Maricopa County just voted unanimously to certify the 2022 election results in a decision that is unfortunate for Kari Lake and Blake Masters, both of whom lost with razor thin margins in the midterm election.
Maricopa County’s decision comes despite the testimony of Maricopa election workers that there were certain problems with the vote counting equipment.
One, for example, claimed that his entire polling location was, on Election Day, rendered inoperable by equipment failures that had to be sorted out. Watch that here:
Poll Worker explains how his ENTIRE polling location was inoperable when they opened on Election Day.
This is getting very, very bad for Maricopa County. Very bad. Like, unbelievably bad. pic.twitter.com/Fsh83t6b26
— Colton Duncan (@duncan_colton) November 28, 2022
As you can hear in the video, he said:
Tom Bostick I am America County resident, I worked as a registration clerk at the Dice Art Community Center at 144 14, North El Mirage road on November 7, and eighth. On November 7, we had a few issues with the printers. But by the end of the day, we had everything functioning properly.
On the eighth, we arrived for our shift at 5:30am. When we started our equipment, check, none of the sight books would connect to the server, we couldn’t even access the time clock to punch in. These are the machines that don’t connect to the internet, but they wouldn’t connect to the internet. So we couldn’t, we couldn’t start our day.
Anyway, our troubleshooter was not on site and could not immediately be reached. So we called the county hotline, the hotline was unable to resolve our issues. So we asked for a T tech to be dispatched to our location.
Meanwhile, voters began to show up and we started explaining to them what was going on. By 6am. We had a small crowd 10 to 15 voters. And we had to tell them, we had no way of checking them in. They could either wait for the problem to be resolved or go to another polling location to vote. Most of them left. Eventually, our troubleshooter showed up but could not fix the problem. And he suggested that we continue to wait for the IT tech. While we were waiting more voters showed up and had to be given their options. At least 50 people were turned away in this process. The T tech eventually showed up and got the site books to communicate with the main server. So we were able to clock in for our shift, but there was still a communication issue with the printers. When we finally ran test prints and it looked like the issue was fixed. We announced that the polls were open and I checked in the first voter. It was now about 7am. The first voter was checked in but the printer immediately failed to print her ballot, we again started scrambling to figure out the problem and managed to get it resolved fairly quickly…
Another election day worker, a Maricopa County Election marshal, said that the machines weren’t working and skewered those who aren’t doing anything about it, as you can watch here:
As you can hear in the video, she said:
“With everything you’re hearing at the testimony, I know what I’m saying is probably just going to be dropped into bin #3. This election report is going right into bin #3. We are living in perilous times. This is a battle of good and evil. You can sit as lords over us. And I hope that anybody who’s running for a position in politics would get it through their heads that when they are elected they are not gods over us. They are elected as servants to us, We the People. And there will come a day when you sit before a higher judge. And you will be held accountable for your role in what’s been going on for the deception and mocking God with calling evil, good and good, evil.”
Despite that testimony and much more like it, the county unanimously voted to certify the election.