Activists in Arizona have spearheaded a campaign for demands for a “fair and free election” that, they say, is already beginning a national movement to counter election fraud.
Spurred on by the projection that Arizona Secretary of State Katie Hobbs (D) has defeated Republican Kari Lake, Joe Oltmann, founder of FEC United, Lance Migliaccio, host of The Big Mig, and David Clements, a New Mexico State University professor and one of the leading advocates for election audits and against vaccine mandates, laid out for their listeners the demands that start with a new election on December 6, Gateway Pundit reported.
Oltmann summarized what is taking place with the Arizona citizens’ demands and how he expects voters across America will join with them:
This is Arizona citizens demand[ing] election officials agree to these terms by close of business on Thursday, November 17 2022. If these demands for a new election are refused, Arizona citizens, joined by American citizens from across the country, will peacefully descend on Arizona until a new election is conducted. Elections belong to the people – conduct a hashtag real midterm, now.
“I think what they’re saying is really simple,” Oltmann said. “They’re gonna shut it down. And we’re gonna have the barbecues out there in the highways and the byways. And we’re going to have truckers across the country that are standing up saying, ‘Yes, we will join in on that. We will bring in supplies.’”
“[C]oncerns are arising over the tabulation procedures,” The Arizona Sun Times also reported Wednesday. “Some of the most Republican-dominant batches of ballots were not counted until the very end, sparking accusations that the order of counting was deliberately manipulated.”
“The officials in Maricopa County are actively obstructing the will of Arizona voters,” the Arizona activists’ demands state. “Between the ballot stuffing via ‘Drawer Three,’ the 30% voting machine failures on Election Day, and unexplained extended ballot counting, the election in Arizona cannot be trusted.”
“Demands for Remedy” include:
- A Special Master assigned to oversee Arizona elections, removing Katie Hobbs, Bill Gates, and Steven Richer from election oversight.
- Conduct a new election in Arizona on December 6, 2022:
- In-person voting.
- Paper ballots.
- Identification required.
- Precinct level hand counting of ballots on December 6, 2022.
- Ballots counted at the precinct to be sealed & transported by the county sheriff to a secure location.
- Complete election process transparency.
— Wendy Rogers (@WendyRogersAZ) November 15, 2022
Numerous Americans throughout the country say the results of the Arizona elections are, at best, dubious.
Democracy is worth the wait.
Thank you, Arizona.
I am so honored and so proud to be your next Governor. pic.twitter.com/O6ZFSHbIBe
— Katie Hobbs (@katiehobbs) November 15, 2022
Arizonans know BS when they see it.
— Kari Lake (@KariLake) November 15, 2022
Something is very wrong in Arizona.
It makes no mathematical sense that the GOP State Treasurer won reelection by a quarter million votes but Kari Lake and Abe Hamadeh are still behind. pic.twitter.com/ayoxFUSDbl
— John Cardillo (@johncardillo) November 14, 2022
A Republican won the Arizona Treasurer’s race — most votes in Arizona history — but Republican Kari Lake loses for Governor?
— 🇺🇸ProudArmyBrat (@leslibless) November 15, 2022
Maricopa County is now the laughingstock of the world.
But don’t give up on them.
Election officials in Maricopa need to be sued into oblivion for disenfranchising so many Kari Lake supporters.
Redo the election without Katie Hobbs counting the votes.
— Paul A. Szypula 🇺🇸 (@Bubblebathgirl) November 15, 2022
There is no way that Schweikert outperformed Kari Lake in CD1!
— Josh Barnett for Congress (AZ-01) (@BarnettforAZ) November 14, 2022
So Katie Hobbs NEVER campaigned, refused to debate and even had CNN tell her she was running a horrible campaign beat Kari Lake?
This is what it is now?
— Lavern Spicer 🇺🇸 (@lavern_spicer) November 15, 2022
Former President Donald Trump also called for a new election in Arizona.
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