Many political commentators are crying foul after it was confirmed that more Arizona voters pulled the lever for the state’s Republican candidate for treasurer, Kimberly Yee, than for the state’s Republican candidate for governor, Kari Lake.
The official vote tally from The New York Times shows that Yee received 1,371,123 votes, or 55.6 percent support among voters, compared to Democrat Martin Quezada who received 1,092,833 votes, or 44.4 percent voter support.
Lake, meanwhile, only received 1,252,548 votes, or 49.62 percent of the vote, compared to Democrat Katie Hobbs, whom we are told “won” with 1,271,821 votes, or 50.38 percent of the vote.
Based on these numbers, we are expected to believe that Lake received 118,755 fewer votes than Yee? How can this be when the governor race in Arizona was much more widely publicized and far more important than the treasurer race?
Are we also expected to believe that Hobbs won despite receiving 99,302 fewer votes than Yee? None of the numbers add up, and those paying attention are furious about it as they demand answers. (Related: Check out our earlier coverage about how many Arizona voters had trouble voting due to faulty ballots that they were not told could be replaced with new ones.)
Abe Hamadeh also being scammed by Democrats out of winning the attorney general seat in Arizona
There is simply no good reason why Arizona Republicans would turn out to vote for Yee but not for Lake. It is also highly unlikely that the “winner” of the governorship received fewer overall votes than the winner of the treasurer position, who is much less known.
“The anomaly was also taken as evidence the governor’s race was fixed, with many suggesting the real outcome of the race should have reflected the Treasury election’s results,” reported Infowars.
It is not yet clear if Lake plans to contest her race and demand an audit. She would surely be within her rights to demand such a thing in light of this very disturbing anomaly.
“So far, almost 115,000 more people voted for Yee for Treasurer but not Kari Lake for Governor,” tweeted Josh Barnett, who ran for Congress in Arizona’s 01 District. “Apparently, the Treasurer’s race was generating tons of excitement that I didn’t know about.”
“Proud Army Brat” also tweeted that there is “NO WAY!!!” a Republican won the treasurer position with more votes than the Republican candidate for governor who allegedly lost her race.
“Something is very wrong in Arizona,” added Josh Cardillo, a former radio and television host. “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.”
Hamadeh, by the way, is allegedly losing to Democrat Kris Mayes by just a few thousand votes. The race has not yet been called with an estimated 81,825 votes still remaining to be counted, according to NBC News.
On and on these types of messages flooded Twitter, which is no longer stamping them with “misinformation” labels ever since Elon Musk took the helm.
“Here is the difference,” wrote a Natural News commenter about what happens in response to election fraud in the United States versus election fraud in other countries.
“In Brazil, a million plus people take to the streets to protest their election. Here in the U.S.A., we yawn, and go back to the couch to watch the NFL! Do you really expect a different outcome?”
Another emphasized that most of the problems are once again occurring in Maricopa County (Phoenix), which is exactly where most of the problems occurred in the fraudulent 2020 election.
by: Ethan Huff
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