Election day in Maricopa County, Arizona, was an unbelievable day. More than 25-30 percent of the county's ballot tabulators were broken. Lines were so long that two Republican organizations requested a 3-hour extension for voting centers, but a judge ruled against it.
Then, somehow, Democrat Katie Hobbs mysteriously came in with enough votes to allegedly defeat popular Republican candidate Kari Lake. Hobbs reportedly won the election despite not having a large following, campaigning or holding rallies, and refusing to debate Lake. To further confuse matters, Hobbs supposedly defeated Lake after getting more than 50 percent of the post-election ballots despite Democrats only carrying 17% of the turnout on election day.
Now, after being served with a subpoena with a deadline for their election records to be handed over by Monday morning at 9:30, the Maricopa County Election officials have changed their previously planned 9:30 a.m. meeting to 8:00 a.m. unexpectedly. The Maricopa County election day story is quickly shifting from unbelievable to a work of complete fiction.
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