Kari Lake told Steve Bannon on his War Room podcast that at least 99 Maricopa signature validators could work from home alone, without supervision.
The Kari Lake election integrity trial finished on Friday after the Lake team discussed their case against evaluation procedures in the election in Maricopa County, Arizona.
“When you do a signature verification, you got to compare signatures. You can’t do that by just hitting one button. You have to scroll up. And they’re not doing that to the tune of more than a quarter of a million ballots that they just threw in and counted,” Lake said.
“Apparently, we’ve got the Usain Bolt of signature verifiers sitting there in Maricopa County just speed demeaning through it. And then another interesting thing that we… We use their own evidence to show that they are approving ballots in 0 seconds,” Lake added.
“I mean, it takes a full second to load an image. It takes a full second, and they had people approving these in 2 seconds. This is crazy.”
“This is all a show to make the voters in Arizona think that we have really tightly run elections when in fact they are a complete sham.”
“We found out that 99 people, Steve, were approved to approve signatures behind closed doors, including people like Bill Gates and Stephen Richard. They could be sitting at home in their underwear approving ballots with no observation,” Lake said.
“So they have this behind-the-scenes squad with no observers, nobody watching. And then they sent home the signature verifiers early during the election when during the primary, they were working double shifts trying to get through all of the signature verification during the main election, the general election,” she continued.
“These signature verifiers thought it was really interesting that they were sending them home early when there were literally hundreds of thousands of ballots and mail ballots to go through, and yet they were going home early,” Lake added.
“And maybe that’s when the back room squad moved in and started doing their pecking on the keyboard. And this is outrageous.”
In the light of the new information Kari Lake has given about the signature validators, it is now up to the Arizona judge now to determine if the election was free and fair.