is definitely not the images below as those are perfectly normal people simply voting several times, and taking cell photos of their work.
Actually, the reversal of importance indicates to me for the first time that machine manipulation may have been involved as something appears to have subtracted total votes on the republican side.
Much to some folks chagrin, I will again explain what is going on. The senate, being a critical race, was cheated by widespread fraud across the entire state of Arizona. Ballot drop boxes were stuffed with ballots from non-voters for the Democrat party. The governor race had the same situation. In addition, the voting day fiasco, where people waited for huge amounts of time to have their votes rejected looks very much intentional, even if it were not, it resulted in large amounts of conservative voter disenfranchisement.
The democrats NEED the senate- they lost this race in a fair vote but won the cheat. They also need the fraud discussion to remain the provenance of us tinfoil hat folks, so the legitimate governor (Kari Lake) who promised to uncover the truth, had to lose. The SOS, which controls elections also needed to lose. They didn’t really care about Treasurer or the Superintendent of Public Instruction so they didn’t work on those.
And so here we are, for the second time in my life, across numerous states, the Democrat fraud machine won the day and looks to escape the biased arm of our justice system.