Nothing To See Here! Citizen in Maricopa County Reportedly Sent Two Ballots With Her Name on Them


For years, the media has screamed that there was no election interference in 2020.

“It’s all a far-right conspiracy,” they yell at every opportunity.

“Nothing to see here.”

This is of course despite evidence to the contrary.

But it doesn’t stop MSM from furthering the narrative that all elections, past, present, and future, are conducted with the utmost integrity.

With this in mind, it has been recently reported by a concerned citizen in Maricopa County, which contains about 60% of Arizona’s voting population, that they received two ballots with their name on them.

So what’s it going to be?

A media stating there may be something to investigate here?

Or perhaps more “nothing to see here.”

Ah, they noted the error.

Nothing to see here, go back to bed America!

Curious, did this “error” occur for any other individuals?

Are they going to “note the error” in those cases as well?

Some think this may not be the case.

The Gateway Pundit reported last year on Maricopa County election fraud:

The Gateway Pundit previously reported that Maricopa County denied Kari Lake’s legal team access to voter signatures from 2022 and prior, claiming this was “in the best interest of the state.” Lake is still undergoing a special action lawsuit against Maricopa County for this evidence.

Maricopa County also denied lawful public records requests from Arizona State Senator Wendy Rogers in her capacity as Chairwoman of the Arizona Senate Elections Committee and We The People AZ Alliance to inspect the mail-in ballot signatures.

Maricopa County’s election officials must have forgotten how the law works. The Gateway Pundit correspondent Jordan Conradson was notified when he first went in to inspect ballot affidavit envelopes on May 25 that it was “the first time in living memory” that a member of the media had used the exemption provided in A.R.S. 16-168(F) to inspect and reproduce voter signature records.

Maricopa County recently provided The Gateway Pundit with duplicated voter signature records from the 2022 election and prior through a public records request.

As The Gateway Pundit reported, the obedient mainstream media in Maricopa County called for The Gateway Pundit correspondent Jordan Conradson’s indictment over a tweet exposing Maricopa County’s mail-in ballot signature verification. No law was violated, and we paid for the public records from Maricopa County, but they don’t care.

The Gateway Pundit introduced their report about Maricopa County’s current ploy with this:

Also, as seen in the 2022 general election, voting machine and printer failures at 60% of voting locations disenfranchised Republican in-person voters who turned out at a ratio of 3:1 to vote for Trump-Endorsed candidates Kari Lake and Abe Hamadeh. Kari Lake’s attorneys argued that these were intentional errors caused by malfeasance and falsely certified logic and accuracy testing prior to election day.

Thousands of in-person provisional ballots across the state were also not counted due to wrongfully canceled voter registrations without the voters’ knowledge.

This is why the County decided to unconstitutionally exclude The Gateway Pundit correspondent Jordan Conradson from election-related press conferences before, during, and after the sham 2022 general election, where 60% of voting machines across Maricopa failed on election day, disenfranchising Republican in-person voters. Maricopa County hates transparency and cannot be trusted to run a clean election.

What do you think?

Can Maricopa County be trusted to conduct a fair election?


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