BREAKING: Kari Lake Gets Huge Victory in Election Lawsuit

by J Pelkey
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The Arizona Supreme Court issued a new order on Wednesday, sending an essential portion of Kari Lake’s Election lawsuit back to the trial court for further review.

On six of the seven counts, the court ruled there were insufficient grounds to overrule the decisions made in trial courts.

“IT IS ORDERED denying review of issues one through five and seven. The Court of Appeals aptly resolved these issues, most of which were the subject of evidentiary proceedings in the trial court, and Petitioner’s challenges on these grounds are insufficient to warrant the requested relief under Arizona or federal law,” states the order.

But the one matter that was sent back to trial court is huge, despite the liberal mainstream media’s attempt to downplay it.

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In the ruling, the state Supreme Court found that the lower trial court erred in dismissing a challenge to signature verification procedures in Maricopa County.

“The county and appeals courts interpreted Lake’s signature-related challenge as applying to the policies themselves, not how the policies were applied in 2022, and dismissed her claim based on grounds that she filed her legal challenge too late,” the Arizona Republic noted.

“But that was an error, the Supreme Court said, noting, ‘Lake could not have brought this challenge before the election.’”

“IT IS FURTHER ORDERED granting review of issue number six to the extent count three of the complaint challenges the Maricopa County Recorder’s application of signature-verification policies during the election. Issue number six asks, “Did the panel err in dismissing the signature-verification claim on laches[,] mischaracterizing Lake’s claim as a challenge to existing signature verification policies, when Lake in fact alleged that Maricopa failed to follow these policies during the 2022 general election?”

Kari Lake hinted at the “big news” on Twitter earlier Wednesday evening:

Kari Lake War Room released a tweet saying, “stand by for a statement” and embedded a Trump gif:

Caroline Wren, who ran Kari Lake’s campaign for Arizona governor, joined Steve Bannon on the War Room on Thursday morning, and described the importance of the court’s ruling.


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