Maricopa lawsuit reveals injection of 225,171 ‘inactive’ voters just before midterms

by WorldTribune Staff, December 2, 2022

A lawsuit filed in Maricopa County reveals what is described as a “steroid-like injection” of 225,171 “inactive” voters just before the Nov. 8 midterm election.

The lawsuit was filed on Nov. 29 by former Arizona congressional candidate Josh Barnett against Arizona Secretary of State Katie Hobbs and the Maricopa County Board of Supervisors requesting that the 2022 midterm election results be “annulled.”

Liz Harrington, a spokeswoman for former President Donald Trump, tweeted:

“This allowed for: An inflated turnout rate. Headaches for those deemed ‘inactive’ at the polls. Possibility of throwing out votes if the arcane Election Procedures Manual, written by Katie Hobbs, was not followed by poll workers who were not trained on inactive voters.”

Barnett’s lawsuit, Harrington added, ”also shows how Arizona’s Election law was broken regarding malfunctioning machines: “There is no option in the statute which allows the machines to continue in use when they are obviously failing to read ballots. But that didn’t happen at many of the 223 locations…”

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