General Michale Flynn claims that Kari Lake (R) who ran against Katie Hobbs (D) in the 2022 Arizona Gubernatorial won by “hundreds of thousands of votes”. Flynn also claimed that the “horrific corruption” wasn’t only limited to Maricopa County, but to Pima County as well.
“Kari Lake won by hundreds of thousands of votes, I guarantee it if they actually look at it […] Kari Lake won by a large, large margin. It’s solely because of the horrific corruption, that’s not in one particular county, but it’s also in Pima county out there as well. So now the question really what you’re raising is when is somebody going to be held accountable because the level of frustration by the American people is at an all-time high.
Following the Arizona Gubernatorial election, several boards of election officials have also come forward as well as hundreds of poll witnesses to voice their concerns over election integrity. Some election officials in Arizona have gone as far as refusing to certify the election based on the fact that they did not feel the election was “free and fair”.
The office of Arizona Secretary of State Katie Hobbs, now the governor-elect, however, has threatened one of those counties, the Mohave County Board of Supervisors, with legal action and criminal referral unless they certified the 2022 vote in their county.
Two of the supervisors on the Mojave County board said they were voting to certify the election “under duress,” after being warned that they would “be arrested and charged with a felony” if they didn’t, according to the board chairman, Ron Gould.
While Mohave County’s own election was problem-free, the Board of Supervisors was concerned about the election issues in Maricopa County, said Gould.
“We believe that Mohave County voters were disenfranchised by the problems that they had in Maricopa County,” Gould said in an interview Wednesday on Real America’s Voice TV’s “The War Room.”
“Their mistakes are bigger than our entire county vote, and I think it’s disenfranchised the rural voters across the state, not to mention that it disenfranchises Maricopa County voters and Republican voters, in particular, who are more likely to cast their ballot at the poll” on Election Day, he said. “So any problems at the poll affect Republicans more than they would affect Democrats.”